Insurer Globe Life Adds 2 New Members to its Board of Directors

Alice S. Cho, senior adviser to the Boston Consulting Group and David A. Rodriguez, former EVP and global chief human resources officer of Marriott International Inc. are the new members.

McKinney-based Globe Life Inc. announced that Alice S. Cho, senior adviser to the Boston Consulting Group, and David A. Rodriguez, former EVP and global chief human resources officer of Marriott International Inc., were appointed to its board of directors.

Cho brings extensive board experience in financial services, risk management, regulatory compliance, corporate governance, and digital technology issues via her advisory and management positions at Boston Consulting Group, Promontory Financial Group, BITS (Bank Policy Institute), the Federal Reserve Board, and the U.S. Executive Office of the President.

She also serves on the board of First Interstate BancSystem.

Rodriguez brings to the board extensive experience in human resource management, including organizational culture and inclusion, from a 36-year career at companies including Marriott International, Citicorp/Citibank, and Avon Products. He also serves on the board of American Woodmark Corp. and the board of trustees of the SIOP Foundation.

Globe Life Inc. is a holding company specializing in life and supplemental health insurance for “middle income” Americans marketed through multiple distribution channels including direct to consumer and exclusive and independent agencies.

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