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Hillsborough Resident Elected President of NJ Health Underwriters

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Hillsborough resident Kim Greene has been elected president of the New Jersey Association of Health Underwriters.
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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ – Kim Greene has been elected president of the New Jersey Association of Health Underwriters, a statewide organization representing licensed health insurance agents, brokers, consultants and benefit professionals in New Jersey who service the health insurance needs of large and small employers as well as individuals.

Greene is the vice president of Group Benefits at Name Benefits in Hillsborough, responsible for educating clients on the various trends, products and legislation within healthcare and benefit planning

A resident of Hillsborough, she has been active in the NJAHU since 2006. Previously, Greene served as state secretary, conference chair, as well as president and vice president of the Central Chapter of NJAHU. 

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Earlier this month at the NJAHU Annual Conference, Greene was named as a recipient of the NJAHU Board of Directors Award for her consistent dedication and involvement in the association. 

Greene said this is a pivotal time for the association, headquartered in Cranford.

“With the critical issues currently facing our industry, NJAHU’s role as advocate for New Jersey’s health insurance brokers is more important than ever,” she said. “The NJAHU must continue to provide the most up-to-date information to our members about the constantly changing regulations they need to know. We serve as an important source of information for the legislators who craft those regulations.”

 

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