Eric Laberge, President, Medavie Blue Cross is proud to announce the appointment of Anne Nicoll to the position of Vice President, Business Development. In this role, Anne will oversee our Group Business and manage relationships with clients and advisors.
“Since joining Medavie Blue Cross in 2013, Anne has played a pivotal role as a member of the Senior Management Team and has championed the continued transformation of our approach to case management through business process improvement,” said Laberge. “Her extensive experience in group insurance, business development and consulting enables her to enhance the growth of Medavie Blue Cross’ business across our markets, and to improve our partnership with our brokers, consultants and clients,” he added.
Anne developed a strong industry background over 25 years in roles with major health and benefits firms. Most recently she was Vice President, Health and Disability at Medavie Blue Cross.
Anne holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering and an MBA in Finance & Strategic Management. She is a Certified Management Consultant, a licensed Life and Health Insurance Agent in Ontario, and holds a Masters Certificate in Sales Leadership from the Schulich School of Business.
About Medavie Blue Cross
Medavie Blue Cross is a not-for-profit organization that provides health, dental, travel, life and income replacement products to small and large companies in Atlantic Canada, Ontario and Quebec and to individual customers in Atlantic Canada. It also administers various provincial and federal government sponsored health programs.
Medavie Blue Cross is part of Medavie, a health services company. Together with Medavie EMS, the largest provider of Emergency Medical Services in Canada, we are committed to providing innovative solutions that will improve the health of all Canadians Our shareholder is the community.
Instead of paying dividends, we channel 10% of our annual net income to the Medavie Health Foundation as part of our commitment to a different kind of health care. Since late 2011, the Foundation has committed more than $6 million to more than 40 organizations through partnerships and program funding in the areas of child and youth mental health and type 2 diabetes.