Financial Education for Securities, Banking, & Insurance Professionals.

Kevin M. Lynch, CFP®, ChFC®, CLU®, RHU®, REBC®, CASL®, CAP®, CLF®, LUTCF, FSS

» Assistant Professor of Insurance
» Charles J. Zimmerman Chair in Insurance Education

Areas Of Expertise:
Annuities, Disability Insurance, Employee Benefits, Financial Planning, Life Insurance, Life Insurance Planning, Life Insurance Practices, Long-Term Care Insurance and Planning, Other Life Products (fixed, indexed, variable), Practice Management, Property & Casualty Insurance

Course Responsibilities:
FA 200 Techniques for Prospecting
FA 211 Essentials of Disability Income Insurance
FA 255 Essentials of Long Term Care Insurance
FA 256 Essentials of Annuities
HS 311 Fundamentals of Insurance Planning

Kevin M. Lynch, CFP®, ChFC®, CLU®, RHU®, REBC®, CASL®, CAP®, LUTCF is assistant professor of insurance at the American College.

His primary course responsibilities include FA 200 Techniques for Prospecting, FA 211 Essentials of Disability Income Insurance and FA 256 Essentials of Annuities. He also teaches insurance courses for the Huebner School of The College.

Before joining The College, Professor Lynch worked in the lending, insurance and financial services industry. First licensed in Life Insurance in 1981, Professor Lynch has been licensed in Property & Casualty Insurance since 1984. From 1998 through 2004, he built a "scratch" Property & Casualty Agency, as an agency owner with Nationwide Insurance. From October 2004 until October 2005, Professor Lynch served The American College as Associate Vice President of Advancement. Most recently, Professor Lynch was affiliated with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, where he served as a Financial Consultant and Regional Management Associate. In 2010, Professor Lynch was recognized by NAIFA with the National Quality Award (NQA) for his dedication to the insurance industry and his clients.

Professor Lynch has been quoted in various financial publications including Financial Planning Magazine on the subject of professional designations and their importance in the continuing education of financial services professionals and in the Ft. Worth Star Telegram newspaper on the subject of Long Term Care Insurance planning.

Professor Lynch earned a Bachelor’s Degree from The University of the State of New York in Albany, NY, and he holds a Master of Business Administration Degree from Central State University in Edmond, OK. He is currently enrolled in Wilmington University, New Castle, DE completing requirements to earn his Doctor of Business Administration Degree.

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Programs of Study
Centers of

Insurance Education

Registered Health Underwriter®

(Health Insurance)


Chartered Healthcare Consultant®

(Healthcare Specialty)


Registered Employee

Benefits Consultant

(Employee Benefits)


Chartered Leadership Fellow®

(Field or Agency Leadership)


Life Underwriter Training

Council Fellow

(Insurance Skills)


Chartered Life Underwriter®

(Insurance Specialty)

Financial Planning

Chartered Financial Consultant®

(Advanced Financial Planning)


Certification Education

(Financial Planning)


Chartered Advisor for

Senior Living®

(Retirement Income Education)


Financial Services Specialist

(Financial Services Basics)


Chartered Advisor

in Philanthropy®



Retirement Income

Certified Professional

(Retirement Income)

Graduate Degrees

Master of Science in Management

(Executive Leadership)


Master of Science in

Financial Services

(Advanced Financial Planning)