Doug MacGinnitie has deep insurance, tax and legal experience. From 2011- 2015, he served as State Revenue Commissioner for Georgia, managing the state’s Department of Revenue. Prior to his public service, he was the COO and a Director of Beecher Carlson, a commercial property and casualty insurance brokerage firm based in Atlanta. He also served as General Counsel of the Hobbs Group, at the time, one of the largest privately held insurance brokerage firms. Doug is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Emory Law School and is a member of several non-profit boards.
Kim is responsible for the day to day operations of the company and oversees all captive formations. She is a former risk manager for a Fortune 50 company, responsible for the placement of billions of dollars of insurance coverage, management of its captives and hundreds of millions of dollars of claims, and resolution of coverage disputes involving complex coverage matters. Kim has consulted for a number of large publicly traded and privately-owned businesses in optimizing their risk management programs and establishing captive insurance programs, large and small.
She is a licensed attorney and has written and spoken on insurance topics including “Running into Trouble,” Captive Insurance Times, May 2017; and “Captive Insurance for the Middle Market,” Journal of Accountancy, November 2016.
Kim holds MBA and J.D. degrees from Emory University and is a graduate of Oglethorpe University. She is a member of the ABA Captive Insurance Committee and board member of the Georgia Captive Insurance Association.
Jay is responsible for oversight of River Oak managed captives, including policy administration, claims, insurance renewals, regulatory compliance, and financial audit supervision. Prior to joining River Oak Risk, Jay was the Deputy Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Insurance and his role included responsibility for the Georgia Captive Division, among other responsibilities. He worked his way up through the Department of Insurance first as an Enforcement Attorney, then as Legal Counsel to the division that regulates insurance company solvency, and ultimately as Deputy Commissioner.
Jay has a B.A. in History from the University of Georgia and received his J.D. from the University of South Carolina.
Curtis is a Senior Risk Analyst assisting with new captive formations, renewals, policy issuance and claims matters. He holds Property and Casualty, and Life and Health insurance licenses in Georgia. He attended Georgia State and studied marketing. Curtis enjoys traveling and attending community focused events.
Laura has more than twenty years of experience in corporate governance, contract administration, risk management, and litigation with Atlanta law firms as well as public and private companies within the financial services and IT Staffing industries. As a Paralegal, she assists with the corporate formation of the captives, corporate governance, and compliance matters. Laura holds a B.S in Psychology from Mercer University.
Stephen is an accomplished business development and sales professional with twenty successful years of developing effective business relationships for account development/retention and revenue growth. Stephen successfully sold into a wide variety of business verticals- cable/telecom, utilities, manufacturing, distribution and many others in his various business development roles with Silicon Graphics, Vangard Technologies, WorkProducts and others. Stephen also played a critical role in helping Atlanta based Allconnect grow from a pure start up to $35MM in revenue during his five years at the company.
Stephen is a graduate from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Stephen resides in Athens, GA with his wife and two children.
Patrick has extensive business development and executive management experience from startup companies to international conglomerates. Patrick began his career in sales and was responsible for hiring, training and managing teams across the country. He joined River Oak Risk because he believes strongly in captives as a dynamic business strategy. Patrick is passionate about bringing the most conservative and comprehensive solution to trusted advisors and their clients.
He graduated from the University of North Carolina and lives in Chapel Hill with his wife and two children. Patrick serves as his historic neighborhood president and on boards for preservation, the Chapel Hill children’s museum, Big Brothers & Big Sisters and his church.
Based in San Francisco, Sheila has considerable experience in the finance industry. Formerly, she was the VP of Private Securities Group / Director of Operations at SharesPost, Inc. where she executed sales and transfers of pre-IPO companies. As the VP, she was responsible for the sales and marketing of a new fund of SharesPost called the SharesPost 100 Fund (ticker: PRIVX). The fund is composed of pre-IPO companies and it is open to non-accredited investors. Prior to being VP, she managed and executed multi-million dollar transfers of pre-IPO companies to accredited investors such as Facebook, Twitter, GoPro, Box, Palantir, and Space Exploration. Sheila concentrates on marketing tenant liability and captives in the West Coast and Hawaii territories. Sheila has also founded an event planning and design company. Sheila earned her B.S. in Business Administration and Marketing at San Francisco State University.
Tim is an entrepreneur and sales professional with extensive executive experience across various sized companies in the technology and financial sectors. His career includes a Fortune Global 100 company, pre-IPO Silicon Valley start-ups and a consulting firm he founded and grew to $10MM in revenue in three years. Tim is a graduate of Georgia State University and resides in San Francisco, California.