Atlanta-based insurance professional recognized as industry top performer
By: Key Media
Beecher Carlson's Teresa Cazares has been included in Insurance Business magazine's annual Elite Women report, recognizing the women who are shaping a new future for the insurance landscape.
As senior vice president at Beecher Carlson, Cazares is responsible for account team oversight and the company's overall service to clients. With more than 18 years of experience in the insurance industry, Cazares has formulated insurance programs on directors & officers liability, cyber, employment practices liability, fiduciary liability, professional liability, crime, and kidnap and ransom. Outside of Beecher Carlson, Cazares has led panels for New York RIMS; the Professional Liability Underwriting Society; and the Corporate Liability, Travel Risk and Duty of Care Conference.
"Women accounted for 61% of the insurance industry workforce from 2006 to 2015, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics – and their presence continues to grow as companies become more dedicated to fostering diverse and inclusive workspaces. Yet despite growing numbers in the field, women remain underrepresented in leadership positions," says the Insurance Business team. "This year's class of Elite Women challenges that notion – 35% of this year's list is composed of C-level executives, in addition to a wide range of directors and vice presidents. From insurtech leaders and specialty program experts to entrepreneurs and analytical masterminds, these women have proved that they're more than capable of achieving any goal, even in an industry that is still largely helmed by men. In doing so, they're forging a path for future generations of women – and men – to follow."
For the full report see issue 7.06 of Insurance Business America magazine out now. To view the list and to find out more about Cazares, click HERE (https://www.insurancebusinessmag.com/
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