Seattle, WA November 5, 2012 – Array Health is pleased to announce that Lisa Woods has joined the company as Client Services Manager. Lisa brings 25 years of insurance brokerage, management, and human resources experience to Array as the organization continues its strategic growth. She will be responsible for managing Array’s client services team, maintaining relationships with and ensuring the satisfaction of insurance carriers, brokers, employer benefits managers, and of course, member participants.

“I’m passionate about customer service,”said Lisa, “and I’m honored to join a team of smart, creative, humble individuals who are like-minded about our desire to affect change in this space. History is being made in health care right now, and we are a part of it. Array is known for its forward-thinking, well-designed platform and we will continue to evolve with scalability and our clients’ needs in mind.”

“We are very excited that Lisa’s joining Array Health,”said Jonathan Rickert, CEO and Co-Founder. Lisa’s commitment to exceptional customer service and her keen understanding of the challenges facing employers and members today make her the ideal leader for our client services team.”

Prior to joining Array Health, Lisa was a District Sales Manager for Paychex Insurance Agency Inc., a division of Paychex. In this capacity, she managed the initial roll out of Paychex’s launch across four states, established a client base, and built a team. Previously, Lisa spent 7 years supporting small to medium-sized employers in a leadership, sales, and account management capacity at Kibble and Prentice, one of the leading insurance brokerages in the Pacific Northwest (now a USI company).

About Array Health
Array Health is a leading provider of private insurance exchange technology. Its cloud-based software platform enables health plans of any size to power their own branded online exchanges – a strategic channel that helps them compete and thrive in the post health-reform world. With Array Health’s state-of-the-art member marketplace and support for defined contributions, insurers win and retain business by giving employers a way to control costs and members a better way to buy benefits. Array Health is a privately held company based in Seattle. To learn more, visit

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