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Charles L. Hicks III

Charles L. Hicks III

Partner, Cranfill Sumner LLP
Instructor
State Training Modules
Class(es) Taught:
North Carolina Education & Resource Module

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Todd Holt

Todd Holt

Deputy Executive Director, Texas State Office of Risk Management (SORM)
Instructor
ATEC-School of Humanities
Class(es) Taught:
How to Say "No"

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Abbie Hudgens

Abbie Hudgens

Administrator Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (Retired)
Trustee, Dean, Instructor
School of Regulatory/Legislative
Class(es) Taught:
School of Regulatory / Legislative Orientation
Administrative Rule Making Process and Shaping Workers’ Compensation Regulations

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Ryan Ihrke

Ryan Ihrke (CPCU, CSRP, AIC, AIS, CPM)

Owner & Consultant, Iowa Specialty Claims Consulting, LLC
Instructor
School of Claims
Class(es) Taught:
Subrogation 101: What’s It All About? Subrogation 102: Getting the Word Out & Making a Recovery

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Devin Jones

Devin Jones

Chief Strategy Officer, Active Cypher
Instructor
Technology Essentials
Class(es) Taught:
Cybersecurity

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Bill Jones

Bill Jones

Senior Partner, Jones Jones, LLC
Instructor
State Training Modules
Class(es) Taught:
New York Workers' Compensation Education and Resource Module

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H. Doug Jones

H. Doug Jones

Partner, JSB Attorneys PLLC
Instructor
State Training Modules
Class(es) Taught:
Kentucky Education & Resource Module

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Dr. Maja Jurisic

Dr. Maja Jurisic

Vice President, Medical Director Strategic Accounts, Concentra
Instructor
School of Stakeholders
Class(es) Taught:
Medical Providers – A Key Stakeholder in Workers’ Compensation

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Mollie Kallen

Mollie Kallen BA, MS, CCM, CRC, WBENC

VP of Business Development the IMA Group
Instructor
School of Stakeholders
Class(es) Taught:
Why Case Management Matters

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Vickie Kennedy

Vickie Kennedy

VP of Workers’ Compensation, Linea Solutions
Instructor
School of Return to Work
Class(es) Taught:
The Importance of Work Disability Prevention and the Worker-Centric Model

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