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ELITE WOMEN 2019 TERESA LOGUE Vice president and head of lean management Zurich North America

With more than 20 years of experience in progressive leadership roles, Teresa Logue’s leadership and commitment to the people around her have accentuated her versatile approach in engaging teams and individuals. As the lead of Zurich North America’s Women’s Innovation Network, Logue helps to inspire, connect and develop women at every stage of their careers, while also helping to build a more engaging and connected culture. Her passion for coaching and mentoring individuals both inside and outside of Zurich has allowed Logue to help develop the careers of countless individuals. Outside of Zurich, Logue sits on the board of the nonprofit organization Partners for Our Communities, which helps connect people to local resources and pathways to integration and success. In addition, she completed the Senior Leadership Program at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and the Full-Spectrum Innovation Program at the Wharton School’s Aresty Institute.

ANGELA KORVER Owner and director of operations The Insurance Center

Before she entered insurance, Angela Korver started her career in the marketing and advertising industry, where she worked for various startups, as well as national companies like AT&T and Microsoft. Today, Korver co-leads The Insurance Center, an independent MGA based in Anchorage, Alaska, alongside her husband. Over the past 13 years, Korver has been actively involved in multiple organizations, including serving as the executive director of the Alaska Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers from 2009 to 2010, serving as associate membership chairperson for Alaska Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers [AIIAB] from 2018 to 2019, and currently serving as the AIIAB convention committee chair. Korver has also been on the Insurance Professionals of Anchorage board for the past four years, serving as the organization’s first secretary until being named president in 2018.


KATIE MADSEN Vice president and commercial lines leader IMA of Dallas

Since Katie Madsen’s arrival at IMA of Dallas, the office has quadrupled its property & casualty revenue, and Madsen’s team has expanded from four to 15 members. In addition to managing her team, she maintains a $1.2 million book of business with a 95% client retention rate, and she has personally been involved in onboarding more than $1.2 million in new business. One of Madsen’s primary objectives has been to enhance the local brand and reputation of IMA of Dallas, and the firm has successfully gained preferred status with several carrier partners through business growth and a commitment to carrier relationships. Active in her community, Madsen serves on the fundraising committee for IMA’s annual Sandblast Volleyball Tournament, which pulls together more than 200 local insurance industry leaders and has raised more than $100,000 over the past two years in support of area nonprofits, including North Texas Junior Achievement. Madsen is also a regular speaker at forums such as the Travelers New to Insurance Industry group and SHE Travels panels.


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