The New Jersey Association of Health Plans (NJAHP) announced that Sarah Lynn Geiger has been appointed vice president. In her role, Geiger is responsible for advocacy and education on healthcare issues on behalf of NJAHP member plans, as well as providing technical assistance to the organization. She reports to NJAHP President, Ward Sanders.
“Sarah brings a wide rand of policy and research experience to NJAHP, as well as a strong background in the current healthcare issues that face New Jerseyans across the state. We are tremendously excited to have her join our team,” said Sanders.
“I am thrilled to join NJAHP at a time when our state is making great strides to ensure that quality healthcare is accessible and affordable to New Jersey’s working families. I am looking forward to working with our member plans to continue this important work,” added Geiger.
Geiger has worked in Trenton since 2013. She was previously at the New Jersey Education Association in the Research and Economic Services Division as a member of the Pensions and Benefits Unit. Prior to joining NJEA, she was in Washington, DC working on Capitol Hill for former Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy. She has been very active with New Leadesr Council since 2015, she currently sits on the New Jersey chapter’s advisory board.
Geiger was born and raised in Medford and currently resides in Philadelphia.
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