The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) announces Evelyn Boswell as the company’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) Director. Boswell will start her new role effective mid-September. The DE&I function reinforces the NAIC’s commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. Boswell’s appointment is a first for the organization. Based in Kansas City, Missouri, Boswell will be responsible for leading the NAIC Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts throughout the organization, including overseeing the newly formed DE&I Council.
“One of NAIC’s core values is creating a community where diverse voices are heard and valued,” said NAIC CEO, Michael Consedine. “We look forward to Evelyn’s leadership as we work to strengthen NAIC’s culture and her expertise to support the efforts of the new Special Committee on Race and Insurance.” Boswell has more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources, leading Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in major Kansas City organizations including Hallmark Cards, GEHA, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, and Ronald McDonald House Charities. Boswell received her master’s degree from Webster University in Human Resources Management and her bachelor’s degree from Arkansas State University in Health Services Management.
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