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Crashes are the #1 cause of death in the workplace and the #1 driver of insurance premiums today. This session will discuss how avoidable crashes have impacted the overall insurance marketplace, how insurance underwriters view your fleet risk and how best in class companies are managing their driving risks while utilizing technology to proactively coach driver behaviors.
Jeremy Cheek is the Manager of Federated’s Risk Management Resource Center. He manages Risk Consultants that work with their clients remotely across the country and oversees their risk management materials fulfillment department. Jeremy also presents in live events and webinars on risk management topics for Federated Insurance.
Jeremy started his career with Federated Insurance in October, 2013 as a Risk Consultant working in Lexington, KY. He relocated to Chicago, IL in 2014 where he served as a Risk Consultant and Senior Risk Consultant until November, 2019. He was then assigned his current leadership role at the Home Office in Owatonna, MN.
Jeremy has a graduate degree from Trinity International University where he learned the value of research, to read in multiple languages, and had the privilege of working on an archaeological dig in Egypt in 2001. Jeremy is married and has three sons. He enjoys golf, basketball, soccer, tennis, and reading.
As Channel Sales Director at Lytx, Trevor is responsible for developing and managing the company’s channel relationships. With more than a decade working closely with hundreds of commercial fleets using the DriveCam® Program, Trevor brings invaluable experience to the company’s market development activities. Since 2011 he has focused on building strong strategic partnerships with national insurance carriers with the goal of helping make our roads safer.
Prior to joining Lytx, Trevor held business development roles at Thomson Reuters and Ricoh Business Solutions. He earned his M.B.A. in Strategy from the University of California, San Diego and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Oregon.