Epic names Pam Stoutenburgh principal consultant

07 October 2019 Consulting.us

Epic Insurance Brokers and Consultants has announced that Pam Stoutenburgh will join the firm’s property and casualty practice as a principal consultant. She will report to KJ Wagner, Epic’s managing principal and director of the Southwest region.

In her role, Stoutenburgh will be based out of the firm’s Dallas, Texas office. Her duties will include the design, placement, and management of property and casualty insurance programs. She will also be responsible for business development, as well as risk management strategies for mid-market and large clients. Her focus will be on private equity, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), and the construction and real estate industries.

"We are thrilled to continue the growth of our property and casualty team in the Southwest region with Pam's addition," Wagner said. "She brings a strong risk management background that adds tremendous value to our clients. With her experience on the corporate side of risk management, she has a unique understanding of her clients and their ever-changing needs. In addition, she has hands-on experience managing M&A risk due diligence and post-closing servicing. Pam is a talented professional who will be a terrific addition to Epic."

Epic names Pam Stoutenburgh principal consultant

Prior to joining Epic, Stoutenburgh spent nearly six years with Dallas-based experiential marketing company Freeman. Stoutenburgh was first the organization’s corporate project manager for risk management before moving to risk finance and insurance director. She also served as senior vice president in the Dallas office of Willis Towers Watson. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Southern Methodist University and is a certified insurance counselor.

Epic employs more than 2,000 people and operates out of more than 70 offices throughout the US. It provides property and casualty, employee benefits, specialty programs, and private client consulting solutions. The firm has reported revenue of more than $600 million and ranks in the top 15 insurance brokers in the country. Epic is backed by Oak Hills Capital Partners. 


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