Manager of Product Portfolio and Strategy
Kathryn Otto-McLeod is the manager of product portfolio and strategy at The Alliance. In this role, Otto-McLeod is responsible for The Alliance’s full portfolio of products and vendor partnerships.
Otto-McLeod manages Single Source Self-Funding™, the QualityPath® initiative and other programs. Her role also includes researching and developing new products and services that support the mission of The Alliance.
Before joining The Alliance in December 2014, Otto-McLeod was director of sales, product development and marketing communications at WEA Trust. Earlier positions include director of health care initiatives at THRIVE; manager of group retention at Dean Health Insurance; and manager of group services at Physicians Plus Insurance Corp.
Otto-McLeod has an executive master of business administration degree from UW-Madison and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Cardinal Stritch University. She is a certified employee benefits specialist (CEBS) and holds licenses in health and life insurance.
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