Allianz Donates $5,000 To Indspire
Roberta Jamieson, CEO of Indspire, and Gino Riola, Allianz Global Assistance Canada
Allianz Global Assistance Canada has presented
Indspire, a national Indigenous-led charity, with a $5,000 donation as part of
the company’s overall commitment to continuing education and its investment in
Allianz says the donation to Indspire, which focuses on education, continuous learning and growth for First Nation, Inuit, and Métis students in remote communities, rural areas and urban centres across Canada, is a natural extension of the company’s EASY Training Program for travel agents and brokers.
“Indspire was selected because it’s entirely focused on providing educational opportunities through scholarships and bursaries to one of our most underserviced populations, Indigenous youth,” said Gino Riola, vice president of sales, Allianz Global Assistance Canada. “Their dedication to providing continuous improvement through education and skills training is not only needed, it mirrors our philosophy and commitment to self-improvement and ongoing learning through our EASY Training Program.”Allianz’s EASY Training Program for agents and brokers offers courses on travel insurance, with the goal of obtaining professional Continuous Education credits.