CIGNA Names Maggie FitzPatrick Chief Communications Officer

BLOOMFIELD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- CIGNA Corporation today named Maggie FitzPatrick Chief Communications Officer. FitzPatrick will have overall responsibility for global communications, reporting to Chief Executive Officer David Cordani and will join CIGNA’s Enterprise Leadership Team.

FitzPatrick is a communications executive with broad experience in corporate communications, media relations, reputation management, mergers and acquisitions and corporate social responsibility programs. Previously, she was an executive vice president at APCO Worldwide where she managed corporate communications programs for Fortune 500 companies.

“Maggie has the knowledge and skills to lead CIGNA communications as we accelerate our growth across the globe. Her experience working in diverse sectors and understanding of global business trends make her the right person to lead CIGNA’s Communications in this time of change and opportunity,” said David M. Cordani, CIGNA President and CEO.

FitzPatrick holds a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and a master’s degree in public policy from The George Washington University.

About CIGNA

CIGNA (NYSE:CI), a global health service company, is dedicated to helping people improve their health, well being and sense of security. CIGNA Corporation's operating subsidiaries provide an integrated suite of medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy and vision care benefits, as well as group life, accident and disability insurance, to approximately 46 million people throughout the United States and around the world. To learn more about CIGNA, visit www.cigna.com. To sign up for email alerts or an RSS feed of company news, log on to http://newsroom.cigna.com/rss/. Also, follow us on Twitter at @cigna, visit CIGNA’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/cignatv and listen to CIGNA's podcast series with healthy tips and information at http://www.cigna.com/podcasts or by searching "CIGNA" in iTunes.



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CIGNA Corporation
Gene Reineke, 215-761-6046
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