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August 2,2021

LineSlip Solutions Appoints Denise Hunter Reilly as Vice President-Account Executive

CHICAGO, August 2, 2021 – LineSlip Solutions, Inc. today announced the appointment of Denise Hunter Reilly, a seasoned Risk Manager and former insurance broker, as Vice President – Account Executive.

“As risk executives continue to navigate a challenging commercial insurance market, our breakthrough products are helping our customers report, analyze and manage their insurance programs,” said Leo Bernstein, CEO, LineSlip Solutions, Inc. Denise brings a unique perspective to our customers having been both a Risk Manager and an Account Executive at a large global brokerage.  Our clients and company will benefit from her experience, dynamic problem-solving skills, creativity and innovation. We’re delighted to welcome her to our team and look forward to her contributions.

Hunter Reilly was most recently with Universal Health Services, Inc. as Director, Insurance. During a four-year tenure, she oversaw all aspects of the company’s insurance, driving significant cost savings and measurable improvements in staffing, analytics, technology deployment, program structure, and department process implementation.

Earlier, she was with Marsh, where she served in a variety of positions of increasing responsibility in brokerage, client management and operations, culminating with her appointment in 2013 as Global Risk Management Client Executive. In this role, she marshalled the resources of the operating companies of Marsh & McLennan Companies to address the complex risk management, insurance and human capital needs of the firm’s global clients.

Hunter Reilly earned a B.S. degree in finance Magna Cum Laude from Gwynedd-Mercy College and an MBA in finance from St. Joseph’s University. A certified Green Belt, Lean Six Sigma Class from the American Society of Quality, she also holds a certificate in Project Leadership from the School of Engineering at Cornell University.