LEWISTON, Maine — Kevin Lewis, CEO of Maine Community Health Options (MCHO), recently announced that the organization has hired Jennifer Wilson, CPA, as controller. MCHO is a not-for-profit that will provide affordable health insurance to Maine people and small businesses beginning in January 2014. The enrollment start date for the plan is October 1, 2013. Organized as a Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan (CO-OP), MCHO’s mission is to provide high-quality benefits that promote health and wellbeing.
Wilson has over 25 years of public and private sector experience in the telecommunications industry. She most recently served multiple roles, including vice president, controller and clerk at Oxford Networks. Her background includes financial analysis, budgeting, forecasting, regulatory reporting and board and shareholder relations. In her new position, she will work with the chief financial officer to develop and implement corporate, financial, operational and fiscal policies, as well as control procedures.
Wilson received her BA in accounting from Thomas College in 1988 and earned her CPA designation two years later. She has served on various boards, and is treasurer of the Clarence Todd Memorial Scholarship fund. Wilson lives in Gray, Maine, with her husband, one daughter and their golden retriever.
More information about Maine Community Health Options can be found at www.maineoptions.org. For more information about CO-OPs, visit http://www.healthcare.gov/law/features/choices/co-op/index.html.
About Maine Community Health Options: Maine Community Health Options is a Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan (CO-OP) created through a program of the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). MCHO is a private, nonprofit entity governed by a customer-based board of directors, which gives enrollees a strong voice in the management and development of the plan. For more information on MCHO, please visit www.maineoptions.org.
Maine Community Health Options
For more information, contact:
Kevin Lewis | 207-402-3330
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