Vision & Mission
We strive to become leaders on the advancement of supplier and governing board diversity in the insurance industry. Through our programs and initiatives, we are committed to achieving greater equity for diverse business communities and board leadership by providing transparency on the state of supplier and governing board diversity through access to data, resources, and thought leadership.
To accomplish these goals, the Department of Insurance conducts outreach & research, creates partnerships, hosts events, and administers surveys to collect and publicly disseminate information about the state of diversity in the insurance industry.
Insurance Diversity Task Force Members
The Commissioner appoints a minimum 12, and up to a maximum 15 members, with at least:
- The commissioner or the commissioner's designee.
- Two members who are representatives in the insurance industry, one of whom shall, at the time of appointment, serve as a practitioner in the field of supplier diversity, and one of whom shall, at the time of the appointment, have expertise in governing board diversity.
- Two members who are representatives of a minority business enterprise.
- Two members who are representatives of a women business enterprise.
- A member who is a representative of a disabled veteran business enterprise or a veteran business enterprise.
- A member who is a representative of an LGBT business enterprise.
- Two members with expertise in the field of supplier diversity.
- Two members with expertise in the field of governing board diversity.
- Term length: 2 years; unlimited terms
- Meetings: Occur quarterly. Members commit to attending, at minimum, 2 of the 4 scheduled meetings.
- Compensation: Members may be reimbursed for travel expenses related to attendance at meetings, but are not otherwise compensated for their services.
- FPPC Form 700 Statement of Economic Interest filing required: No