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As individuals with their own stories to tell, we know how vulnerable and exhausting reliving these moments can be. We see you.
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The Secret Queer Lives of Historical Figures: Nikola Tesla
By: Bryan K. Ludeña Campoverde Nikola Tesla’s personal life has been the subject of much speculation, and there is no definitive proof of his sexual orientation. However, some evidence suggests that Tesla may have been gay. In addition to his close friendship with Robert Underwood Johnson, Tesla also had a strong emotional attachment to his … Read more
Unlocking the Benefits of Reminiscence for Improved Mental Health
Reminiscing about positive memories can have a significant impact on mental health and well-being.
Mastering the Art of Courageous Conversations
By: Bryan K. Ludeña Campoverde Introduction Difficult conversations can be challenging, but they are often necessary for resolving conflicts and building stronger relationships. In the context of promoting greater equality, having difficult conversations can be particularly important for addressing issues of discrimination, bias, and systemic inequalities. In this blog post, we will provide tips and … Read more
Mentorship for Equality
By: Bryan K. Ludeña Campoverde From the earliest days of human history, mentorship has played a crucial role in our personaland professional growth. It is a practice that has been passed down from generation togeneration and has evolved over time to reflect the changing needs of society. Today,mentorship is more important than ever as a … Read more
From Diversity to Social Responsibility: The Conversations We Need to Have
By: Bryan K. Ludeña Campoverde In today’s rapidly changing world, it’s more important than ever to have open and honestconversations about the issues that matter. By talking about topics such as diversity andinclusion, mental health, environmental sustainability, education, and social responsibility, wecan build a more equitable, inclusive, and sustainable society.Important topics:Diversity and Inclusion: Diversity is … Read more
The ultimate don’t in insurance recruiting
“Only born US citizens [white]… [Don’t share with candidates]” Yep. That’s real. And it made its way into a published job ad on Indeed thanks to Berkshire Hathaway recruiter Arthur Grand Technologies. Here at Insure Equality, we’re exposed to many stories of racism and discrimination but rarely do we see something so overtly white supremacist … Read more
The Importance of Belonging
By: Bryan K. Ludeña Campoverde Introduction: Have you ever felt like you didn’t fit in or felt like a stranger in the environment around you? If so, you are not alone. Many people experience feelings of loneliness or disconnection at some point in their lives. But what if there was a way to feel more … Read more
By: Bryan K. Ludeña Campoverde Are you feeling demotivated, stressed, and exhausted at work? You may be experiencing burnout, a type of job-related exhaustion that can affect your physical, psychological, and emotional health. But don’t worry, there are ways to prevent and manage burnout to improve your well-being. Burnout is a serious problem that can … Read more
Equal Pay Day: insurance ranked worst for paying women fairly
Equal Pay Day, marked on March 14th, recognizes the extra 3.5 months women have to work to earn what men earned in 12. Of all industries, finance and insurance is the worst for gender pay discrepancies, with women on average earning 77 cents for every dollar paid to men. Elisa Stampf and Kyli Ortlieb were … Read more
Celebrating the insurance industry’s DEI stars
This week, Insurance Business America released its report on diversity, equity, and inclusion in insurance. After 15 weeks of interviews and surveys, IBA awarded 17 participants its coveted 5-star rating. The report reaffirms that DEI is at the core of our industry, helping guide service provision, recruitment, HR and governance. While implementation varies, one approach … Read more