Dan Greensweig has been named the new administrator of the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT). Greensweig replaces Pete Tritz, who served as administrator since LMCIT’s inception in 1980 until his retirement earlier this year.
Greensweig has been the LMCIT assistant administrator since 2010. With this role, he was responsible for managing organizational functions such as underwriting, claims, risk management, technology, data analysis, and operations. He also helped oversee departmental budgeting, communications, human resources, strategic planning, and vendor and technology relationships and initiatives for the insurance trust.
“Dan has been instrumental in the development of programs and people during his time as the LMCIT assistant administrator,” Todd Prafke, chair of the LMCIT Board of Trustees, said. “He possesses the high-quality skills and talents that will serve cities well during the evolution of LMCIT.”
David Wright joined the League on July 18 as a security officer. Wright has a degree from the U.S. Naval School of Music and has many years of security experience working in different environments, including military, corrections, and in the Allina and Healtheast hospital settings.
Kevin Kiechle joined the League on July 18 as a security officer. Kiechle has a degree in criminal justice from Metropolitan State University, and his most recent work experience was as a restaurant manager for McDonalds. He has also worked in loss prevention at JW Marriot, Mall of America, and as an account supervisor for Whelan Security.
Alex Thillman joined the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust as a law clerk on July 10. He is a 3rd year law student at the University of St Thomas School of Law. He received his bachelor’s degree in politics & government and economics from Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin. Thillman’s most recent work experience is at the State of Minnesota Department of Human Services, where he was a law clerk in the Contracts, Procurement and Compliance Division.
Chris Razidlo joined LMCIT as an intern in the Administration Department on June 5. Razidlo is a student at the University of St. Thomas with a major in economics and minor in environmental studies. He is a member of the Sustainability Living Learning Community.
Pranay Somayajula joined LMCIT as an intern in the Loss Control Department on June 13. Somayajula is a senior at Mounds Park Academy and is the treasurer for the Social Consciousness Club, editor-in-chief of the school’s newspaper, and grade representative of student council, among many other things. His aspirations are to become an attorney.
Khongpheng Vang joined LMCIT as an intern in the Administration Department on June 19. Vang comes to LMCIT through the City of St. Paul’s Right Track Program. Vang is a senior at John A. Johnson High School and takes advanced classes toward college credit in the areas of algebra, history, chemistry, and writing.
Otto Schroepfer joined LMCIT as an intern in the Loss Control Department on June 19. Schroepfer comes to LMCIT through the City of St. Paul’s Right Track Program. He is a senior at St. Paul College/Gateway. Schroepfer placed second in debate in the Twin Cities in 2014 and has won numerous awards for individual chess play.