K.A.M.P. Award

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K.A.M.P. Award

In 2002, Zurich created the K.A.M.P. award as a living legacy to honor four employees lost on 9/11: John Keohane, Peggy Alario, Kathy Moran and Lud Picarro. “K.A.M.P.” is an acronym for their last names and carries a reminder to all employees to “Keep A Meaningful Perspective.” The K.A.M.P. award serves as a tribute to their courage and dedication and is an enduring way to remember and inspire others to make a difference. Since its inception in 2002, the K.A.M.P. award has been presented to 53 employees from offices across the United States who display an ability to lead and motivate others to exceed expectations.

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Zurich North America Honors 2012 K.A.M.P. Award Winners
On October 24th, Zurich North America hosted a ceremony at the 9/11 Tribute Center honoring the winners of its 2012 K.A.M.P. awards, a program created by Zurich in 2002 as a living legacy to remember four of its employees lost on 9/11: John Keohane, Peggy Alario, Kathy Moran and Lud Picarro.  “K.A.M.P.” is an acronym for their last names and carries a reminder to all employees to “Keep A...
Nov 9, 2012 5:45 PM ET

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