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Following numerous requests for more time, Business Insurance has extended the deadline to submit nominations for the 2020 Women to Watch Awards until 11:59 p.m. Central on Aug. 19. This will be a hard deadline.
The program, which is in its 15th year, recognizes female executives working in risk management, insurance and related fields. Honorees are recognized for their accomplishments, expertise, leadership and future prospects.
Conditions allowing, winners will be recognized at two awards events, which will include professional development programing for honorees and others interested in the issue of gender diversity in the insurance sector.
Women to Watch from Europe, the Middle East and Africa will be recognized at the London event in November, while Women to Watch from North America and the rest of the world will be recognized at the New York event in December.
Considering the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is possible the recognition events will change to hybrid or completely virtual events.
Winners for both programs will be announced on businessinsurance.com in September and profiled in the December issue of Business Insurance.
To learn more about the Women to Watch program and submit a nomination, click here.
To view past winners of the awards, click here.
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The Business Insurance Women to Watch Awards is the only recognition program that celebrates leading women from every facet of the commercial insurance industry. Since its start as a recognition program in 2006, it has grown into an educational program aimed at the advancement of women in commercial insurance, risk management and related fields.