National Business Group on Health Re-Elects Brian Marcotte, Honeywell International Executive, to Board of Directors
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19, 2012 -- The National Business Group on Health, a non-profit association of more than 340 mostly U.S. large employers, announced that Brian Marcotte, vice president of compensation and benefits at Honeywell International, has been re-elected to its elite board of directors.
"We are thrilled to announce Brian's re-election to our Board of Directors," said Pamela Kimmet, Chairman of the Business Group's Board of Directors. "Brian has provided our directors and members with valuable insights in corporate human resources over the last several years, and we look forward to his continued contributions in the future."
Marcotte has responsibility for the strategy, design and implementation of global total rewards, at Honeywell. He joined Honeywell in 1993 as director, group insurance programs in corporate human resources and has held various corporate and business positions in compensation and benefits and health care strategy.
Prior to joining Honeywell, Marcotte had responsibility for Marriott Corporation's health care programs. He also worked as a consultant for Health Management Strategies in Washington, DC and as a graduate assistant for two years with Blue Cross of Northern Ohio while working towards a master's degree in science and education at the University of Toledo. Marcotte holds a BS in health and biology from Rhode Island College.
Helen Darling, President and CEO of the National Business Group on Health, said, "Brian is a well-known and highly-regarded leader in corporate health benefits and human resources. All of us at the Business Group and our current board members welcome his return knowing that Brian will bring innovative thinking and solutions that employers can leverage as they address the health care cost crisis and upcoming aspects of the health reform law."
About the National Business Group on Health
The National Business Group on Health is the nation's only non-profit organization devoted exclusively to representing large employers' perspective on national health policy issues and providing practical solutions to its members' most important health care problems. The Business Group helps drive today's health agenda while promoting ideas for controlling health care costs, improving patient safety and quality of care and sharing best practices in health benefits management with senior benefits, HR professionals, and medical directors from leading corporations. Business Group members, which include 65 Fortune 100 companies, provide health coverage for more than 50 million U.S. workers, retirees and their families. For more information, visit www.businessgrouphealth.org.
SOURCE National Business Group on Health