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David Nicks

David Nicks

TREA Deputy Director

David Nicks has over 30 years of management experience in both the public and private sector, with 15 years experience in the Risk Management and Insurance industry.  David has been responsible for developing and operating business operations by using his technical knowledge, team-building abilities, and managerial skills.  His abililty to manage complex problems and develop unique solutions has benefited both private and public clients.  As a registered architect and licensed insurance agent, he provides a unique problem-solving perspective to the insurance industry.  David spent 25 years practicing as an architect and corporate facility manager.  As a business unit manager for one of the largest architectural firms in the world, part of David’s responsibilities were risk management and providing solutions that identified and mitigated property and casualty exposures for clients, which included large governmental agencies.  While working as a facility manager for a large construction products manufacturer, David developed protocols for risk management during the design and construction of facilities.

David is involved in his local community, as well.  He currently serves as the treasurer of the Brazosport Rotary.  He has served two terms on the Lake Jackson Economic Development Corporation and has recently been appointed to the Lake Jackson Planning Commission.  He is currently a partner in an independent insurance agency and serves as the Deputy Director of the Texas Rural Education Association Risk Management Cooperative (TREA RMC).  David has a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Texas A&M University, College Station; Certificate of Facilities Management from Ferris State University; and is in the process of achieving a Certified Risk School Manager Certification from the National Alliance.

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28 Circle Way
Lake Jackson, Texas 77566
Phone: 979-299-9945
Fax: 512) 519-2461