Nov 30
Chapter Meeting

November Chapter Meeting - Addressing the Insurance Industry Talent Crisis with an Inclusive Lens

11/30/21 12:00pm to 1:00pm

SPEAKER: Kelly Ector-Posey, CPCU, SCLA, AIC, GRM US Claims DEI Program Manager, Liberty Mutual Insurance
TOPIC: The Importance of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in the Workplace: Addressing the Insurance Industry Talent Crisis with an Inclusive Lens
Ms. Ector-Posey will focus on the benefits of recruiting from a diverse pool of candidates, ways to go about recruiting, as well as the importance of retention efforts.


Date: Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Presentation: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. 
Location: Webinar ONLY! Zoom Link information will be included on the Eventbrite online events page viewable after registration. I will also send out the link the day prior to the event to all who have registered.
Cost: FREE for all attendees


To view complete information on the November Monthly Meeting and to register, please use this link:

Kelly graduated from Denison University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and has 20+ years insurance industry experience. She has been a dedicated Claims professional working in several lines of business including Auto Property Damage, Field Bodily Injury, and Core and Complex Casualty Claims.

Most recently, Kelly has taken on a special assignment as a Program Manager focused on improving Claims Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, engagement, representation and recruiting at Liberty Mutual Insurance. Throughout her tenure, Kelly has created and led numerous Bodily Injury Seminars as well as DE&I Exercises and Discussion Groups.

She is currently on the leadership team for the Women’s ERG Career-Recruiting sub-committee, working closely with dedicated leaders implementing new and exciting initiatives to help all employees succeed across the enterprise. She was a key player in conceptualizing the local DEI Council’s Mentorship Program, focused on pairing diverse employees with other engaged professionals who were eager to work as allies, helping to create a more equitable space and improve career pathing for all employees.

She has served as a moderator for the Ohio Diversity Council Multicultural Affairs Panel and regularly attends local Diversity Council events, promoting the importance of attracting and retaining diverse talent in the insurance industry. Kelly has presented to several insurance professionals across the country, helping to spread the word about the importance of diversity in the workplace. In her spare time, Kelly enjoys spending time with her family, listening to a variety of podcasts, and diving into multiple books at once.

Thanks to Nash Property Claims as our 2021 Monthly Meetings Sponsor. To learn more about Nash Property Claims, please visit the company website:

The monthly meetings are not just limited to CPCUs.  We encourage non-CPCUs to attend as well so be sure to invite your co-workers and friends. 

Charitable Donation

As has become our custom, we will donate $50 to the speaker’s charity of choice. Kelly has chosen the Ruth Lyons Children’s Fund in Cincinnati, Ohio. This fund recognizes that a child’s psychological well-being is vitally important to his or her medical recovery while in the hospital so it works to ensure a positive emotional experience. Every child receives a gift of their very own to keep when they stay overnight at the hospital. In addition, there are decorated and toy-stocked playrooms and activity centers, book carts, TVs, DVDs, computer games, and parties for birthdays and holidays throughout the year, all provided by the fund.

Here’s how to donate:

By Mail:

Ruth Lyons Children’s Fund
P.O. Box 59
Cincinnati, OH 45201
Or, to donate using a credit card, call (513) 412-5007.

Thank you. We look forward to seeing you on Zoom at noon on Tuesday, November 30th!