Friday, March 30, 2018

UGA Terry College of Business Enters Final Phase of New Construction

Scott G. Sink has worked in the insurance industry since 1984. For the past 24 years, he has served McGriff, Seibels & Williams, Inc., where he is now the senior executive vice president. Prior to launching his career, Scott G. Sink earned a bachelor’s degree in risk management and insurance from the University of Georgia. He continues to stay connected to his alma mater as an alumni board member of the school’s Terry College of Business. 

In 2013, the Terry College of Business launched its “Building Terry” campaign to raise funds for new facilities and academic improvements. The campaign has exceeded its $90-million goal and advanced through the first two phases of a construction project to build its new 305,000-square-foot Business Learning Community. 

Along with new classrooms and labs, the Business Learning Community features new common areas, faculty and staff offices, and a number of student spaces, including an undergraduate commons and a career services center. After completing phase two of the project in 2017, the Terry College of Business began working on the third and final phase, which will add two new buildings of classrooms, offices, and conference rooms. The entire project is scheduled for completion in 2019.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

2018 AEGIS Policyholders' Conference

An experienced insurance executive, Scott G. Sink heads the energy and marine division at McGriff, Seibels & Williams, where he leads a team that provides insurance programs for utility and power companies. Throughout his career, Scott G. Sink has attended numerous industry conferences, such as the annual AEGIS conference.

A top company in the field of mutual insurance, AEGIS encompasses a diverse range of policyholders across the continent. Every year, the company holds its annual Policyholders' Conference to support these members with education and networking opportunities.

The 2018 AEGIS Policyholders' Conference will take place from July 16th through 19th, with registration beginning in May. Beginning with a reception at the historic Navy Pier Grand Ballroom in Chicago, the event will provide four full days of talks from notable speakers, breakout sessions, and other learning opportunities at the McCormick Place Lakeside Center. Guests can also participate in a range of tours and recreational activities highlighting Chicago's cultural offerings.