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Episode Info: On the fifteenth entry of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Rose Zilinskas, a results-generating personal lines underwriting professional with experience in positions of increasing levels of responsibility. They talk about her introduction to the insurance industry, what kind of degree is best suited for pursuing a career in underwriting, and the importance of self-advocacy at work. Check the links in the show notes to connect with Rose!Connect with Rose on LinkedIn.Donate to the Justice for Breonna Taylor GoFundMe by clicking here.Find out how the CDC suggests you wash your hands by clicking here.Help food banks respond to COVID-19. Learn more at out our website.TRANSCRIPTZach: What's up, y'all? It's Zach with Living Corporate. Now, look, every now and then we try to mix it up for y'all. So look, dependency and consistency is really important, but even within those lanes of consistency, you gotta have a little bit of variety, you know what I mean? You don't come home and just eat the same thing every day, or even if you do--you know, you got a meal prep thing--maybe sometimes you put a little red sauce. Maybe sometimes you put a little green sauce. You know, you gotta just, you know, mix it up from time to time. Maybe sometimes you grill it. Maybe sometimes you saute. Maybe sometimes you rotisserie. You gotta just--am I hungry? Yes, I'm hungry, y'all. My bad. Listen, check it out. We have another entry for y'all from our See It to Be It series. Amy C. Waninger, CEO of Lead at Any Level as well as the author of Network Beyond Bias, she's actually been a member of the team for a while now, so shout-out to you, Amy. Yes, thank you very much for all of your work here. And part of her work has been in driving this series called See It to Be It, and the purpose of the series is to actually highlight black and brown professionals in these prestigious roles, like, within industries that maybe we--and when I say we I mean black and brown folks, I see y'all--may not even know exist or envision ourselves in, hence the name of the series, right? So check this out. We're gonna go ahead and transition from here. The next thing you're gonna hear is an interview with Amy C. Waninger and a super dope professional. I know y'all are gonna love it. Catch y'all next time. Peace.Amy: Rosie Zalinskas, thank you so much for joining me today. How are you?Rosie: I am doing well, Amy. How are you?Amy: Great. It is so good to have you on the show today, and I was wondering, could you tell our listeners a little bit about what it is that you do?Rosie: Yeah. So first of all thank you very much for having me on the podcast. I really appreciate it. It's very exciting. So what it is that I do, I am, by trade, an insurance underwriter. So I work with AIG, which is a property and casualty insurance company, and an underwriter actually makes a decision whether we're going to sell coverage to an insurer. So that's ...
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