Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology magazine honored Rose Marie Glazer, Vice President, Corporate Secretary and Deputy General Counsel at AIG, as one of the 20 Most Influential Hispanics in Technology in the spring 2017 edition of the publication.
The Most Influential Hispanics in Technology list recognizes professionals for progressive leadership, outstanding achievements in the STEM fields, and promotion of diversity and inclusion.
Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology magazine shares the achievements of Hispanics in science, technology, engineering, and math careers. While this is the first time that the magazine has named Rose Marie one of its top 20 honorees, the publication has highlighted her work before.
Rose Marie has embraced technology throughout her career in law. Before joining AIG, she served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel for an electricity, automation, and digitization company. She also worked at internet infrastructure, call center, and air transportation technology companies.
Rose Marie brings her deep experience in both the legal and technology fields to AIG. She views technology as a valuable enabler that can support the efficiency and decision making of the company’s Legal team.
Rose Marie believes that "Tech can become the fabric of the insurance industry in the way we write policies and do virtual feedback on models, for instance…the companies that best figure out how to leverage data can [lead] the future."
Rose Marie adds that the Global Legal, Compliance, and Regulatory team at AIG is “thinking more about data-driven decisions and how to use technology to do repetitive tasks that do not need human intervention. Once we implement these tools, our people can use the time they would have spent on a repetitive task to be proactive rather than reactive.''
"I like the fact that as an in-house counsel at AIG, I have a seat at the table and can bring my perspective to the conversation. It's empowering and rewarding,” she explains.