Robin Moch joined M.E. Wilson in 2005. With her, she brings a variety of insurance and risk management experience to the agency and her clients. Robin grew up in a Chicago suburb and attended the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. She crafted her own major in the Independent Plans of Study program and focused on business/restaurant management and psychology.
Robin began her insurance career in 1988. She started handling, then managing, auto and liability claims for Farmers Insurance in California. After moving to Tampa in 1992, she created, managed and grew a general liability third party administration division at DavisBaldwin (now Wells Fargo). Her clients included Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill and Discount Auto Parts.
Robin’s claims management and loss control background give her a unique and advantageous perspective. Her experience helps when managing her clients’ exposures and analyzing coverage. She has focused heavily on loss control and workers’ compensation. Strong involvement in these areas has helped her clients to reduce their claims frequency and achieve lower experience modification factors, thus reducing premium. Her attention to detail and communication skills enable her to be part of her clients’ teams and a trusted advisor in all areas of risk management.
She earned her CIC (Certified Insurance Counselor) designation in 2008. She also completed the coursework to receive the CWCP (Certified Workers’ Compensation Professional) designation in 2006.
Robin sits on the education committee for ABC (Associated Builders and Contractors). Additionally, she is on the Board of Directors for the Nonprofit Leadership Center of Tampa Bay. She is a member of the Crisis Center’s Women in Action and the SPCA of Tampa Bay’s 1,000 Bitches and supports many other not-for profit organizations.