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Leapfrog Gets New CEO

January 24, 2008
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Leah Binder, M.A., MGA, has been appointed CEO of The Leapfrog Group, effective March 10.

Currently vice president of Franklin Community Health Network (FCHN) based in Farmington, Maine, Binder oversees operations for the system involving marketing, planning and public health outreach, and also serves as executive director of the Healthy Community Coalition (HCC) and Franklin Health Access.

Before arriving in Farmington, Binder served as senior policy advisor to New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani where she developed programs to improve care of the uninsured. She began her career in health policy with the National League for Nursing where she served as public policy director.



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