- Operational management
- Disability management
- Assessor management
- Process improvement
- Honours Bachelor of Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University
- CIP, Insurance Institute of Canada
As a senior management consultant with Bizie Consultants, Laura provides expert advice in the areas of disability management, operations and process management, and SABS training.
Laura holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, and has worked for decades in the P & C Insurance Claims business, both as an adjuster and Claims Manager. Laura holds a CIP designation through the Insurance Institute of Canada. She specializes in Accident Benefits and Casualty claims, and was also employed as a Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant and Branch Manager.
Over the past 10 years, Laura has held senior management roles within the IME industry as a process lead, Manager, Director and Vice-President.
She has helped to facilitate acquisitions and excels at staff training and integration. A native of Kitchener, Laura spent the first 18 years of her career in Ottawa, and the balance in the GTA and London. Most recently, she has managed an IME company with offices in both Kitchener and Ottawa, and facilitated all Defense Medical referrals.
Laura is passionate about music, and volunteers as Secretary of the Elora Singers/Elora Festival Board of Directors, and as Treasurer of the Volunteer Committee of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. She loves to cook, garden, and golf in her spare time.
Creating a Strategic Plan for 2021 Need a strategic plan for 2021? After the year we’ve had, it can be scary to even think about what’s to come in the next 12 months, but of course, putting our heads in the sand is not a good plan and most of us are optimistic that theJanuary 5, 2021
With Thanksgiving coming up, is it safe to gather with your family and friends?October 8, 2020
User generated content in real-time will have multiple touchpoints for offshoring.June 5, 2020
If you’d like a free consultation, please start by completing the form: