Brad Anderson is the Vice President of Sales in Arizona responsible for growing Cigna’s health services business. He has spent 15 years with Cigna across sales and underwriting building personal and professional relationships with brokers, clients and customers that has helped Brad and his team be the partner of choice in Arizona.

“Education is the path to economic prosperity for many. Cigna is invested in positive change – an investment where education matters, and where a good idea can change the lives of many.”

Why did you decide to become a corporate partner with Catholic Education Arizona?

We are proud to partner with Catholic Education Arizona in supporting the development of future generations of students to build stronger and healthier communities. Working together, we can provide students in Arizona the opportunity to thrive and be successful and turn their visions for a brighter future for all into reality.

As a global health service company, Cigna’s mission is to improve the health, well-being, and peace of mind of those we serve.  It’s this mission that guides our actions and innovations. As a committed member of this community, we strongly believe it is our responsibility to serve as a leader in health improvement and beyond. Improving health is at the heart of everything we do.

What sets your business apart from other similar businesses in our community and what impact do you make on the greater community?

 Just as transforming health care is in our DNA at Cigna, so is our commitment to our local communities where we live and work. Every day, we are committed to making a difference and working to help everyone, everywhere achieve their best possible health.

We support and partner with likeminded organizations that share the same community commitment to enhance health, health equity and well-being for all.

Over the past year, Cigna employees in Arizona significantly impacted the lives of tens of thousands of individuals across the state. Employee engagement efforts benefited newborn children, those suffering from chronic disease, as well as young adults and seniors in need of support and people who face food insecurity.