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Integrity Marketing Hires Former Transamerica Financial Network Head: Executive Changes

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What You Need to Know

  • Molina has a new plan president in New Mexico.
  • Unum lost a financial executive.
  • A MetLife vision care arm added an information security chief.

Integrity Marketing Group has hired Tom Dempsey to be its chief distribution officer.

Integrity Marketing is Dallas-based life, health and annuity distributor that has grown rapidly through acquisitions. It has relationships with about 420,000 agents.

Dempsey has been head of Transamerica Financial Network, which is Transamerica distribution arm. While at Transamerica, Dempsey helped oversee the activities of about 60,000 agents.

Early in his career, he helped run athletic programs for AmeriCorps, a public service organization. He has a bachelor’s degree from Southern New Hampshire University.

Molina

Molina Healthcare — a Long Beach, California-based health insurer — has named Carolyn Ingram to be plan president of Molina Healthcare of New Mexico.

Ingram has been the company’s executive vice president of external affairs.

She was the New Mexico Medicaid director from 2003 to 2011.

She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Puget Sound and a master’s degree in business from New Mexico State University.

Unum

Unum Group — a Chattanooga, Tennessee-based insurer — says Cherie Pashley, the company’s chief accounting officer, told it that she was leaving her post. Her last day at Unum will be July 8.

Steven Zabel, the chief financial officer, will be Unum’s interim principal accounting officer until the company names a successor.

Versant

Versant Health — a Baltimore-based vision care unit of MetLife — has hired Auston Davis to be chief information security officer.

Davis was head of global security strategy and operations at HeartFlow.

He also has been chief information security officer at Stanford Children’s Health, deputy chief information security officer at Kaiser Permanente, and director of global threat response and investigations for Symantec.

He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and Air Force Reserves. He has a bachelor’s degree from San Jose State University and a master’s degree in information security from Boston University.

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