Schatten has more than 20 years of experience as a consultant and actuary for health plans. She has held several actuarial consulting positions, most recently as vice president with Aon Hewitt in Atlanta, where she worked with state governments on actuarial and health consulting issues including state health plans and Medicaid plans.
“Kirsten’s addition to our rapidly growing public sector health practice enhances the services that we bring to these clients,” says Joseph A. LoCicero, president and CEO of The Segal Group.
Cathie Eitelberg, senior vice president of Segal and its National Public Sector Market Director, adds, “Our clients are confronting an increasingly complex health care environment and Kirsten’s expertise can assist them navigating this changing environment.”
Schatten will report to Stuart Wohl, senior vice president and East Region Health Practice Leader. She will working out of the firm’s Atlanta office.
Schatten holds a B.B.A. from the University of Georgia and a masters in actuarial science from Georgia State University. She is an associate of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
The Segal Group is a benefits and human resources consulting firm, headquartered in New York.
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