Trustmark Companies Supports Executive Women in Health Care by Sponsoring WBL Foundation & WBL's 13th Annual Summit, March 12-14, Scottsdale, Ariz.

LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Trustmark Companies today announced it is a bronze sponsor of the Women Business Leaders (WBL) of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation and WBL’s 13th Annual Summit.

The WBL summit will be a peer gathering of more than 180 board members, CEOs and other senior executive women for the $3 trillion healthcare industry. The three-day event will be a forum for cross-industry dialogue to help these senior leaders study misalignment and the often-competing demands of their industry. The Summit also focuses on increasing visibility for senior executive women from the healthcare industry for board of director and CEO positions with companies across the entire U.S. economy.

Trustmark Companies board member and founder of the WBL Foundation, Lynn Shapiro Snyder, Trustmark Companies Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Communications, Kate Martiné, and Kristin Zelkowitz, Vice President, Talent Management, will be in attendance. Notable speakers include Professor Deborah Gruenfeld, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Alexandra Drane, Former Chief Visionary Officer and Founder of Eliza Corporation and Board Member, TEDMED. The summit will be held March 12-14 at the Fairmont Princess in Scottsdale, Ariz.

About the Trustmark Companies
Trustmark celebrates 100 years. Through its businesses, Trustmark provides access to a full spectrum of flexible benefit solutions, including benefits administration, payroll-deducted voluntary products, group medical benefits, and health and fitness management programs. The success of each Trustmark company is based on building and maintaining trust through personal, responsive service and flexible benefit solutions. For more information, visit

About WBL
The Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Industry FoundationTM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit comprising a network of more than 3,000 senior executive women and women board members in the WBL network. WBL crosses silos and is a place for women on the executive teams of insurance, hospital, life sciences, and other types of healthcare companies to have honest conversations about their industry. The mission of WBL is to connect and convene senior executive women from across the healthcare industry to create meaningful cross-sector relationships, expand their leadership, and harness their collective power to improve the industry. To learn more, visit

Cindy Gallaher