AIRROC NextGen Task Force

The AIRROC NextGen Task Force works in conjunction with the AIRROC Board of Directors and Executive Director to explore ways to transfer knowledge about legacy, engage with and provide networking and educational opportunities for the next generation of legacy industry and AIRROC association leaders. 

NextGen’s Role:

  • Educate and empower future leaders in the legacy insurance sector and within AIRROC
  • Identify ways AIRROC can bring value to and develop engagement with emerging legacy professionals
  • Serve on AIRROC’s standing committees (Education, AIRROC Matters, CLP, Actuarial)
  • Increase Engagement with IRLA YPG (Insurance and Reinsurance Legacy Association Young Professionals Group)
  • Act as AIRROC ambassadors at industry events
  • Plan events to facilitate knowledge transfer
  • Administrate AIRROC annual undergraduate scholarship
  • Establish an emerging leaders award

Benefits to NextGen Members:

  • Provides a means for critical contribution to AIRROC
  • Work collaboratively with senior industry professionals
  • Leadership development opportunities
  • Assist with creating and developing new programs that directly meet your needs 

Structure and Appointment:

  • A minimum of 3 to a maximum of 5 slots all from the AIRROC Membership
  • Interested individuals should apply by completing the application online.  A Nominating Committee of two to three AIRROC Directors will recommend the NextGen participants to the AIRROC Board for approval
  • Participants will be chosen from various AIRROC member types to include:  Insurer, Reinsurer, Acquirer, Corporate Partner, Broker, Capital Provider, Insurance Dept, IRLA YPG.  Having Task Force members from different types of companies will be considered as part of the selection process.
  • Two Leaders/Advisors will be selected - one from the AIRROC Board and one from an AIRROC Partner firm
  • AIRROC’s Executive Director will be an ex officio member (informational role)


  • Each member serves a 2 year term with a two term limit
  • The leadership of the Task Force will be self-selected and that person(s) will serve in an ex officio role on the AIRROC Board
  • Allow the organization to publicize their name and participation on the Task Force
  • Attend meetings/calls of the Task Force and as many AIRROC events as possible.

Who Should Apply?

  • Individuals who are at a mid-point in their career and would like to help make and keep AIRROC relevant to their contemporaries
  • Rising insurance leaders who want to learn more about runoff

Open application period will close on March 13, 2020.