Marti Lolli

Senior Director, Product Development & Health Care Reform at Priority Health

Marti Lolli

Marti Lolli

Senior Director, Product Development & Health Care Reform at Priority Health

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Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing/Digital Officer at Priority Health Government Programs, Inc.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Priority Health

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Senior Vice President, Government Markets at Priority Health Government Programs, Inc.

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Senior Vice President, Human Resources at Priority Health Government Programs, Inc.

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Vice President & Chief Financial Officer at Priority Health

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Vice President & General Counsel at Priority Health

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Chief Operating Officer at Priority Health

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Chief Actuary at Priority Health

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President at Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes, Inc.

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Vice President, Associate Chief Medical Officer at Priority Health Government Programs, Inc.

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In 1955, a significant partnership between business and education was formed in Grand Rapids with the advent of Junior Achievement. Business leaders and employees were given the opportunity to share their business experiences with teachers and students, bringing economics to life. Influential Grand Rapids business people were involved from the beginning. Edward Frey, Sr., founder of Union Bank (now Chase), founded Junior Achievement of the Grand Rapids Area. L.V. Eberhard, CEO and Chairman of Eberhard Foods, and Marvin Blackport, President of Blackport Packing Company, provided much-needed financial support. The Grand Rapids Jaycees worked with a steering committee composed of 20 volunteers to fund the initial $25,000 budget. Seventeen companies provided the first volunteers and monies.

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