13 Aug BRAVO WELCOMES RICK KJERSTAD
SENIOR VP OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT JOINS BRAVO TEAM
CLEVELAND, OH, July 14, 2014 – Bravo Wellness, the leader in outcomes-based wellness incentives, is pleased to have Rick Kjerstad join the team as Senior Vice President of Business Development. In this newly created position, Rick will provide strategic leadership and guidance to the established business development practices, as well as share responsibility for sales generation. Rick brings over 25 years of experience, having grown revenue at his last employer from $1 million to $150 million and the clientele from about 100 to 3,225 during his tenure there.
“Rick brings a combination of education, experience, and a history of results to the Bravo team,” stated Jim Pshock, Bravo’s founder, president and CEO.
“As a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) from Wharton Business School, we are anxious to utilize his strengths and skillsets to continue building the Bravo brand through our ability to turn complex wellness concepts into achievable, trusted solutions.”
Adding Rick to its already dynamic business development team reflects Bravo’s continual commitment to strengthen its position in key markets. By expanding awareness of its specialized solutions for the design and administration of health-contingent, outcomes-based wellness programs, Bravo is sure to remain at the forefront of the industry.
About Bravo Wellness – Bravo Wellness has been a disruptive force in the wellness industry since its inception in 2008. Bravo pioneered the outcomes-based wellness incentive space and carefully designs compliant incentives that result in unprecedented engagement levels. Bravo’s case studies prove and demonstrate sustained health improvement and reduced claims spending – all while equipping individuals to make better choices and providing thoughtful alternatives to those for whom special exceptions are warranted. With roots in data management, compliance and technology, Bravo recognizes that it’s rarely the lack of activities that makes a program unsuccessful, it’s often the lack of motivation and engagement – a problem that can be solved.