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Elite Women in Insurance 2017

Despite women’s growing presence in the insurance industry, few have successfully broken through into leadership roles – but the women featured on the following pages prove that’s slowly changing. Nearly 20% of the 2017 Elite Women hold top CEO or leadership positions, including the first female to start an insurance provider in the US. Congratulations to Gallagher Global Brokerage - US Bonnie Boone, Executive Vice President, and Michele Centeno, Area Senior Vice President.

EBA’s 2017 Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising

In a largely male-dominated profession, EBA’s 2017 Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising stand out for both personal and professional reasons. Some of these winners, who are listed in alphabetical order by last name, were credited with finding substantial savings for employer clients and strengthening their organization’s bottom line. Congratulations to Gallagher's Marne Bell, Area Senior Vice President, Client Development.

Risk Management Workshop

Risk Management Workshop going over topics such as Workers Compensation, CORE360, Management Liability and Healthcare Reform.

Creating a Distinct Employment Brand Across all Career Stages Takes an Inclusive, Flexible Approach to Human Capital Management

Employers need to plan for more change affecting their compensation and benefit programs as competition for talent intensifies across global borders and the U.S. Congress continues to take steps toward healthcare reform. The Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. (Gallagher) 2017 Human Capital Insights Report provides original perspectives from 41 thought leaders on how employers of all sizes can successfully adapt their strategy to attract and retain top talent by controlling healthcare costs, improving employee wellbeing and managing risk.

Fourth-place finish at 500 'lit fire' under Max Chilton

Max Chilton doesn’t need the reminder, but he set one up anyway. Less than 48 hours after leading a race-high 50 laps and finishing fourth at the Indianapolis 500, Chilton reconfigured the background of his phone to display a screenshot of the Verizon IndyCar Series championship standings, where he sits 10th.