Senior underwriting professional Randi Glazer has held a variety of executive leadership positions over the last decade in which her extensive underwriting expertise has been of tremendous value. Ms. Glazer’s practical expertise regarding her industry is not the only positive benefit stemming from her years of experience as an underwriting professional, as she has also developed a wholly unique leadership style based on her own experience working under executives who employed a wide range of management strategies to varying degrees of success.
Ms. Glazer holds degrees in economics and business, earning the former as an undergraduate through the State University of New York at Geneseo and securing the latter, an MBA, from American Intercontinental University while graduating summa cum laude. An expert in international business who has spent extensive time abroad, Ms. Glazer travels often due to her professional responsibilities as well as due to the sincere joy derived from frequent travel to foreign destinations. While her experience traveling abroad is hardly limited to just a few destinations, Ms. Glazer has spent extended periods of time in England, France and Germany.
As the underwriting director of RM Global Risk Management, Ms. Glazer has continued to draw on her exceptional knowledge of the industry and is rightly credited for establishing the firm as an immense success in its field. In providing consulting services to clients all over the globe, Ms. Glazer’s understanding of the international arena has proved to be of significant value, particularly when combined with her unparalleled knowledge of so many aspects of the underwriting industry. With specific expertise in some of the more complex areas of the field, Ms. Glazer has played a critical role in the success of countless clients and is poised to achieve a great deal more through her executive leadership responsibilities.
What is your favorite thing about traveling?
I travel quite a lot for work and for recreation, so my favorite part of traveling is the opportunity to see old friends, especially if it has been some time since I have been able to see them in person.
Is traveling a hobby or a lifestyle for you? How did you get started?
It’s absolutely a lifestyle. I got started while working on my master’s degree, and I’ve since pursued just about every opportunity to travel for work or for recreation.
What is the most beautiful place you’ve been to?
Do you have any exciting travel dates planned for the future?
I’ll be traveling back to Long Island to visit family sometime soon, and I’m hoping to return to Europe shortly thereafter.
What are some travel tips you’d give to someone inexperienced?
You’ll always have more fun asking the locals for advice rather than referring to a travel guide.
Where would you like to go?
I’d like to spend some time in the Caribbean or Central America.
Where would you like to revisit?
I’ve always had a wonderful time in France and have many dear friends I’d like to visit there.
Do you travel alone? Why?
When I travel for work I usually travel alone, but my preference is to have a few friends with me when traveling for recreation.
If you could pick the top 3 places every person should go, what would they be?
Bordeaux, France; London, England; and Berlin, Germany.
Do you travel light or do you pack up the house?
I’m not a fan of traveling light, so I usually bring as much as I’m able whenever I travel.