BI’s Article search uses Boolean search capabilities. If you are not familiar with these principles, here are some quick tips.

To search specifically for more than one word, put the search term in quotation marks. For example, “workers compensation”. This will limit your search to that combination of words.

To search for a combination of terms, use quotations and the & symbol. For example, “hurricane” & “loss”.

Login Register Subscribe

UP CLOSE: Robin L. Tanguay

UP CLOSE: Robin L. Tanguay


NEW JOB TITLE: Dallas-based account executive, IMA Inc.

PREVIOUS POSITION: Dallas-based account executive, McGriff, Seibel's & Williams Inc.

GOALS FOR NEW POSITION: Building strong relationships with our clients, guiding them through their most challenging decisions and helping them promote healthy employee populations.

INDUSTRY OUTLOOK: I think everyone in the health care industry, including employers, are waiting to see what happens during the next election and its potential impact on health care reform on our health care system.

BEST THING ABOUT A BAD ECONOMY: Things can only get better. This is a very interesting time in our country.

FIRST MARKET EXPERIENCE: (I) started in the industry working for a local HMO. When they hired me, I had to look up what an HMO was—I just needed a job.

ADVICE: No matter what, always do the right thing.

OUTSIDE THE INDUSTRY, A DREAM JOB: Fashion merchandiser or buyer. I love clothes.

HOBBIES: Spending time with my daughter...she is so much fun. We spend a lot of time at the Texas Rangers ballpark. I'm a huge baseball fan, and not just because they made it to the World Series. Baseball has been a part of my life growing up, and I have very special lifelong memories around this sport.

MOST PASSIONATE ABOUT: My career...I know I am helping people, and that feels good.

FAVORITE MEAL: It's pretty simple: I enjoy a good pizza.

ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON: I enjoy being at home with my family, dogs and relaxing.

EMAIL OR PHONE, AND WHY: Phone. Nothing can take the place of speaking to someone personally. Email is impersonal, and comments can be viewed so differently than what the sender intended.