Photos from the 2018 Boston WLN Event

On Thursday, March 15 the PLUS Foundation’s Women’s Leadership Network hosted Moving Women into Positions of Leadership and How to Bring Men into the Conversation at the Boston College Club in downtown Boston.

The event featured executives from Boston’s business community discussing the challenges facing women as they climb the corporate ladder, sharing first-hand experiences as to how individuals and companies can overcome a preference for the status quo, and offering expert advice regarding how to engage men in the conversation and foster gender partnership.

Thanks to everyone who made this great event possible.

The Women’s Leadership Network has several other events planned throughout the country. Find one near you and register to attend today!

April 19 in Hartford
Changing the Trajectory: Yourself, Your Workplace, and Your Legacy
Jennifer Openshaw, CEO of Girls with Impact

May 3 in Chicago
The Value of Leadership in Today’s Global Marketplace
Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyd’s of London

May 22 in San Francisco
Abusers and Accusers: How Women Leaders are Changing the World 
Catharine A. MacKinnon, Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School, The James Barr Ames Visiting Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Enjoy the photos from the Boston event…

PLUS Launches Applications for 2019 LAMP Cohort


PLUS has opened the call for eligible professional liability professionals to apply for the 2019 cohort of the Diversity Leadership & Mentoring Program (LAMP). Deadline for submissions is Friday, April 6.

“Today’s competitive environment requires organizations to develop leaders who bring a wide variety of professional and personal experience to the marketplace,” said PLUS Executive Director Robbie Thompson. “PLUS’s answer to that challenge is LAMP.”

LAMP is a leadership development training program for PLUS members from diverse and traditionally under-represented groups within the professional liability insurance industry. During the one-year experience, participants receive group leadership training, pairing with a seasoned PLUS mentor, registration, travel, and lodging to the annual PLUS Conference and other select education programs, and access to up to three PLUS Curriculum study modules and three complimentary RPLU examinations.

Participants are selected out of a competitive application process overseen by seven members of the PLUS Diversity & Inclusion Committee.

Further details on the program, including how to apply, can be found here.