NFP’s Carrie Cox Appointed President of the Oklahoma State Association of Health Underwriters

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In representing NFP, Cox will also serve on the National Association of Health Underwriters professional development committee

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“Carrie’s collaborative approach and diversified experience is invaluable to our clients and our colleagues across the profession,” said Rachel Kanady, vice president of service and development at NFP in Oklahoma City.

NFP, a leading insurance broker and consultant providing employee benefits, property and casualty (P&C), retirement, and individual solutions, today announced that Carrie Cox, senior account executive at NFP, has been appointed to serve as president of the Oklahoma State Association of Health Underwriters (OSAHU). The OSAHU is part of Region 6 of the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU), which includes Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. OSAHU is an organization focused on educating and informing health insurance buyers and advocating for the healthcare industry on legislative and regulatory matters.

In her new role, Cox will lead the OSAHU and represent the state of Oklahoma on a national level as a member of the professional development committee for NAHU. Cox, who joined NFP in 2012, has over 20 years of experience in the corporate benefits industry. Her knowledge of healthcare solutions and her commitment to delivering exceptional service to employers and their employees were key factors that led to her being selected as president of OSAHU, Region 6.

“Carrie embodies the characteristics that differentiate NFP in the marketplace – industry expertise, years of experience, sophisticated client strategy and flawless execution – which make her a fantastic choice to serve as OSAHU president,” said J. Kelly Hudelson, managing director at NFP in Oklahoma City. “She is the personification of NFP’s promise to take our clients’ business personally.”

“Carrie’s collaborative approach and diversified experience is invaluable to our clients and our colleagues across the profession,” said Rachel Kanady, vice president of service and development at NFP in Oklahoma City. “She manages some of our largest and most complex customers with a well-rounded perspective that consistently produces fantastic results.”

“It’s an honor to represent NFP and the state of Oklahoma to keep our industry moving forward,” said Cox. “The opportunity to lead, give back to a profession that is essential to our economy and culture, and make a difference for businesses and families means a lot to me. I look forward to having a meaningful impact while working with some great people across the region.”

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