Voices of Inclusion: Spotlight on Pride | Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

Voices of Inclusion: Spotlight on Pride

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The Insurance Institute – Career Connections is proud to host the third of our four-part virtual Career Connections series titled Voices of Inclusion. This session’s focus: Spotlight on PRIDE within our great industry. We have a fantastic panel of speakers participating in a what is sure to be a rich and insightful conversation. Panelists include:

Co-host Ray Chaaya, Associate Vice President, Employee Experience and Culture, Zurich

Saskya Aubry, Property Claims Investigator, Aviva

James Bond,  Senior Vice President, Chief Legal and Governance Officer,  Wawanesa

Joanne Carmody, Vice President of Claim, Travelers

Sabrina Mariani, AVP, Assistant Product Manager, Private/Not-for-Profit – Financial Lines , Chubb

This event is open to all especially if you’re currently a post-secondary student, or have worked in insurance for less than 5 years, register now for the opportunity to join a session with:

  • Relatable stories within the Pride community and allies and how the insurance industry continues to grow in areas of diversity, equity & inclusion.
  • Themes surrounding representation, leadership, allyship and how employee resource groups are important in assisting bringing a voice to the industry.
  • Insight on ways to leverage and apply professional learning to build your career brand, network of expertise, and capitalize on opportunities for advancement.


Date: May 4th, 2022

Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location: Online 


Registration Linkhttps://www.eventbrite.ca/e/voices-of-inclusion-series-spotlight-on-pride-tickets-323407489507

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