Order of Constantine Sig Dennis Santoli serves as chairman of the Risk Management Foundation. He previously served as the Fraternity’s 67th Grand Consul from 2011 to 2013 and chairman of the Sigma Chi Leadership Institute.
Mr. Santoli has over 30 years of experience managing domestic and Bermuda-based insurance companies that specialize in the underwriting of general and professional liability risks for health care facilities. Mr. Santoli is Chairman, President and CEO of The Campania Group, a holding company. Campania has three wholly owned insurance company subsidiaries. These include CampMed Casualty and Indemnity Company, Inc. of Maryland, and Health Facilities Insurance Company, Ltd.
Prior to founding The Campania Group, he served as Chief Executive Officer of Health Facilities Insurance Company, Ltd. from its founding in 1978 until 1992. Under his direction, HFIC obtained 40 surplus lines licenses and procured a significant marketplace in the healthcare general and professional liability sector. During his fourteen years as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer, Santoli expanded HFIC from a $.5 million in surplus captive insurer to an insurance company with over $20 million of surplus and an “A” rating from A.M. Best.
Mr. Santoli has also been chairman of the Sigma Chi Leadership Institute and has been part of the following General Fraternity committees: legal affairs, chapter and member accountability (CAMAC); International Balfour Selection; investment, budget and non-student Initiation (NSI). He served as Eastern Virginia Province Grand Praetor for six years and was president of the Northern Virginia Alumni Chapter from April 1997 to February 2002.
Mr. Santoli received a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1973 and a B.A. from Case Western Reserve University in 1967. He is admitted to the District of Columbia Bar and the Ohio Bar.
Dobrolinsky graduated from Bradley University in 1985, and served on the Sigma Chi Headquarters staff as the Director of Housing and Insurance from 1987 to 1989, also serving as the foounding Program Director of the Risk Management Foundation and Constantine Capital, Inc. He has served on the Risk Management Foundation Board since 2006.
After spending seventeen years with Arthur J. Gallagher and Co. in several sales leadership roles, he joined Willis North America as a National Partner in 2005 to lead their North American Captive, Actuarial and Pooling Solutions Practice. In 2008, Brother Dobrolinsky joined Assurance, a leading independent insurance and risk management brokerage. He serves as Partner and uses his expertise to focus on placing conventional and excess insurance and reinsurance for public entity, non-profit, education and religious risks; in addition to alternative risk groups and consortiums.
He is a member of the Association of Governmental Risk Pools (AGRIP), the Public Risk Management Association (PRIMA), and the University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA).
He was inducted to the Circle of Honor by the Delta Rho Chapter in 2009, and he was inducted into the Fraternity’s Order of Constantine in 2017.
Brother Pitt graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1971 and completed his MBA in international finance from the same university in 1973. He has had a career in international corporate banking and has worked in Australia, Canada, Switzerland,and the U.S.A., mainly with Citibank N.A. He specialized in risk and credit, and he retired as a Managing Director with Swiss Reinsurance in 2003. He is the past Chairman of the Risk Managers Association of New York, and he received his New York state license as an insurance broker in 2003. He is the Grand Praetor of the Hudson Valley Province, a former Balfour Operating Board member in charge of risk, and a member of the Order of Constantine.
Brother Neal graduated from George Washington University in 1983 and obtained his Juris Doctor from the Howard University School of Law in 1987. Mr. Neal is the Founder and Managing Attorney of the Law Offices of Nathan A. Neal, PLLC (Neal and Haney). For 19½ years, Mr. Neal was a Supervising Attorney and Clinical Adjunct Professor with the D.C. Law Students in Court Program where he taught substantive civil law and trial practice. He also has experience as a law clerk and as a trial attorney for the Department of Justice and District of Columbia. Nathan is a Grand Trustee, Chapter Advisor for the Kappa Upsilon chapter, serves on Sigma Chi’s Legal Affairs Committee, and has been a part of the BLTW faculty for 19 years.
Williams graduated from Saint Mary’s University in 1991 with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree majoring in Accounting. During his career he has provided claim investigation and resolution services for commercial and complex risks throughout Canada and the United States. He has managed several offices while remaining resident in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He has attained the distinction of a Fellowship Insurance Professional from the Insurance Institute of Canada, holds a Certificate in Environmental Management and has completed courses in Risk Management. Currently he is a partner in the firm of AMG Claims Inc. serving as President of the company. Within the Fraternity he is an active member of the Gamma Rho House Corporation and assists with the placement of the Chapters Insurance program. He has served on the RMF Board since 2015 and the CHI Board since its insception in 2017.
Yeo graduated from the University of Kansas in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Communication from the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication. He is currently Executive Vice President at MERGE – an integrated advertising, digital marketing, and public relations consultancy – where he serves as the Public Relations and Strategic Communication Lead for the firm.
Davidson was hired in 2004 to lead the Risk Management Foundation (RMF) as Managing Director after earning a Master’s degree in Public Service Administration from DePaul University. He was named Executive Director in 2011, prior to the organization’s 25th anniversary in 2013. As Executive Director, Davidson is committed to higher education and non-profit endeavors, supporting new and innovative risk management education for undergraduate students and alumni volunteers across the continent.
As COO, Davidson supports the Board of Directors for multiple organizations including RMF, Constantine Housing Initiative (CHI), and the Nazarene Higher Education Risk Management Consortium (NHERMC). With more than 20 years of experience in higher education, he oversees both litigation and claims management as well as loss control and prevention orders.
Davidson is also in his 10th year as Secretary and Director of the James R. Favor & Company (JRFCO) Board, responsible for the company’s bylaws; and rules, policies, and procedures. JRFCO, insurance brokers and risk management consultants, has been the exclusive provider for Lloyd’s of London insurance products for fraternities and sororities since 1985. He has been involved with the Sigma Chi Fraternity in a number of staff and volunteer capacities, including service as the Headquarters VP of Operations from 1998-2003. Davidson has earned the Certified Risk Manager (CRM) and Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designations from The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.
Pam joins the RMF with a wealth of business experience, including more than a decade in banking, roles as executive assistant and office manager, a 10-year partner at Huntsville Construction & Maintenance, and most recently as the department manager for maintenance and repairs at the Palms Resort & Conference Center.
Her extensive work in bookkeeping, property maintenance, and office management allows her to be an immediate, integral contributor to the RMF team. She has experience obtaining contractor bids and coordinating major renovation projects, including certificate of insurance and contract issues with subcontractors and vendors.
Pam has led previous companies in all aspects of accounting: A/R, A/P, sales tax, payroll & payroll tax filings, 401k reporting, bank reconciliations, and year-end tax preparations for CPA and audit partners.
Within the community, Pam is both a Board Member and Treasurer of the Musical Echoes Native American Flute Festival, an all-volunteer 501(c)3 corporation that presents a festival of music and education in Fort Walton Beach each spring.
Justin majored in political science and psychology. In college, he participated in the McConnell Scholars Program, interned in Washington, D.C., and served as student body president during his senior year. After graduation, Justin joined the Chapter Support team at Sigma Chi Headquarters where he spent three years consulting with chapters, serving on multiple fraternity committees, and handling administrative duties in Evanston. Justin joined the RMF team in August 2015, with primary duties focused on property claims, the Constantine Housing Initiative, educating undergraduate chapters, and supporting the Executive Director in day-to-day operations. Brandt has earned designations as a Certified Risk Manager (CRM) and a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) from The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.
Berg was hired in 2016 as one of the Regional Coordinators in the Chapter Support Department at Sigma Chi Headquarters. Art helped start the Regional Chapter Support Program and has had significant impact on the success and growth of the program and on the chapters and provinces he supported. Berg’s previous experience includes entrepreneurship and real estate.
As the Member Services Manager for RMF and Chi, Berg will focus on client-oriented services and tasks in support of the RMF and CHI missions while supporting the Executive Director, Operations Director, and staff with day-to-day operations. Additionally, he will provide appropriate informational programs and communications to RMF/CHI clients and other stakeholders.
Art graduated from Ohio University (Delta Pi) with B.S. Communications/ Organizational Communications. Many years later he served as Colony Advisor for the chapter’s re-chartering in 2016, and then held several volunteer positions within the Fraternity.
Brother Hillmann brings over 30 years of industry knowledge to the property inspection and lending programs administered by CHI, helping House Corporations provide active chapters and alumni with long-term, sustainable housing opportunities.
With a B.S., Journalism/Mass Communication from Murray State University in western Kentucky, Hillmann initially joined State Farm Insurance, before turning to manufacturing. In almost 18 years with Lubrizol Corporation, he developed skills in process safety, emergency management, and operations; he also served on Lean Six Sigma quality teams, helping his company obtain ISO–9000 certification. He took a leave in 2006 to serve the KY Dept of Revenue as PVA in Marshall County.
Hillmann returned to property & casualty claims with State Farm in 2016, where he continued developing skills in risk assessment and mitigation for residential housing, while conducting independent claims investigations and field underwriting inspections.
He and his wife, Cathy, moved to Florida in 2019. They have two sons – DJ Story and Hunter Hillmann – who are both Sigma Chis Murray State