Bonnie Evelyn Named Cigna Market President for Georgia/Alabama

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ATLANTA, July 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Cigna (NYSE:CI) has named Bonnie Evelyn as market president for its health care and related benefits plans in Georgia/Alabama. She replaces former market president Bryan Holgerson, who was promoted to Chief Underwriting Officer for Cigna U.S. Commercial.

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In her role as market president, Evelyn’s responsibilities include serving employer clients with over 500 plan employees, while ensuring that Cigna’s offerings meet evolving client and customer needs for affordable, predictable and simple health care. She will lead the Georgia/Alabama team in working with area health care professionals, health systems, employers, brokers and community partners to deliver innovative solutions to help improve customer and community health in the region.

“Bonnie’s strong leadership will be an asset to her team, our customers and clients in the Georgia/Alabama region,” said Rich Novack, Cigna senior vice president, U.S. markets. “Under her guidance this team will continue to move Cigna forward as the partner of choice.”

With over 25 years of experience in the health care industry, Bonnie currently serves as Cigna’s President of the Taft-Hartley and Federal Business segment, and will continue to lead this business in addition to her new role as market president. During her tenure at Cigna, she was previously Vice President of Producer Relations and U.S. Individual Market Director for Florida and Tennessee. Prior to joining the company, Bonnie held senior leadership positions at CBIZ, Aetna, and owned her own consulting practice.

She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo and pursued legal studies at Georgia State School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia.

About Cigna

Cigna Corporation is a global health service company dedicated to improving the health, well-being and peace of mind of those we serve. Cigna delivers choice, predictability, affordability and access to quality care through integrated…