ERM Committees: A Guide and Tool
Why Read This
Institutions with enterprise risk management (ERM) programs often use an ERM committee to manage the process collaboratively.
Leaders overseeing an ERM program can use this guide and interactive tool to establish and scope the responsibilities of your ERM committee. Also, use this tool to identify strategies for involving others in your institution’s risk management efforts without compromising the size of your committee.
About the Author
Liza Kabanova, Esq.
Risk Management Consultant
Liza serves K-12 schools, colleges, and universities by discussing campus-specific risk management questions. Her areas of focus are enterprise risk management (ERM), COVID-19 response, change management, and training facilitation. She creates practical resources, leads education-specific ERM workshops, and co-authored Risk Management: An Accountability Guide for University and College Boards. Prior to joining UE, Liza served as Assistant Director for Safety and Learning at Pepperdine University. There, she worked to centralize campus safety programs, implement the first employee learning management system (LMS) platform, and serve on the university’s threat assessment team and its workers’ compensation and hazardous waste committees.
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