• Tim Nooan

    Chairman of Lockton Pacific Series

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    Tim Noonan is a dynamic leader and chairman of Lockton Pacific Series. After taking the helm in 1996, he has led the company through unprecedented growth, from 46 associates and $6.9 million in annual revenue to more than 700 associates and 278 million today. Throughout his esteemed 38-year career in commercial insurance, Tim has distinguished himself as an opinion-shaper and thought leader within his industry and business community. He is a board member of Town Hall Los Angeles, one of the nation's top 10 leadership forums, and a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy, joining a select group of business and civic leaders, big thinkers, and policy experts committed to international affairs.

    Committed to leaving a legacy of public service and community involvement, Tim Noonan supports a host of charities and serves in numerous leadership roles on boards and commissions for local nonprofits and businesses. He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Phoenix House California, a trustee of the ALS Association Golden West Chapter, a board member of Vision to Learn, Town Hall Los Angeles, one of the top 10 leadership forums in the nation, and the UCLA Longevity Center. He has held leadership positions at The Help Group—the nation’s largest, most innovative nonprofit of its kind, serving children with special needs.

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    Offices are generally a melting pot of different types of personalities. There are the drama queens/kings, the gossips, the shrinking violets and the go-getters, just to name a few. If you learn to look carefully, however, you will most likely find at least one person that never seems to be...
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    Corporate philanthropy and social responsibility is win-win for companies on many levels as well as for the community at large. Of course, it improves your brand and it’s the right thing to do, which is why more companies today are ramping up their programs and making it a more thoughtful process...
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