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Business Insurance's annual Women to Watch feature recognizes women who are doing outstanding work in commercial insurance, risk and benefits management, and related fields, including consulting and law.
The program was introduced in 2006 to serve as a springboard to encourage more women to break through the glass ceiling in an industry that has been largely male-dominated. Each year, 25 women are identified as Women to Watch by a panel of Business Insurance editors based on honorees' recent professional achievements; their impact on their companies, clients or the commercial insurance industry as a whole; their contributions to the advancement of women; and their potential career trajectories.
The program is open to women leaders worldwide who are connected to the commercial insurance industry.
While it always has been difficult for the Business Insurance editors to narrow the field of candidates down from the hundreds who are nominated, this year has been especially challenging given the exceptional caliber of the women, more and more of whom are advancing into higher leadership positions.
We will celebrate these women's achievements during a Dec. 8 awards ceremony in New York.
Gender diversity in the executive ranks is good for business, research shows.