Sacramento, Calif. – Julie Davis believes that women working in insurance have the unique skill sets and innovative ideas that are keys to reforming the industry, and that risk-taking in bringing forth these innovations should be rewarded. The problem, Davis said, is that risk-taking is something women tend to avoid in the insurance industry.

This week the executive vice president for Aon Corp., told attendees at California Women’s Network conference in Sacramento that this dilemma is not insurmountable, and that, even in a tough competitive environment, women can and should play the role of “change agent.”

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