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edHEALTH Adds Three Board Members Brandeis University, College of the Holy Cross, and Wellesley College Represented

Mar 22
Photo of 3 new board members: Marymichele Delaney, Melissa Fletcher  and Sam Solomon
Photo of 3 new board members: Marymichele Delaney, Melissa Fletcher and Sam Solomon

(March 22, 2022) - edHEALTH announced today three new members were elected to the edHEALTH LLC Board of Managers and the edHEALTH Insurance Exchange (edHEALTH Captive) Subscribers Advisory Committee. Joining the boards are: Marymichele Delaney, Chief Human Resources Officer at College of the Holy Cross, Melissa Fletcher, CPA, Assistant Vice President for Finance and Controller at Wellesley College, and Sam Solomon, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer at Brandeis University.

“Growing a strong and talented board has been a priority for us. We are very fortunate to have these three experienced people joining us on the boards where they will provide additional input, strategic guidance, and fiduciary oversight to edHEALTH LLC and edHEALTH Captive,” says Steve Hannabury, Chair of both the edHEALTH LLC Board of Managers and edHEALTH Captive Subscribers Advisory Committee.

Marymichele is an experienced HR leader who has a long association with edHEALTH, having worked at Wellesley College and Lasell University prior to joining Holy Cross. This also marks a return to the edHEALTH boards for Marymichele, having served as a founding member of the boards from 2012 to 2017. She has also served on the board of the New England Educators Insurance Association, Inc. Melissa brings strong financial management and auditing experience to the edHEALTH boards and has been very active in the edHEALTH Controllers group. She serves as a board member and treasurer of the Riverbend School and as a board member on a workers compensation collaborative. Sam has extensive higher ed experience in senior financial management positions. In addition, he has served for many years on the board of the Boston Consortium for Higher Education and is currently the chair of that board.

“Each of our new members brings such unique talents and perspectives to our board,” notes A. Tracy Hassett, President and CEO of edHEALTH.” I’m just thrilled they’re joining us, as they will help make us even stronger as we continue to address employee healthcare challenges and thoughtfully grow edHEALTH.”

About edHEALTH: Established in 2013, edHEALTH is the proven employee healthcare solution for higher education and secondary schools. The organization provides savings through group purchasing, ownership, and data-driven innovative programs. edHEALTH offers the strength of collaboration with its member institutions and best-in-class business partners.