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Mr. Serra, the President of McManus Serra & Klein Insurance Brokers Inc., with offices in Wyncote, Pennsylvania and Chicago, Ill., is a graduate of the Locust Valley High School, Locust Valley, New York; the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; the United States Naval Justice School, Newport, Rhode Island; and the Fundamentals of Management and Business Administration (FMBA) Program at the Columbia Business School, New York.

A student of both insurance and its history, he also holds a certificate in Property and Casualty Insurance from the Travelers Insurance Company Underwriting School; a certificate in Suretyship from the National Association of Surety Bond Producers School; and a certificate in Negotiation, GameTheory, and Competitive Decision Making from the Harvard Business School.

On Chances Are, Frank demystifies insurance while keeping things interesting through a dynamic interview format. Tune in each week and hear experts on various aspects of insurance, insurance law, and its history, speak with Frank and break things down so everyone can understand them.

He has forty plus years of experience in Insurance Broking and Risk Management Consulting, and had previously served as a Corporate Officer for Alexander & Alexander Inc., at the time the Nation’s second largest Insurance Brokerage Firm, in both their Wall Street office in New York and in Philadelphia.

A resident of Wyncote, PA, Mr. Serra is a former board member for the Academy of Community Music, Fort Washington; the Knoblauch Private Bank, Philadelphia; and the Resource Development Company, Ohio.

A Navy Veteran, Mr. Serra served with a Seabee Battalion during the Viet Nam War, and later with President Richard M. Nixon's Presidential Declassification Team at the National Archives in Washington, D. C.

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