February’s Select Employee for Black History Month (2022)

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“Black History Month reminds me of the beauty of being a Black woman and the diversity of our people and culture. It is a reminder that the level of reverence shown during this month is something that needs to be consistent the entire year. It’s a call to action to continue to advocate for and uplift those within society that are often marginalized”

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February's Select Employee (2022)

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“Berkley Select is a well-known and respected insurance carrier for as long as I have been a part of this industry. I have been fortunate to grow in my career and find many opportunities in professional liability insurance. I hope to apply my experience in Program Management to help grow our current programs and leverage the relationships I have forged over the years to drive new opportunities.”

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Berkley Select Celebrates Its 30 Year Anniversary

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Berkley Select began operations in June 1992 as Monitor Liability Managers with just a few employees offering directors’ and officers’ liability insurance. Since then, the business has grown to over 100 employees while servicing partners nationwide from its home office in Chicago.

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December's Select Employee (2021)

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My insurance experience spans working at an MGA and multiple carriers specializing in professional liability. I have proudly served on the Professional Liability Underwriting Society’s (PLUS) Midwest Steering Committee and I have been a guest speaker as well as a moderator at several industry events. I enjoy what I do and the people that make this profession fun and interesting.

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June’s Select Employee (2021)

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For most of my professional career, I have been fortunate enough to work for companies like Berkley Select that value diversity and do not tolerate discrimination. But, until last year, it was legal in many states to fire a person because they are gay.

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