Ryan Pulvermacher CIC

Get to Know Ryan

Favorite Smell
The smell before a thunderstorm
Never Have I Ever
Missed opening day for deer hunting
Favorite Game
Motivated By
It Takes Me Back
Original Nintendo
Hidden Talent
I always “look like someone you know”
Don't Laugh At My…

Ryan Pulvermacher is a client executive at M3 Insurance. Specializing in property and casualty for tribal nations, public entities and the hospitality industry, Pulvermacher supports the agency’s efforts to secure new business and maintain positive client relationships. He consults with and advises clients about the design, implementation and management of their coverage.

Pulvermacher also serves as tribal nations lead for M3. His experience working for his tribe (Ho-Chunk Nation) has provided him with a unique understanding of tribal risk and the needs of tribal nation clients.

  • Earned Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
  • Served in executive leadership of the Ho-Chunk Nation’s gaming enterprises
  • Joined M3 in 2017
    • Began as part of the M3YOU program
    • Promoted to account executive in 2019
    • Advance to tribal nations lead in 2022


  • Wisconsin-licensed property and casualty agent
  • Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC)


  • Ho-Chunk Nation, tribal member
  • First Nations Community Financial, secretary
  • United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County, board member
  • Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals Association–Milwaukee Chapter, past president
  • South Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Board, past member

Tribal Nations

Ryan Pulvermacher, Account Executive and Tribal Nations Lead, leverages M3’s resources to design, implement, and manage the right risk solutions for clients, including Oneida Nation of Wisconsin.

  • Ryan Pulvermacher, Tribal Nations Lead Personal M3 Experience

Featured Author in Pulse: 2024 Property & Casualty Report

Welcome to Pulse, M3’s property & casualty report. Through the lens of rate and risk, we examine how the property & casualty market is affecting our clients across lines of coverage and industry sectors, and what risks we are predicting will be a focus throughout 2024.


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