Chief Executive Officer
UnitedHealthcare National Accounts
Executive Leadership Team:
Cummings & Lockwood LLC
Saint Francis Hospital
Hartford Steam Boiler
Elizabeth Winsor – Chief Executive Officer, UnitedHealthcare National Accounts
Elizabeth is the Chief Executive Officer for UnitedHealthcare National Accounts. She oversees the commercial insurance line of business that serves many of the largest employers in the U.S.
Prior to her appointment to CEO for National Accounts, Elizabeth served as Senior Vice President, Strategy and Client Relations, where she was responsible for developing short and long-term strategies and planning initiatives for the National Accounts business. In addition, she led the Customer Advisory Council, managed sales operations, and served as an executive sponsor for numerous clients. Her entire focus is on achieving client satisfaction, retention and profitable growth. Most notably, she is very passionate about our relationships with our clients.
Elizabeth first joined UnitedHealthcare in October 2008. Her tenure is known for her leadership in delivering for our clients, operational and strategic execution, and administrative skill.
Having started her career at Aetna and working there for 23 years, Elizabeth ultimately led their National Accounts sales and marketing and managed their overall sales support organization. She also held positions in underwriting, product, sales and marketing in their National Accounts, Government, Middle Market and International segments.
Elizabeth graduated from Babson College in Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Science. She is based in Hartford, Connecticut.
Welcome to the 8th Annual Greater Hartford Connecticut Go Red For Women Forum! We’re delighted you are here and appreciate your interest in learning how you can advance health, stop heart disease and save women’s lives. That’s what the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement is all about.
Heart disease isn’t just a man’s problem. It’s a woman’s problem, too. In fact, it’s the No. 1 killer of women. And, tragically, far too few women realize their risk from this preventable disease. We need to raise women’s awareness of their risk and protect our mothers, daughters, sisters, friends and ourselves.
You can help, starting today. Here’s how:
First, take charge of your own heart health. Visit your doctor. Know your numbers (learn more at www.GoRedForWomen.org). You can improve your blood pressure, cholesterol and other numbers by making lifestyle changes. You’ll be healthier and look and feel better, too.
Second, join the American Heart Association in making it your mission to fight heart disease in women. Help spread the word that heart disease is women’s No. 1 killer. Share what you learn today with your family and members of your community. Tell five women you want them to live and we can help stop heart disease in our lifetime.
Third and last, consider making a contribution. Your donation today will make a difference in the lives of women here and across the country. You can help fund local and national Go Red activities that support awareness, research, education and community programs that benefit women.
Thank you again for being here. My hope is that you won’t leave today without committing to making a difference by joining the Go Red For Women movement — women everywhere need your help. Only one in five women believes that heart disease is her greatest health threat. We believe reducing risk and preventing heart disease starts with education — and you. There’s so much to do, and so much at stake.
With your commitment, we can help women and their families live longer, stronger lives. Thank you for your generous support.
Chief Executive Officer
American Heart Association
Join us and Make it Your Mission to help in the fight against heart disease in women.
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