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Jason E. Brown, CEO of Discovery Health Partners, Named to TIAA Board of Trustees

Originally published at tiaa.org. TIAA ranked No. 9 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2020.

 

TIAA, the leading provider of financial services in the academic, research, medical, cultural and government fields, has named Jason E. Brown, CEO and Board member of Discovery Health Partners, to its Board of Trustees.

He will serve on the firm’s Audit, Human Resources and Risk and Compliance committees, effective April 26, 2021.

“Jason’s leadership and business acumen will play a pivotal role in steering TIAA’s business strategies and objectives to meet the evolving needs of our individual and institutional clients,” said Dr. Ronald L. Thompson, Chairman of the TIAA Board of Trustees. “His appointment to the Board further reflects TIAA’s commitment of having a diverse representation of leaders who bring unique skills, expertise and insights to our organization.”

Jason has more than 20 years of industry-leading work with his deep knowledge of the healthcare industry and its intersection with technology of particular significance as TIAA continues to enhance its digital and technological capabilities serving the nonprofit sector.

Prior to joining Discovery Health Partners, Jason was President of Health Plan Services (HPS) and Market Operations at Evolent Health, where he was responsible for driving performance, growth and profitability across the HPS business unit. Previously, he served as President of the Population Health Business for Valence Health prior to its sale to Evolent Health.  He also held various other roles at Vista Equity Partners, MedAssets, Goldman Sachs and Boston Consulting Group.

Jason is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Morehouse College and received an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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