Insurance Business Canada endeavours to recognize individuals that stand out in the insurance industry based on their career achievements, accolades and industry experience. We also want to ensure that the recognition is reflective and inclusive of people of colour and diverse backgrounds who may have been previously bypassed or overlooked by the industry sector at large. We want to ensure they obtain the recognition they deserve.
In the survey “Leaders of Change” we are seeking to identify trailblazers in the insurance industry who are promoting inclusion through action and driving change in the sector.
Nominees for the “Leaders of Change” report must:
- Work in a role that relates to, interacts with or impacts in some way the general insurance industry
- Have committed to a career in, and hold a passion for, the insurance industry
- Identify as a person of colour (Black, Hispanic and/or Latinx, Asian, Indigenous)
The Leaders of Change report is proudly supported by the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada, Ebony Women International Insurance Network and Toronto Insurance Women’s Association.
IBC survey respondents are invited to nominate themselves and individuals who identify as people of colour actively contributing to the success of the insurance industry by completing the below form.
The survey can be accessed online until January 29, 2021. All nominations are completely free. The final list is selected with the guidance of an independent advisory panel. Results will be published in the April 2021 issue of Insurance Business Canada and online.
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Insurance Business Canada is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in the insurance industry. Survey voters are invited to nominate/self-nominate anyone who meets the above criteria regardless of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, disability or age.