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Impacting the Business

Owen Found Variability & Growth in AMCS

Meet Owen, one of our Management Consultants in Allstate Management Consulting Services (AMCS)!

After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana University in 2011, Owen joined the Allstate Leadership Development Program (LDP). As part of LDP, Owen rotated through different departments across the enterprise over the course of three years, building business acumen and developing his professional skills.

As his third-year rotation came to a close, and he started to look for a permanent job at Allstate, Owen learned about the AMCS department. AMCS is known for partnering with areas across Allstate to solve for strategic and operational challenges. His interest was piqued for similar reasons he was attracted to LDP – variability and growth. Owen was excited to learn that joining AMCS would allow him to solve complex problems, work with leaders across the organization on projects directly connected to Allstate’s long term strategy and help drive transformational change. Owen knew he found where he wanted to take his next step at Allstate.

“When I first joined the team, I was given the chance to truly sit at the table and weigh in on strategic decisions that can impact the whole enterprise,” Owen says.

Owen has now been on the AMCS team for four years and has found himself responsible for strategizing, brainstorming, piloting solutions, and implementing change. He enjoys the type of work he is doing along with the department’s (and Allstate’s) commitment to work/life balance. “Once I was established on my team, I found I had a lot of freedom to get my work done with my own style and pace – this may mean different hours, working remotely, finding what works best for you,” he says.

There’s a place for all different types of people and all types of career aspirations at Allstate. Are you ready to take advantage of one of Allstate’s many opportunities? View our open positions with AMCS and beyond.

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Civic 50 Award

Allstate recognized as one of the 50 most community-minded companies in the U.S.

Allstate Insurance Company was named an honoree of The Civic 50 by Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. The award recognizes Allstate as one of the most community-minded companies in the United States.

 “Allstaters care. The Civic 50 honor is a testament to the incredible passion our agency force and employees have for giving back in communities across America,” said Vicky Dinges, Allstate’s Senior Vice President of Corporate Responsibility. “Day in and day out, our people are making a difference. They’re helping youth learn critical life skills like persistence and confidence. They’re working tirelessly to end domestic violence. And they’re volunteering wherever and whenever they see a need. We care deeply about being a force for good in our customers’ lives.” 

 The Allstate Foundation, Allstate, its employees and agency force support a wide range of causes, with a focus on two social impact areas: youth empowerment and financial empowerment for domestic violence survivors. In 2017, Allstate enabled young leaders to donate more than 3.5 million service hours and raise $5.3 million for charitable causes through Allstate Foundation Good Starts Young-sponsored programs. In addition, Allstate Foundation Purple Purse helped 370,000 domestic violence survivors break free from abuse.

 The Civic 50 showcases how companies can use their time, skills and other resources to improve the communities where they do business. The honorees are public and private companies with U.S. operations and revenues of $1 billion or more, and are selected based on four dimensions of their U.S. community engagement program: investment, integration, institutionalization and impact.


For more information on Allstate and its social impact, visit allstatesustainability.com.