- NFR & Associates Entertainment Insurance Solutions
- President & CEO / 2011 - Present
- Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA, Inc.
- Vice President of Entertainment 2000-2011
- Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services, Inc.
- Vice President of Entertainment 1988 -2000
Mrs. Rohan has over 30 years experience as a specialist in the Entertainment Insurance Industry. She is highly respected by her clients, peers, colleagues and especially the entertainment insurance carriers which bodes well for the clients she represents. Before starting NFR & Associates Entertainment Insurance Solutions she was working at Wells Fargo Insurance Services since 2003. The core focus at Wells was to develop new entertainment business while retaining the existing entertainment client base. Mrs. Rohan has created comprehensive insurance programs for all facets of the entertainment industry including motion picture, television, music touring, corporate videos, commercials, music videos, promoters, performers, touring entertainers, special effects companies, rental house companies, post production companies, payroll services, event companies and all ancillary entertainment. Mrs. Rohan obtained her California property and casulaty license in 1990 and currently holds or has held 50 non-resident licenses so she can assist her clients outside of California as well. In 2007 Mrs. Rohan was presented with the Winner Circle as one of Wells Fargo top insurance sales producers.
During Mrs. Rohan ten years at Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurances Services this entertainment brokerage company brokered the majority of the leading productions companies in Hollywood including the major film studios and an impressive client list of independent film companies. Mrs. Rohan role involved retention of these clients while developing additional products to incorporate the newest addition to the industry of Reality Television. In 2001, Mrs. Rohan was the first broker in the United States to get insurance carriers to understand the complexity of newly developed TV idea…Reality Television. Mrs. Rohan created the guidelines (that are still used by all entertainment insurance carriers today) to minimize risk and to carefully underwrite the projects. She brokered the insurance for the first American Television Reality shows for NBC “Fear Factor” and CBS “Survivor”. At Aon's sister company we retained the largest broker/client base of Major Film Studios, Music Labels, Touring Performers, Theatrical Entertainment, Special Event, Ancillary Entertainment and an impressive list of Independent Television companies. During this time in 1996 Mrs. Rohan role and responsibilities required her to underwrite each assigned brokers entertainment submissions and assist executive management in account retention and secure orders of profitable renewable business. It was through this varied exposure that Mrs. Rohan was involved with creating new entertainment policy forms to obtain a competitive edge against the competitors.
Additionally Mrs. Rohan was an adjunct educator at UCLA for the film and television TFTUCLA production courses 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003. The focus is on the film students understanding how entertainment insurance relates to their overall production projects and how the costs relate to their budget.
In 2003 Mrs. Rohan was on the Advisory Group for United States House of Representatives Congressional Entertainment Caucus.