James R. Domenick

President, Domenick & Associates


Jim founded Domenick & Associates in 1993, bringing his wealth of experience and expertise to provide clients, agents and brokers with Property & Casualty insurance solutions for nonprofit organizations and the IT sector. Domenick & Associates has been serving the nonprofit community since 1993, when they developed an insurance program for the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO). Jim has conducted educational seminars on the subject of insurance and risk management as it applies to non-profit organizations for PANO, the Community Development Institute (CDI) of Philadelphia, The Reinvestment Fund (TRF), The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, The Philadelphia Association of CDCs (PACDC), Regional Housing Legal Services (RHLS), the law firm of Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoades, and for the clients of the law firm Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP. He also has written on insurance issues, particularly Directors & Officers Liability for the PA Nonprofit Report and Keynotes, the quarterly newsletter of PANO. Jim worked for CIGNA Insurance Company in Philadelphia for eight years in various positions, including Senior International Consultant, Manager of Agency Financial Services, Director of Business Development and Planning and Director of Producer Management, prior to founding Domenick & Associates. He holds a B.S. degree in Business Information Processing from Bloomsburg University and an MBA from Temple University in Philadelphia. Jim has served actively on a number of non-profit boards over the past 20 years. Currently, he is a director (and former Treasurer) of Squash Smarts, Inc., a youth sports and educational organization, and is also the Treasurer of Face to Face, Inc., a community social service organization. He served for seven years as a member of the Board of Governors of the Germantown Cricket Club and is former president of the International Professional Exchange, a non-profit organization in Philadelphia.

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