Alliant Insurance Services’ Lilian Vanvieldt Named to Insurance Business Global 100
Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer recognized among global insurance leaders
IRVINE, CA — Insurance Business has named Lilian Vanvieldt, Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer of Alliant Insurance Services, to its prestigious Global 100 list. Vanvieldt was chosen from a large pool of insurance leaders and professionals worldwide and was recognized for her outstanding performance as an executive and producer.
Insurance Business’ third annual Global 100 list highlights the top performers in the industry across global markets, including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Asia-Pacific, and the United Kingdom.
“Lilian is an influential leader who brings positive change and growth in our company and in the communities where we operate,” said Tom Corbett, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alliant Insurance Services. “Lilian’s leadership of our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion team and long-term success in brokerage sets her apart as one of our industry’s most visionary leaders.”
Vanvieldt is a 30-plus-year insurance industry veteran and longtime community activist who uses her experience, influence, and passion to bring about positive change. As Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, she leads a companywide effort to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within Alliant and in the broader insurance industry through a focus on awareness, training, and mentoring.
Vanvieldt is also one the nation’s leading brokers in the education space. She leads the Alliant Kindergarten to Community College (K-14) Public Entity program and plays an influential role in setting the program’s national business strategy.
The Global 100 list highlights industry professionals across all Insurance Business’ markets who are driving tremendous innovation, change, improvement, and growth within their own companies.
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