The Kansas City Risk Selectors Club was founded in 1939 by David Alport and Jack Horton.
Seeking to secure a cooperative spirit and action in advancing the objective of sound underwriting principles.
The club meets three times per year in the Kansas City Metro area and includes a social hour, dinner and speaker allowing professional networking and discussion of industry insights and trends.
The AHOU is an organization of insurance professionals responsible for risk assessment in the life, health and disability insurance industries. The AHOU exists to promote a thorough knowledge of mortality and morbidity as it relates to risk selection via educational meetings and seminars as well as special projects and studies.