Ken Goulet General Information
Ken Goulet previously served as Executive Vice President, President Commercial & Specialty Businesses at Anthem, Inc. (which we refer to in this proxy statement/prospectus as the Strategic Investor) from August 2012 until September 2015 and as Executive Vice President, President Commercial Business Unit of the Strategic Investor from October 2007 until August 2012. Prior to that, he also served as Senior Vice President, President of National Accounts and National Sales & Account Management at the Strategic Investor (previously known as WellPoint, Inc.) from September 2006 until October 2007. During his time at the Strategic Investor, Mr. Goulet's responsibilities included Strategy, Marketing, Product, Medical Management, Provider Engagement & Contracting and Service Operations. He successfully led the Strategic Investor through the industry's turbulent transition to the Affordable Care Act, developing and executing the strategy and implementation of Public Exchanges. In addition, he successfully advanced Provider Collaboration strategies across the enterprise; integrated and grew the Strategic Investor's Specialty Companies and organically grew the Strategic Investor's Commercial Business. Before joining the Strategic Investor, Mr. Goulet spent 23 years at CIGNA Corporation where he held a number of management, sales and operations positions. Mr. Goulet also has experience serving on a number of public and private company boards, including his current position as member of the board of directors of CHP Merger Corp. (Nasdaq: CHPMU), as well as positions on the board of several privately held companies within the healthcare industry, including Behavioral Health Group, EmpiRx, IPG, OODA Health, Quartet Health and Sharecare. He also sits on the advisory boards of Brave Health, Carecentrix and NationsHearing. From December 2015 until August 2018, Mr. Goulet served on the board of directors of Cotiviti (NYSE: COTV), prior to its acquisition by Veritas Capital. From April 2016 until March 2017, Mr. Goulet served on the board of Surgical Care Affiliates (Nasdaq: SCAI), prior to its acquisition by UnitedHealth's Optum. Mr. Goulet received a Bachelor's degree in economics from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.