Upcoming Events

Chicago Golf Clinic

When: Tuesday, February 26, 2019, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Where: Links & Tees – Addison, Illinois

All skill levels are welcome for golf lessons from a local pro! Sharpen your skills or learn the basics with a local professional golfer, Rich Dukelow. Rich will give lessons, and then we will head to the bar for some drinks to celebrate our new skills.

Sponsorships are available. Contact Julie at julie@jpbmms.com to get your company involved.

Space is limited! Click here to register now.





WCRI Pre-Conference Event: Future of Work

When: Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Where: Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Salons 5-7 – Phoenix, Arizona
Cultures are changing. Worker expectations are evolving. The workers’ compensation industry is facing high turnover and an aging workforce. Companies are heavily focused on talent attraction and retention and addressing the multi-generational needs of the workforce. Have you considered how personal connections and purposeful work impact job satisfaction? Read more about agenda and speakers here.

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2019 RIMS Post-Conference Event: Rise & Resilience

When: Thursday, May 2, 2019, 9:45am – 12:00pm (EST)
Where: Hyatt Regency Boston – Boston, Massachusetts
Join the Alliance after RIMS in Boston for a post-conference session featuring keynote speaker Rebekah Gregory on the theme Rise & Resilience. We will also introduce the new Employer Advisory Committee. Shuttle service to the Hyatt Regency will be available.

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Triangle Chapter: Speed Mentoring & Networking Event

When: Tuesday, May 7, 2019, 5:30pm – 7:00pm (EST)
Where: Clouds Brewery – 126 N West Street, Raleigh, North Carolina
Join the Triangle chapter of the Alliance for our exciting spring event. Speed Mentoring and Networking is a fast-paced and fun way to interact with other women in our industry. Our thoughtful exercises are designed to connect women at all experience levels and in all areas of the workers’ compensation community.

Contact Katelyn Babson for more information at kbabson@cshlaw.com. Sponsorship opportunities are available.

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Chicago CLM Pre-Conference Event: Using Emotional Intelligence for Success

When: Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 8:00am – 11:30am (CST)
Where: Shirley Ryan AbilityLab – Chicago, Illinois

Business acumen alone is not enough to lead teams, retain and develop staff, and drive performance. Successful leaders have strong emotional intelligence. Recognized for lifting their teams to new heights, leaders with strong emotional intelligence are flexible and adapt to new situations, and are known for being transparent and empathetic. Emotional intelligence can be learned and developed over time.

Delivering the keynote is Andy Kindler, a career coach who has developed many prominent leaders in our industry. We will learn about emotional intelligence and key components of this critical soft skill. Following the keynote is a moderated panel of industry stakeholders sharing their insights on emotional intelligence in the workplace. Registration opens at 8am with the welcome at 8:30am. Visit the event page for more details on speakers and the agenda.

Click here to register now – space is limited!




Save the Date: 2019 Comp Laude® Conference Event

When: Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Where: Pasea Hotel & Spa in Huntington Beach, California

More details coming soon. Save the date for the 2019 event.

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Ambassador Program

The Alliance is seeking local Ambassadors who will become essential to building regional communities in cities around the U.S. Please contact us at events@allianceofwomen.org if you are interested in taking the lead in building a community in your city or industry vertical, or participating in the organization at a leadership level.

  • The ambassador program is for local area networking.
  • Program events are open to all women and men working in the workers’ compensation market and are designed to spark conversation and collaboration with one another.
  • Event types include: networking, workshops, seminars, panel discussions, and events linked to regional conferences.
  • Ambassadors are essential to building communities in cities and regions around the U.S.