Find out from our newest cross-media series, How D&I Impacts Insurers’ Workforces, Products and Risks, what insurers and industry experts have to say about building a diverse and inclusive workforce, how to serve a diverse and inclusive customer base and about how advancing technology exposes insurers to bias risk.
Insurers increasingly rely on tools such as data, analytics, algorithms and machine learning, which are coming under increased scrutiny for possibly introducing unintended bias. Privacy, technology and regulatory experts examine where those exposures may be occurring, how they can be prevented and the implications for insurers that depend on these tools.
Commissioner, Iowa Insurance, and Chair,
NAIC’s Big Data Working Group
Simon-Kucher & Partners
Some insurers are meeting demographic and societal changes with new products and services designed to serve specialized communities and unique needs. Insurers and strategists examine how social change is driving insurance opportunity.
One Inc and Jewelers Mutual Group
Global Head of Inclusion, Diversity & Belonging,
As companies and organizations come under increased scrutiny, some insurers have taken the lead in developing heterogeneous workforces. Building a rich, multi-background workforce takes creativity, hustle and commitment. Insurers and workplace experts examine real-world strategies and tactics for building the insurance workplace that embraces today’s rapidly changing workforce.
Senior Vice President of Human Resources,
Philadelphia Insurance Companies
Enterprise Diversity & Inclusion Business Partner,
Chief Talent & Capability Officer,