Paul Dworkis, Emerson’s Vice President for Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer, has been named to the Board of Managers and Insurance Exchange Subscribers Advisory Committee of Educators Health LLC (edHEALTH), an organization that provides savings to member institutions through group purchasing of employee health insurance and data-driven programming.
“This fall, we welcome three new board members, each of whom brings a unique background. Their experiences will support edHEALTH’s strategic direction and goals and provide fiduciary oversight to edHEALTH LLC and edHEALTH Captive,” said Steve Hannabury, chair of both the Board of Managers and Subscriber Advisory Committee.
Joining Dworkis on the boards will be Kimberly Aliotte, Senior Advisor for Human Resources and Talent at KIPP Massachusetts, and Kristen Jadul, Executive Director of Human Resources at Bentley University.
Emerson has been a member of edHEALTH since 2015, and Dworkis, as VP of Finance and Administration, oversees the College’s Human Resources Department.
Dworkis has held a number of strategic leadership positions within higher education and news and media organizations, including as Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President for Newsweek.
“I am so looking forward to the addition of Kimberly, Kristen, and Paul to our boards,” said edHEALTH President and CEO A. Tracy Hassett. “They’ve already brought such value to edHEALTH through their roles at their respective edHEALTH schools. As we solidify our strategic plans and continue to address the challenges of employee healthcare, their unique experiences will be especially beneficial.”