Chris Kenyon, CWCP
Partner, Managing Director of Senior Living & Social Services Practice
Chris Kenyon is a partner and the managing director of senior living & social services practice at M3 Insurance. Working from the Madison office, she serves as a subject matter expert, strategist, and thought leader for M3's senior living and social services practice and is responsible for sharing information on trends and issues that specifically impact this industry. Chris was instrumental in developing M3’s workers’ compensation Risk Analysis Report, a tool that helps businesses assess and benchmark their safety performance. She also conducts workshops for clients on topics such as safety and return-to-work programs. In addition, Chris continues to manage a growing book of business. In this capacity, she places property and casualty insurance products, and counsels existing clients about risk management strategies and insurance planning.
Chris graduated from the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse with a bachelor’s degree in finance with an emphasis on risk management and insurance. She gained valuable experience working as a benefits and safety coordinator and human resources director for a wholesale food distributor. Chris joined M3 in 1996 as a commercial account administrator, and was promoted to senior account executive and partner in 1998. She was promoted to her current position as the managing director of senior living and social services practice in 2016.
Chris received her Certified Workers’ Compensation Professional (CWCP) designation from Michigan State University. She is licensed as a property and casualty insurance agent and takes part in continuing education programs to stay current with insurance coverage and trends. Chris is a board member of the Wisconsin Assisted Living Association (WALA), and serves on many nursing home and assisted living associations’ committees. She is also on the advisory board of the Wisconsin Coalition for Collaborative Excellence in Assisted Living (WCCEAL) and is an advisory board member of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Center for Health Administration and Aging Service Excellence (CHAASE), and the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse.