Claims Consortium Group’s Claire Lashbrook has been awarded Young Professional of the Year by the Exeter branch of the Chartered Institute of Insurance (CII).
The David Grimley Memorial Award for Young Professional of the Year recognises the development and achievement of young members in the Institute, and was presented at Exeter’s 96th Annual Dinner.
Claire said: “It is a huge honour to be recognised by the Institute at this level, particularly for doing a role which I genuinely love.”
Debbie Mawer, Director of People and Culture at Claims Consortium, added: “We are incredibly proud of Claire’s achievements both in her contributions to the industry through her role with the CII, and in the development of her role here at Claims Consortium. She is a brilliant advocate for young people in our profession, and is hugely deserving of this award.
Claire is a CII council member. Last year she was named as Careers Officer within the Exeter branch, a role which sees her visit schools and colleges to talk about opportunities within insurance.
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