Before joining WTW as leader of their Public Sector and Education practice, Twane was been a dedicated public servant with over 17 years of municipal government practice. During that time, he has served in a legal capacity as an Assistant Attorney General for the District of Columbia and Assistant General Counsel for the City of Jacksonville before transitioning into risk management. As an insurance professional, he operated as the Chief of Risk Management for the City of Jacksonville from 2012 to 2020. He continued his risk career by transitioning to the City of Garland, Texas as a Managing Director of Risk Management until 2022.
Twane is a staunch proponent of education and began his collegiate education by obtaining a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Florida Memorial University. He most recently obtained his Chief Risk Officer certification from George Mason University. He also holds a Master of Science in Risk Management and Insurance from Florida State University and a law degree from Georgetown University. He continues to reinforce his degrees with professional certifications including insurance designations as a Certified Insurance Counselor from the National Alliance and an Associate in Risk Management from the Institutes.