16 MEMIC Employees Achieve WCP Designation


Portland, ME (WorkersCompensation.com) - The MEMIC Group has announced 16 employees have earned the American Society of Workers' Comp Professionals (AMCOMP), Workers' Comp Professional (WCP) designation. The new designees are:

  • Tom Bernier
  • Karen Barter
  • Joeline D'Anjou
  • Joanna DeBie
  • Karen Flaherty
  • Eileen Fongemie
  • Dawn Freeland
  • Susan Fusillo
  • Brian Gilles
  • Steve Hughes
  • Karen Johnston
  • Maria Jones
  • Jerry Mocciola
  • Steve Prue
  • Rod Stanley
  • Joanne Wohl

AMCOMP awards certifications to insurance professionals who exhibit integrity and excellence in workers' compensation through qualifying work experience and completion of a rigorous 12-week core curriculum followed by a final examination. Professionals who achieve the WCP designation have shown their knowledge of the workers' compensation field, including history, best practices, coverage areas, claims, risk management, pricing and employer liability insurance, among other areas of specialty. The MEMIC employees attended the AMCOMP program through an offering of the University of Southern Maine's Risk Management Department.

"We highly value the professional development of employees," said MEMIC President and CEO John T. Leonard. "I'm particularly proud of this group who worked hard to be the first in our company to earn this designation. This kind of commitment to professionalism by our employees is consistent with what MEMIC is all about."



The MEMIC Group includes parent company, Maine Employers' Mutual Insurance Company, rated "A" (Excellent) by A.M. Best, and MEMIC Indemnity Company, also rated "A" (Excellent) by A.M. Best, as well as MEMIC Casualty Company. The MEMIC Group holds licenses to write workers' compensation in 46 states plus the District of Columbia. The company insures nearly 20,000 employers and their estimated 250,000 employees.

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