About the Council
GammaSAID (Solutions for Authenticity, Inclusion, and Diversity) is Gamma Iota Sigma’s student-centered diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy driving long-term insurance industry talent pool growth, diversification, and accessibility. GammaSAID engages both students and industry stakeholders to amplify authenticity, inclusion, and diversity within the insurance industry through the development of resources, forums, and actionable solutions.
GammaSAID Student Council
GammaSAID’s Student Council develops resources and presents programming year-round for the benefit of all 5,000+ members, providing the student voice on matters of diversity and inclusion. The Council offers a D&I framework and promotes best practices encouraging students to build D&I into everyday conversations, intentions, outreach, and events, including how to meaningfully engage other majors and groups on campus. It is comprised of the GammaSAID Alumni Chair, Student Chair, and Vice Chair.
GammaSAID Industry Council
GammaSAID’s Industry Council is comprised of DEI champions and executives within the insurance industry who provide strategic guidance to Gamma Iota Sigma and GammaSAID initiatives.
Grand Chapter D&I Programming
The Grand Chapter delivers innovative programs, events, and collaborative forums for DEI discussions and resource sharing among students and industry.
HBCU Engagement Initiative
GIS is committed to expanding and diversifying the talent pipeline for the insurance industry and showcasing its career opportunities and resources to students of all majors and backgrounds. Gamma Iota Sigma's ongoing collaboration with students, faculty, and career services professionals from HBCUs allows GIS to further its commitment to an inclusive membership strategy and guide the insurance industry's diversity recruiting practices.
Apply to be on the Council
Gamma is seeking current members of Gamma Iota Sigma to serve in a leadership position on the GammaSAID Council. GammaSAID is a student-focused strategy driving impact in the insurance industry, developing resources, and presenting programs year-round to provide education on matters of diversity and inclusion.
Applications are due by Friday, March 5, 2021