Five Prime employees selected for WHL TRUST memberships

July 14, 2023

An internal review panel of Prime executives and Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Council leaders recently selected five female employees to receive a one-year, Prime-sponsored membership to Women’s Health Leadership (WHL) TRUST. 

The employees include:  

  • Amber Kissner, director, customer experience
  • CJ Thompson, senior program manager
  • Denise Bachman, senior benefit analyst
  • Melissa Strong, senior human resources business partner
  • Shannon Porter, program analyst

Recipients were nominated for memberships by their peers during a past call for applications, based on the following qualifications: 

  • Female employee resource group members 
  • Current or aspiring leaders                      
  • Employees looking for growth and professional development opportunities ​​​​​​ 
  • Employees interested in networking 
  • Employees committed to the advancement of women in health care 
  • Top performing employees 

The TRUST’s mission is to be an inclusive network whose members support, inspire and offer insights to women leaders in health care. 

“The WHL TRUST presents an excellent opportunity for women to nurture and cultivate personal and professional growth,” says Vice President, Digital Experience Lindsey Niswanger. “As an associate board member for the TRUST, I’m happy that Prime and the D&I Council are empowering female ERG members with these invaluable memberships, actively contributing to the advancement of women in the health care industry.”

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