Assist America Appoints Jennifer Orlikoff Vice President of Corporate Communications
Princeton, New Jersey May 30, 2003 – Assist America, the nation’s largest provider of global emergency medical assistance through employee benefit plans, announces the appointment of Jennifer E. Orlikoff as Vice President of Corporate Communications. In this position, she will be responsible for managing marketing and external communications and for aligning various internal components to strategically meet business objectives.
Dr. Jennifer Orlikoff joined Assist America in 1995 as an account executive and was elected a vice president in 1998. Having held managerial positions in account services, international services and product development, she has played an instrumental role in establishing relationships with Assist America’s major clients. After spending her formative years in Geneva, Switzerland, she earned a BA at the University of Wisconsin, and a Ph.D. at Rutgers University.
“Communicating services to clients and managing the messages we deliver are an essential part of our global emergency medical assistance program,” said George W. Howard, III, president of Assist America. “Jennifer’s international expertise, knowledge of the industry and understanding of our organization adds another dimension to our goal of being responsive to the diverse needs of employers and their employees traveling on business or vacation anywhere in the world."
About Assist America
Assist America, based in Princeton, New Jersey, is the nation’s largest provider of global emergency medical travel assistance services through employee benefit plans, protecting more than 250,000 American companies and enterprises and over 20 million people worldwide. Coverage applies for people traveling 100 miles or more away from home, and includes a global network of over 600,000 pre-qualified medical providers. For more information call: (800) 304-4585 or visit www.assistamerica.com
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