On 22nd November GIN hosted their first event in collaboration with the Insurance Supper Club, sponsored by Chubb. The purpose of our collaborative event was to provide our GIN members access to some of the most senior women in our industry. Many of the ISC members were able to provide GIN members with advice and tools to help them to develop within the industry. The ISC members were thrilled to see the ambition of the next generation in the industry.
Some quotes from GIN attendees;
“Well done for a beautifully organised evening yesterday! I really enjoyed it, and had a chance to ask all my questions. These evenings give us a chance to share experiences, and that is very powerful. And also – to reflect and refresh our thinking. I found it really useful. Thank you for including me, and I hope to one day to be able to give back and contribute to the community!”
“A great evening with inspirational women discussing our past, our present and our future. I’ve learnt a lot from everyone’s unique journey in insurance; their challenges and successes. Really looking forward to taking the network out of the dinner room."
“The energy in the room was great, and I thought the mentors did a brilliant job at facilitating meaningful discussions.”
“It was a brilliant event. One of the best GIN events. I was able to make some good connections and received some valuable advice and tips. Would be great to have more events like this or similar. Well done”
GIN co-chairs, Louisa Lombardo and Sabrina Pyneeandy commented; “It was incredibly inspiring to unite our future leaders of tomorrow with Supper Club members who were armed with a myriad of tools, experience, advice and guidance. By uniting our networks we are bridging the gap by sharing experiences, mentoring and developing future generations. Despite the magnitude of talent in the room, each story was relatable and GIN members left feeling empowered and inspired. A special thank you to the Supper Club members who dedicated their time and to Chubb for sponsoring the evening. We hope we can collaborate on future events to continue to support gender inclusion in insurance.”