COLUMBUS — Allen County Commissioner Cory Noonan is making national headlines for his work as board president of County Risk Sharing Authority, a risk management service established by the County Commissioners Association of Ohio.
CORSA is a risk-sharing pool designed to provide counties with stable competitive costs and broad liability coverage, was recognized by the Governmental Risk Pools for adopting industry-best practices.
Noonan, the current CORSA board president, received widespread praise for his work behind the scenes which has helped make the risk management service provider successful.
“Receiving recognition from GRiP is a true testament to the level of professionalism to which the CORSA board of directors and staff adhere. CORSA is among a small percentage of the AGRiP membership that is able to meet the standards required to receive recognition,” CORSA managing director John Brownlee said. “I am grateful to commissioner Noonan for his dedication to our board. This recognition would not have been possible without his hard work and expertise.”
CORSA is a member-owned property and liability risk-sharing pool sponsored by the County Commissioners Association of Ohio. It is governed by nine directors comprised of member counties and provides property and liability coverage as well as risk management services to 66 counties and 41 county-affiliated public entities.
To qualify for AGRiP recognition, the pool must undergo a rigorous self-assessment to ensure the pool operations meet professional standards and industry best practices. Any pool meeting standards is recognized for three years to assure that its governing body and members are operating as effectively. Only around a quarter of the 213 AGRiP members have received the recognition.