CABIP Announces Partnership with Zurich Canada

Canadian Association of Black Insurance Professionals Announces Partnership with Zurich Canada

The Canadian Association of Black Insurance Professionals (CABIP) is proud to announce our partnership with Zurich Canada – a leader in the Canadian commercial insurance market for 100 years. Through a thoughtful and transparent approach, Zurich Canada’s dedicated regional teams help mitigate and manage risks and build resilience to better protect Canadian businesses. Zurich Canada is committed to creating a workplace that puts the well-being of people first and where everyone can contribute, grow and feel a sense of belonging.

“Our team is incredibly proud to partner with CABIP. We believe that our communities can’t thrive unless we all have opportunities for the future. By supporting individuals interested in learning more about the insurance industry, we can help bridge the opportunity gap for Black professionals and build a more diverse talent profile of qualified job applicants in our industry.” – Elizabeth McSavaney, Head of Human Resources, Zurich Canada.

“I believe that strategic partnerships are of the utmost importance when you want to make a difference. CABIP is thrilled to be working with Zurich Canada as one of these partners. Zurich Canada is an established brand and organization that has a deep understanding of the need for change within the insurance industry. We want to thank Ray Chaaya, Elizabeth McSavaney, and all of the staff at Zurich Canada, who are supporting our journey. We look forward to advancing the representation of Black insurance professionals together in the years to come.” – Dionne Bowers, Vice-Chair & Co-founder, CABIP

To learn more about Zurich 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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