At Farmers Insurance, women represent 52 percent of the employee base and one-third of its leadership positions. Currently, its chief administrative officer, chief information officer (Shohreh Abedi – a 2011 WIL winner) chief communications officer and chief learning officer are women, and four members of its outside Boards of Governors are women.

Two years ago, a group of Farmers women set out to establish the insurer’s Women’s Leadership Network, which focuses on creating a culture that attracts, develops and retains talented women who contribute to the achievement of its business goals.

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