FREE Lunch and Leadership Conference Call 

The 'CEO Series' continues featuring Kim Riley, President, Hylant Nashville
October 15, Noon central ~ 

It’s an understatement to say that Kim Riley has broken a few glass ceilings. In her over 30 years of experience as a business leader in the insurance and risk management fields, Kim has been the youngest female officer appointed by the board of directors, has driven revenue and client profitability into the billions, pioneered technology solutions that changed the insurance industry from paper to data driven flow, and has been awarded multiple honors for networking and influence. She has led revenue enhancement, driven large scale organizational transformation, built and turned around businesses, as well as entered and increased penetration in new markets across the US, Canada and China. 
As President of Hylant Nashville since 2011, Kim developed a turnaround, restructuring and mergers and acquisition strategy for this startup operation with full responsibility for P&L and increased the top line by 200%+ and the bottom line by average of 20% per year. In addition, she is an advisor to clients on current, past and future risk management and employee benefits issues (Cyber exposure analysis, alternative risk financing and Risk Mitigation). Some of her proudest accomplishments are 32 years of marriage with her husband Brent, and their two grandchildren who they visit regularly in Ohio.

2015 Conference Call Dates
November 12
December 10

Scarlett Leadership exists to address the following question...

Who will develop the next generation of world-class business leaders?
At the Scarlett Leadership Institute, we understand that the demands of being a leader in today’s complex business environment require more than a set of prescribed traits and talents.

Founded by Joe Scarlett, retired CEO and Chairman of Tractor Supply Corporation, the Scarlett Leadership Institute was created with a unified vision: to leverage the knowledge of today’s best business leaders to help council and teach the next generation.