Our global team of trained Adventist professionals has years of insurance and risk management experience and hold industry recognized designations and licenses.
We work with organizations at all levels within the Adventist Church structure to protect members from the local church to the world church and everyone in between.
Our products are tailored to meet the unique needs of Adventist organizations and personalized to cover the risks affecting each ministry.
We stay alert to risks that could affect your ministry and create safety resources to educate and prevent costly and damaging accidents before they happen.
We have provided timely, real-world insurance and innovative risk management solutions for Seventh-day Adventist Church ministries since 1936.
Day or night, we are ready at a moment’s notice to assist with claims reporting. Call 1-888-951-4ARM (4276).
Bob Burrow provides administrative leadership for the Claims Services and Legal Services departments, and serves as ARM’s General Counsel.
Burrow has worked for ARM for 25 years on three different occasions the most current being 2002 to the present. Burrow holds a Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) from Washington Adventist University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Maryland at Baltimore.
Burrow is admitted to practice law in Maryland (both state and federal courts) and the District of Columbia.
David Fournier is the Vice President, Chief Client Care Officer for Adventist Risk Management Inc. He is responsible for implementing the delivery of products and service programs for the Company. He is responsible for the communication, customer service, risk control, and education programs of ARM. David began his service with ARM in 2004 and has served as Resource Developer, Manager of Communication, and Regional Manager for North America prior to his current role. David graduated with an MBA from Southern Adventist University, he also holds the Associates in Risk Management, and Maryland Property and Casualty and Life and Health producer licenses.
Andrew Moll is the Vice President, Chief Financial Officer for Adventist Risk Management, Inc. (ARM) and GENCON Insurance Company of Vermont (GICV). He is a key point of contact on financial transactions with vendors, assists in planning, implementing, and monitoring ARM departmental budgets, as well as provides leadership of ARM’s Financial Services department.
Since joining ARM in 2013, Moll worked as Senior Accountant, Financial Analyst, Internal Auditor, Staff Accountant, and Corporate Treasurer. He is a graduate of Andrews University and holds several designations including CPA and CPCU.
Prior to being appointed as an officer, Kathleen served as a consultant for Adventist Risk Management, Inc., and was instrumental in the development of the Ascend to Wholeness healthcare plans. She has worked in the healthcare and benefits field for more than 35 years and has a specialty focus in benefits administration. Wilson has held various executive positions within a hospital system. Her degree is in Public Administration from California State University, Chico and she enjoys the continual learning opportunities within ARM.
With assets of more than $100 million and annual gross written premiums exceeding $95 million, the Gencon Insurance Company of Vermont is a vital risk management entity for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, insuring against a multitude of liabilities and risks for denominational organizations worldwide.
A subsidiary of Gencon Insurance Company of Vermont, is a Gibraltar-based captive insurer issuing liability insurance policies to Seventh-day Adventist organizations located in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
ARM South America serves as the operating company for South America and provides risk management and insurance services for Seventh-day Adventist entities throughout South America. Unibrás Corretora de Seguros Ltda. as an insurance broker, provides insurance products to the church in South America.