Thirty years ago, it was estimated that women comprised only 1.5% of insurance senior-level position appointments. By 1990, that figure had doubled to 3%, signifying a new focus on the ways women could help each other break through the glass ceiling.

So at this year at INN's Women in Insurance Leadership Forum event, it was not surprising to see the growing throngs of women who already have done just that - a great feat in the insurance industry that did not go unnoticed. But now that women have broken through the glass ceiling, they are entering new territory.

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