WALNUT CREEK, Calif., Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Patricia Sellers, Fortune Magazine's Editor at Large, will speak at the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation's (IICF) Women in Insurance Global Conference. The first-of-its-kind forum will take place June 12-14, 2013 in New York City and will explore topics ranging from changing mindsets that limit corporate diversity to remaining professionally relevant in the rapidly changing business environment.
Sellers offers a unique insight into the discussion of corporate diversity, overseeing Fortune's "Most Powerful Women in Business" cover package and co-chairing of the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit. Additionally, Seller's blog, "Postcards," provides an ongoing conversation on how power players lead, manage, and navigate their careers.
Joining Sellers, the Women in Insurance Global Conference boasts a dynamic speaker line-up including:
Mike Angelina, Executive Director, Academy of Risk Management & Insurance, St. Joseph's University
Inga Beale, Group CEO, Canopius Holdings, UK Limited
Clem Booth, Member of the Board Management, Allianz Global & Corporate Specialty
Jeffery Dailey, CEO, Farmers Insurance
Susan Fleming, Professor, Cornell University
Lori Fouche, President & CEO, Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
Anthony Kuczinski, President & CEO, Munich Reinsurance America
Douglas Libby, Chairman & CEO, Crum & Foster
Seraina Maag, Chief Executive, North America Property Casualty, XL Group
Maria Castanon Moats, Chief Diversity Officer, PwC
Tad Montross, Chairman & CEO, General Reinsurance Corporation
Kathleen Tierney, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Personal Lines, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies
Terri Vaughan, Former CEO, National Association of Insurance Commissioners
Joan Woodward, Executive Vice President - Public Policy & President, TravelersInstitute, Travelers
The Women in Insurance Global Conference is made possible through the support of presenting sponsors Farmers Insurance Group and Munich Reinsurance America. Additional sponsors include ACE Group, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, Mayer Brown, LLP and Travelers Insurance.
About the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation was established in 1994 and is directed and funded by the insurance industry. IICF helps communities and enriches lives by uniting the collective strengths of the industry to provide grants, volunteer service and leadership. The Industry Foundation has contributed over $18 million and 166,000 volunteer hours to community nonprofits.