Ganoni and Wernicke of Humana to Speak at St. Norbert College CEO Breakfast
Tuesday, March 26, at 7:30 a.m.
From St. Norbert College, March 13, 2013
by Mike Counter, firstname.lastname@example.org, 902-403-3089
Jerry Ganoni joined Employers Health Insurance in 1990 as vice president of marketing, becoming their vice president of specialty products in 1993. Upon the acquisition of Employers Health Insurance by Humana in 1996, Ganoni was instrumental in the creation of Humana Dental Insurance Company, becoming its president in 2000. Humana Specialty Benefits is one of the top 10 largest specialty organizations in the country. In 2005, Jerry assumed additional responsibilities as the leader of Humana's Small Business segment.
Mark Wernicke joined Humana's actuarial team in 1994 and was promoted to vice president & chief actuary of the Small Business division in 2000. His role expanded in 2005, as the chief operating officer for the Small Business line, to include strategic planning and project management, underwriting, actuarial, finance, product development, network, medical management and information technology oversight, plus competitive information coordination. Since 2009, Wernicke has been focusing on the strategic and business implications arising from national health care reform across all of Humana's commercial business lines.
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