Transamerica Joins the WGR Empowerment Network
Monday, April 20, 2020
WGR is thrilled to welcome Transamerica as an Advocate member of the WGR Empowerment Network.
Why We Support
Transamerica has a commitment to diversity and inclusion and understands that the success of our business depends on building relationships. People are the company’s greatest asset, and employees are encouraged to pursue career development opportunities. WGR provides fantastic networking events for relationship building, and a community of women to learn from and grow with. Women’s voices and perspective need to be heard at all levels of government, especially at the top, where more representation is needed. WGR is the perfect forum for supporting one another and empowering us all to work towards achieving that representation.
Transamerica has stood for innovation since 1904, when a young entrepreneur named Amadeo P. Giannini founded a bank in San Francisco to make financial services available to everyone. With over 8,500 employees, serving almost 12 million customers, Transamerica provides a broad range of life insurance and investment products, individual and group. Transamerica has a commitment to Wealth + Health, that doesn’t end with just its customers and employees. With its sponsorships, Transamerica promotes a healthy lifestyle and financial fitness in its communities. The company collaborates with the American Heart Association (AHA) to deliver content, tools, and strategies to help financial professionals and employers better serve their audiences. In addition, Transamerica is working with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) AgeLab, in a long-term research collaboration to design, develop and deploy innovations that have an impact on how the world’s aging population will live, work and play in the future.
WGR is supported through membership fees and sponsorships. Sponsors support WGR's mission of advancing and empowering women in government relations. WGR does not endorse sponsor products or policies and does not accept government funding or perform contract research.