EBA’s Top Women in Benefit Advising
From managing millions of dollars in business and taking on leadership roles to being the only woman in the boardroom, these 20 women exemplify the best the benefits advisory space has to offer.
Each of Employee Benefit Adviser’s Top Women in Benefit Advising has stood out both professionally and personally, some overcoming heavy odds to build successful practices and develop skills in demand by all clients.
Charity Daniels, president of Bottom Line Benefits, recounted how she started in the industry under her father's tutelage, and shared her later struggle of running and managing her family-run agency after her father died unexpectedly in 2015.
"I learned that I would have to demand the respect I knew I deserved, even if it meant turning down prospects and clients," Daniels says.
She’s among many making strides in a largely male-dominated industry. See this year’s winners, chosen by EBA’s editors and listed in alphabetical order. Please share your thoughts and experiences with us and on Twitter using the hashtag #TopWomeninBenefitAdvising.