Markham F. Rollins III
Mark is Co-Chairman & CEO of The Rollins Agency, Inc., and head of the company’s Commercial Insurance Group. Mark has designed and implemented risk management plans and insurance programs for hundreds of companies, many of them are not for profit organizations. Mark is a very action oriented person with a natural ability to inspire others. He gets energized by planning and strategic thinking about what organizations can and will look like down the road. Setting goals and implementing at a high level are part of his unique talents.
With 30 years of practical business experience leading his own organization, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge to helping his peers find alternative ways to manage their organizations’ risks. Mark, his partners Chuck and John and their management team, have transformed this fourth generation organization into a highly efficient and profitable company. This has allowed Rollins to provide an entirely new paradigm of service and value, combining human capital along with best practices.
Mark has a natural instinct for creating innovative risk management plans for middle market companies. He rejects the concept of “one-size-fits-all” for insurance and risk management programs. Instead, he helps organizations uncover those specific risk management practices that will help them reduce, prevent and transfer risks. His goal is to help them improve the organization which will drive down the cost of their insurance over an extended period of time.
Mark has always been active in the community and currently serves on the executive committee of the Westchester County Association. He is also past president of The Westchester Artificial Kidney Center, The Community Fund of Bronxville Eastchester and Tuckahoe, the board of trustees of the Bedford Presbyterian Church and the World Trade Council of Westchester. A former member of the boards of directors of Bridges to Community, Inc., The Westchester Visiting Nurse Services, the Westchester Information Technology Cluster, and The Westchester Venture Group, Inc., he is also a past member of the board of directors of The Bronxville Scout Committee and is an Eagle Scout himself.
In February of 2002, Mark and 40 other members of his community went to Nicaragua, under the auspices of Bridges to Community, to build two homes and a church. The trip was such a life changing experience he has been back 15 times since then. Mark has led ten groups of business leaders to Nicaragua over the past seven years and plans to continue these efforts and help expose both adults and young adults to the needs of those in third world countries.