CABIP Announces New Partnership with CNA Canada

Canadian Association of Black Insurance Professionals Announces New Partnership with CNA Canada

The Canadian Association of Black Insurance Professionals (CABIP) is proud to announce its partnership with CNA Canada one of the leading commercial property and casualty insurance companies, providing a broad range of specialized insurance products and services for businesses and professionals in Canada, the U.S., and Europe.

CNA Canada is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture grounded in equity. We prioritize talent and programs in ways that empower our organization, clients and communities to act as active allies and advocates for equality. Our commitment doesn’t stop with our internal colleagues. CNA Canada partners with nonprofits and organizations whose DEI objectives align with our own and who support the diverse communities that our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) represent. Our partnership with CABIP is an exciting step as a company committed to institutionalizing allyship and fostering an inclusive culture where differences are not only valued but celebrated. “Partnering with CABIP is an integral step as we begin this chapter in our DEI journey. CNA Canada is a company of allies, and we want to use that allyship to drive change and to lead efforts to increase diversity across our industry and help to break down barriers that exist. We want to be allies for change, which includes deepening partnerships to open doors to talent and learning. We are excited to partner with CAIBP for both our current and future employees to ensure we continue to support their mission to advocate for representation, inclusion and advancements of Black insurance professionals within the industry”, said Erin Gattoni, Senior Vice President, HR & Operations.

“We are pleased to announce our partnership with CNA Canada: Insurance Business Canada’s 2023 Excellence in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion award recipient. It’s extremely important for our association to align ourselves with organizations that have the same values as ours at the forefront of their overall strategy. Gunjali Rana, CNA Canada’s AVP, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion said it best when speaking about the company’s DEI vision. That is, “to cultivate an inclusive culture grounded in equity, that celebrates individuals’ differences, attracts diverse talent, and inspires a work environment that enables all employees to do their best work”. This sentiment is very much appreciated, and we look forward to supporting CNA Canada’s vision and the progress that they are committed to making in this space.”, said Dionne Bowers, CABIP Co-Founder, Chair.

To learn more about CNA Canada, visit their website.

The Canadian Association of Black Insurance Professionals (CABIP) is a not-for-profit association advocating for the representation, inclusion, and advancement of Black professionals within the insurance industry.

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