Presented by Mary Bellofatto & Karen Adamsbaum
This month, presenters Mary Bellofatto and Karen Adamsbaum will be providing an engaging, in-depth look at some of the most relevant issues we face living in today’s technology-driven world. Mary and Karen will be covering a host of topics, some of which include: Identity Theft, Cyber Liability, Data Breaches, and the role of both Business Owners and Workers Compensation Insurance. Don’t miss this opportunity to increase your awareness and understanding of how to best protect yourself, your business and your clients! This meeting will be CEU credit worthy.
Mary Bellofatto, NJ Property, Casualty, Life, Health & Accident Insurance Producer
As many of you know, Mary has been a part of NAPO and our chapter for over 6 years as a professional organizer and has worked in the financial planning and insurance industry as well. Mary and Karen met approximately 1.5 years ago at a NAPO-NNJ Chapter meeting that Karen attended as a guest. After discussing how they could work together combining their insurance and business experience, Mary accepted a full-time role with The John Morgan McLachlan Agency in January of this year and functions as a commercial lines account representative. When not working, Mary enjoys pursuing her many creative endeavors with paint and other art or craft mediums. She also plays indoor soccer, will play any sport you ask her to, and loves getting outside on foot or bike any chance she gets. Lastly, her teenage daughter, Italia, starts college in the fall — thank God only 2 hours away = HAPPY MOM :)
Karen Adamsbaum, CIC (Certified Insurance Counselor)
Karen joined The John Morgan McLachlan Agency in 2010. She has over 17 years of management and hands-on experience in all phases of risk management, operations, finance, marketing and technology. When working with a client, Karen’s goal is to provide the best risk management solution that will meet the needs of the individual or organization. In 2012, she received the professional CIC designation as Certified Insurance Counselor. She is currently a member of the District XIII Ethics Committee as well as very active in several community focus groups. Karen is married to husband, David, for 25 years, and her other interests include golf, guitar, and long distance biking.