Expanding the insurance industry’s workforce diversity, including recruiting and developing more female executives, is not only good politics and good corporate citizenship, but good business, one award-winning woman suggests.

Indeed, for more female insurance executives to rise to the coveted “C-suite”–where CEOs, CFOs and other top company officials reside–carriers need to establish proactive recruitment, mentoring and development programs that are family-friendly, according to Janice Tomlinson, named 2009′s “Insurance Woman of the Year Award” by the Association of Professional Insurance Women.

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