Sacramento
08 February 2018
Reporter: Ned Holmes

Hub international hires EB vice president


Hub International has hired Lynn Greene as vice president of the employee benefits practice.

Greene, who has more than 25 years experience in the employee benefits industry, joins from her previous role as assistant vice president, employee benefits consultant and client advocate at Woodruff-Sawyer.

In her new role, Greene will be responsible for the design, placement and maintenance of competitive healthcare programmes and human resource solutions for mid-market and large companies.

Greene said: “A combination of their ‘client-first’ focus and the overall positive workplace culture in the Sacramento office made [joining Hub International] an easy decision.”

Robert McVicar, Hub International executive vice president, added: "Lynn Greene is a tremendous addition to our strong employee benefits team in Sacramento.”

“Her experience in the large group space and value-driven approach to servicing clients enhances the offerings we deliver.”

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