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Suren Gupta on Allstate being named a Top 10 Innovator of the Decade by InformationWeek: "This recognition is a testament to the creativity of our team members who work hard to keep Allstate on the leading edge of business and technology innovation..."
Allstate’s newest employee resource group (ERG), Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations (ABLE), recently had their official kickoff meeting. There they shared the importance of increasing awareness of visible and non-apparent disabilities. This newest ERG will promote an environment that actively includes, seeks out and promotes talent from the disability community.
Allstate Veterans Engagement Team and Supporters (AVETS) hosted a Memorial Day breakfast. Attendees were joined by Anthony Vaughn, Manager of Field Services at the Illinois Department of Veteran Affairs, and Chad Woodburn, Membership Director of the Department of Illinois, to learn more about the benefits Veteran’s and their families earn through serving. The event was an excellent reminder of Allstate's commitment to support our Veterans.
As a part of #GoodWorkWeek, Allstate featured Hudson Taylor, founder and executive director of Athlete Ally, an organization that aims to make sports a safe, respectful and inclusive space for everyone. Hudson spoke about the importance of creating an ally culture, not only in sports, but in the workplace, and why inclusion is necessary for business to thrive.
Haben Girma, a global inclusion leader who was the first Deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law School, shared a powerful presentation at one of Allstate’s #GoodWorkWeek sessions. She spoke about the importance of accessibility and inclusion in one’s career and why it is important to stand up for one’s beliefs.
Allstate kicked off Good Work Week, a week dedicated to helping Allstaters take charge of their careers. Monday’s speaker was John K. Coyle, an author, an Olympic medalist and a motivational speaker who spoke at the first session titled “The Power of You: Design for Your Strengths” where he talked about applying design thinking principles to amplify ones strengths. Looking to be a part of an organization where you can take charge of your career? Find it here: http://a.ll.st/rLBTsb
Over 100 Urban Initiatives soccer team captains joined Allstate for an onsite retreat titled “Take the Lead” earlier this month. Urban Initiatives’ mission is to empower Chicago’s youth to become agents of community change through academic success, healthy living, and leadership development. Students heard from an Allstate leadership panel, participated in team building activities and played soccer with nearly 60 Allstate volunteers. The day was focused on good sportsmanship, task persistence and conflict resolution. #BringOutTheGood
This past weekend, the team members from our office in Yuma, AZ bonded with some canines at the Humane Society of Yuma for #BringOutTheGood Month. “I was happy to know that we would be helping this organization and having the opportunity to witness first-hand all of the work that goes into getting these animals adopted,” said Raquel, an animal enthusiast and Quality Reviewer with Allstate.
This month is Bring Out the Good Month at Allstate! We are active in our communities every day, but in April, Allstate dedicates an entire month to celebrating all our community involvement activities. Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing the ways we’re giving back across the country.