Buck Appoints David Gillen as Health Practice Analytics Leader
Buck, an integrated HR and benefits consulting, administration, and technology services firm, announced that David Gillen, a Principal in Buck’s Pittsburgh office, has been appointed to the Health Practice as Analytics Leader.
In this role, Gillen will lead a best-in-class health analytics function at Buck and provide executive level consulting in analytics to identify and drive winning data strategies with clients.
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Gillen previously led the growth and expansion of Innovu, Inc. from a startup to a significant national analytics player as VP of Partner and client relationships. Prior to joining Innovu, Gillen worked in the benefits consulting industry, most recently as a consultant at Willis Towers Watson where he focused on large, self-funded employers.
“A deep understanding of the data harnessed from both traditional and disparate sources can significantly improve a company’s HR infrastructure and drive positive outcomes with its stakeholders,” said Gillen. “I’m excited to broaden the insights we bring to clients and help them realize even greater business results through a purpose-driven approach to industry-leading data and analytics. Buck is making the right technology investments to drive real change for our clients.”
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“In addition to his track record with clients, David’s hands-on experience building, designing, and implementing analytics solutions across the entire HR spectrum gives us a leg up on our competition,” said Dean Aloise, Managing Director, US of Buck. “We are very excited to bring David’s considerable expertise in-house.”
Gillen holds a bachelor’s degree in Managerial Economics from Allegheny College and is finishing his master’s degree at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh.
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