Our Presentation This Month...
How a Diverse Workforce Can Impact the Risk Management Industry
Marques Torbert, CEO of Ametros
Margaret Spence, CEO of C. Douglas & Associates, Inc.
Join Zoom Meeting: https://rims.zoom.us/j/98057412290
An extremely relevant and timely presentation, originally scheduled for the Denver RIMS conference...
Discover how diversity positively affects how professionals connect with and care for injured workers. Consider recruitment and management changes you can make to encourage a diverse workforce that also foster innovation, better work environments, faster problem solving and even increased profits.
Marques Torbert – Chief Executive Officer of Ametros
Prior to Ametros, he worked as an investor and consultant within the insurance and business services sector. Marques was previously the principal adviser to Millbrook, an Associate with Clarion Capital Partners (a middle market private equity firm), and an investment banker with Lazard Freres. He has been instrumental in working with multiple privately held organizations within the claims solutions management and managed care industries.
Marques obtained his B.A. in Economics from Columbia University and his MBA from Harvard Business School. He is currently on the Board of Directors of Ametros, and is also a member of the Board of Trustees for Merrimack College, as well as, University School, a private K-12 school in Cleveland. Marques currently resides in Boston with his wife Alexandra and his two daughters.
Margaret Spence – Founder, The Employee to CEO Project, and CEO of C. Douglas & Associates, Inc.
A transformational leadership development expert, keynote speaker, business strategist, and champion for women in the C-Suite. Determined to create a glide path for diversity and inclusion in executive leadership, Margaret launched The Employee to CEO Project, a global initiative aimed at increasing the representation of women, with specific emphasis on minority women, in C-Level leadership roles. Her bold mission to empower ten-thousand diverse women, over the next five years, into executive leadership and ultimately into the C-Suite.
Margaret has authored three books, she is an HR Agitator using her lived experiences to shape future HR policy. Her latest book, Leadership Self-Transformation: 52 Career-Defining Questions Every High-Achieving Women Must Answer, challenges women to clarify their vision, pivot from expert to leader, and build the career they want. The opening chapter of her book asks women two simple questions, what do you want, and why don’t you have it now? To learn more about Margaret visit her website – www.EmployeetoCEOProject.com