Keynote Plenary Panel, March 18 - Securing the D&I Future
About Louise Perrin
Louise began her State Farm career in 1985 as a trainee agent in Evansville, Ind. She moved to Chicago as an agent in 1987 and was appointed agency manager in Oak Park, Ill., in 1990. She was named agency field executive in Chicago in 1995 and executive assistant in the President's Office at corporate headquarters in 1996. She moved to the Northeastern Region in 1997 as vice president - agency. In 2002, she was named Agency Vice President in the Heartland Zone. In January 2009, she was asked to oversee the Executive Assistants Development Program and Convention and Travel at Corporate. In October 2009, she assumed her current position.
A native of California, Perrin received her bachelor's degree from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. She earned an MBA from Cornell University. She has earned her LUTCF designation and is currently working on her CLU. Louise has sat on the board of the Milwaukee Chapter of the American Red Cross and was active with the Northside YMCA. Louise was also a board member of the Milwaukee Ballet. She is a founding member and board member of P.R.I.D.E. (People Responsible for the Development of Education) in Evansville, Ind., B.E.S.T. (a State Farm adopt-a-school program) in Chicago, the Tri-Taylor Community Association and chairman of NHS Annual Neighborworks Day. Louise was selected as a Woman of Influence/Inspirational Leader by the Business Journal of Greater Milwaukee. She and her husband, Carl, have a daughter, Alexis.