Stay Tuned: To be rescheduled

  • Free to members and nonmembers 

Webinar Description

This webinar provides a succinct history of unemployment insurance in the United States, including how and why it was created, and will continue into a review of the impact the Great Recession had on state unemployment insurance.

With a better understanding of unemployment insurance history, we will then analyze trends that followed the Great Recession which can provide insight as to what to expect in 2021, including what could be the key to avoiding potential cost increases. Discussion will encompass assessing all options available to nonprofits from tax savings to capping an organization's claim liabilities. 


  • Understand the history of unemployment insurance in the U.S.
  • Garner insights into trends from the Great Recession and how we can apply learnings to today’s current environment
  • Learn the importance of assessing and evaluating all of the risk financing options available to nonprofits

Who Should Attend

  • C-suite executives
  • CEOs
  • CFOs


Tiffany Vrabel
Vice President
Brown & Brown Insurance of Lehigh Valley

Tiffany Vrabel is a senior vice president and risk management advisor for Brown & Brown Insurance of Lehigh Valley. Vrabel joined the company in 2009 and creates and adapts insurance and risk management programs for organizations across the country. Her responsibilities include strategic direction on insurance coverage design, negotiation, placement, and implementation, with a focus on the highest quality protection at the lowest possible cost. She makes it a priority that her clients understand all new and existing risks that their organizations face and what they can do to protect themselves.

Vrabel holds a Bachelor of Science degree from East Stroudsburg University in Business Management, Finance. In 2011, she earned her Associate in Risk Management designation and her Certified Insurance Counselor designation in 2014. She also received her Master of Business Administration degree from Moravian College in 2013.

Direct questions to Rehana Absar, impact director, organizational excellence at the Alliance.