Women in Insurance

Elite Ladies of The AllianceThe Alliance believes that it can be the company that helps the most women earn more than $250,000 annually, and a recent partnership between the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) and Women in Insurance & Financial Services (WIFS) is happening when some research finds women’s climb within advisories has plateaued, according to a study completed by InvestmentNews.

The article claims that women are fairly represented within the lower ranks of advisor firms, but that number dwindles when it comes to being a lead advisor and practicing partner, according to research from InvestmentNews.

The good news for female members of The Alliance is that anybody can advance up the ranks based on results. You are able to determine how high you climb with our company, and you are able to set your schedule to fit your day-to-day activities.

We believe you should be promoted based on what you do and not who you know. Your advancement with The Alliance will be based on your efforts and that is the way it should be.

Now is a great time for business-minded women to join our company. Many insurance veterans are retiring and the number of those entering the field is not keeping pace with those making their exit. There is a major need for new talent and The Alliance is actively seeking people who want to build a business and start a career that will be rewarding in many different ways.

The Alliance is committed to supporting the advancement of all people – including women looking for an opportunity to be successful. The NAIFA-WIFS partnership is another reminder that there is a void that needs to be filled in our industry. This is a great time to identify and hire more agents to help protect clients in the United States.


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