SPRINGFIELD, MA (March 18, 2019) – Wellfleet, a Berkshire Hathaway company specializing in accident and health insurance benefits, announced the promotion of executive Lindsay Loomis to Director of Strategic Accounts.
Loomis works to develop strategic relationships and to enhance the experience of student health insurance clients, overseeing client satisfaction and operational specifics for Wellfleet’s largest student health clients.
Prior to joining Wellfleet in 2016, Loomis was the Student Health Benefit Plan Manager for the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She holds a graduate certificate in Higher Education and Leadership Management from UMass, and a bachelor’s degree from Bay Path University.
“Lindsay’s work to keep client centricity at the forefront of her work, from onboarding to renewal, has helped us better serve all of our clients,” said Wellfleet President and CEO Drew DiGiorgio.
Wellfleet, a Berkshire Hathaway company, delivers customer-centric accident and health insurance, with quality service and uncompromising ethics. Wellfleet works to protect people against risk throughout every stage of life – from grade school to college to the workplace.
Founded in 1993 as Consolidated Health Plans (CHP), Wellfleet, headquartered in Springfield, Mass., has become one of the leading providers of health and accident insurance products to the higher education market.
Today, Wellfleet offers products, services, and solutions under four distinct brand lines that cover members for life: CHP Student Health, Wellfleet Workplace, Wellfleet Special Risk, and Wellfleet Rx.