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Donna Hodges

Donna Hodges

Donna Hodges
Executive vice president for employee benefits consulting
Alliant Insurance Services Inc.
Alpharetta, Georgia

With a lifelong dedication to healthy living that started with her dive into childhood sports in a household among four brothers, Donna Hodges said working in health care was an appropriate career path.

“I had to survive,” she said, laughing. “I still try to be active and stay healthy.”

Currently on the executive leadership team for Alliant Insurance Services Inc.'s national employee benefits consulting practice, Ms. Hodges develops and manages client relationships by implementing national health plans and overseeing health initiatives.

“I have a lifelong passion for helping other people and healthy living,” she said. “I enjoy working with people and helping them solve problems. That all comes together for what I do today.”

Ms. Hodges studied health education and promotion at James Madison University, and earned her master's degree in health policy and management at Emory University. Prior to Alliant, she worked as a health and welfare consultant at Towers Perrin (now Towers Watson & Co.) for 17 years.

“I love partnering with organizations and learning about their objectives and their future plans,” she said. “I like to help put together a pathway to meet their needs.”

And that she does well. “I think she came to Alliant and hit the ground running,” said Kevin Overbey, a Seattle-based senior executive vice president and senior managing director for employee benefits at Alliant. “She has irrepressible energy and laser focus.”

By Louise Esola