A Message From Our President

Welcome to the 92nd annual Pittsburgh I-Day hosted by the Insurance Club of Pittsburgh.I am honored to be the President of the Insurance Club this year and strive to uphold the standard that has been set for the past 91 years.

Chairperson Mary Hoover, co-chair Chanelle Bokelberg, and their committee have planned a fantastic event!This year’s theme is “From the Moon and Back” and I am extremely excited to hear our Luncheon speaker, Andy Masich. Andy is President & Chief Executive Officer of the Senator John Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh’s oldest cultural institution and Pennsylvania’s largest history museum.

New this year will be our Internet Café where you can relax and recharge, not only yourself, but also your devices. Once again we will have two CE classes in the morning and one in the afternoon. During the luncheon we will be presenting the CPCU and Independent Agents scholarship and Insurance Person of the Year award.After lunch we will host our 4th annual panel discussion with this year’s topic focusing on Employment Practices and the ever changing dynamics of it in the workplace. Finally we will have the prize giveaway and cocktail hour to wrap up our day.

If you are not currently a member of the Insurance Club of Pittsburgh, I highly recommend you join today. Not only do we put on CE classes, golf outings, and other family friendly social events throughout the year, but we also raise money for various charities such as Arsenal Family & Children’s Center, Community Living and Support Services, Center for Victims and Toys for Tots.Visit www.insclubpgh.com for more information, or stop by our booth today and join!

The Insurance Club of Pittsburgh board of directors, Mary, Chanelle, the I-Day committee and I are excited that you are able to attend.We hope you enjoy Pittsburgh I-Day 2018.

Thank you,

Jodi Keller


2018 Pittsburgh I Day

March 20, 2018! Presidential dinner will be held on March 19th. Registration is open! Reserve your booth and tickets today!

2018 I-Day Registration