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Horizon Community Connection Event
Topic: Small Business health coverage

Join us for a Presentation by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, discussing how Covid-19 has impacted small business owners and health insurance and Horizon’s strategy to help the community .

Sep 28, 2021 04:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Monica Johnson-Hunt
Sales Manager II, Consumer, Small Group Market & Mid-Size Markets @Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
With more than 23 years of experience with Horizon BCBSNJ, Monica Johnson-Hunt is a Sales Manager for Consumer, Small Group & Mid-Size Markets. During her tenure at Horizon, Mrs. Hunt has held various roles in customer service before making the transition to Sales in 2005. She has spent the majority of the last 17 years as the leading Sales Executive in the 51-500 (midsize) segment. She was promoted to the role of Sales Manager in 2016 and currently leads a sales team responsible for the distribution of commercial business under 100 lives. Monica is a 15 year member of the New Jersey Association of Health Underwriters. Mrs. Hunt has served as the subject matter expert on several process improvement initiatives including the C.A.R.E. service team, the creation of the Health Plus Plan ancillary product, and the 51-99 distribution strategy. Horizon BCBSNJ holds #1 market share position in the Small Group market where Mrs. Hunt has management oversight.
John E. Harmon, Sr. IOM
Founder, President & CEO @The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey
John E. Harmon, Sr. IOM has served as the Founder, President and CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ), since 2007. In this role he has the responsibility of establishing, implementing and executing the mission, as well as the fiduciary oversight and governance of AACCNJ in accordance with its Bylaws. In addition, he works to identify strategic partnerships in both the public and private sector to connect AACCNJ members and supporters to resources and opportunities to grow and sustain their goals and objectives. Moreover, Harmon serves as an advocate on behalf of the 1.1 million African American residents and the over 70,000 black owned businesses statewide to ensure that policy at the municipal, county, and federal level provides fairness, equity and access to a level playing field in the market place.