Three insurance industry leaders have been named to the 16th class of The Network Journal’s 25 Influential Black Women in Business. Lori Dickerson Fouché, Kimberley, Crews Goode and Teresa White are among 25 women who were selected from hundreds of nominations. Each is an owner, partner, president, CEO, CFO, COO, CIO, board chair, senior or management level executive or a woman entrusted with significant decision-making authority in a corporation or not-for-profit organization.

Lori Dickerson Fouché is CEO of Prudential Group Insurance. She has spent more than 20 years in insurance, rising in the ranks at both Chubb & Son and Fireman’s Fund Insurance Co., before joining Prudential Group Insurance as president and COO in 2013. She was named CEO in February 2014.

Kimberley Crews Goode is VP, communications and corporate affairs at Northwestern Mutual. She is responsible for developing and executing the firm’s internal and external communications strategy. Goode also has served as the president of the Northwestern Mutual Foundation. She began her career at Allstate Insurance, followed by positions at Galileo International, American Express Co., Prudential Financial, Kellogg Co., and Visteon Corp.

Teresa White is executive VP and COO of Aflac U.S. She leads the support for sales, marketing and service for the firm’s voluntary products on both individual and group platforms. White oversees 4,000 employees and more than 70,000 independent sales agents. She began her career at Aflac in 1998 and held various positions, most recently overseeing administration and information technology as executive VP of internal operations and chief service officer.

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