Kim Alcock of McLarens fights for a more fair world

Kim Alcock

Kim Alcock, head of UK casualty at McLarens, shares how she has gone from being told the role of claims inspector was "not open to women" to leading one of the most gender diverse adjusting teams in the market.

I spent the first two years of my working life as a desk-based casualty claims technician and found handling casualty claims fascinating.

I decided I would like to

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