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Maximus appoints Jan Madsen and John Haley to board of directors

Christian Fernsby | Reston, Va., USA | March 24, 2020
MaximusMaximus, a provider of government services worldwide, announced that Jan D. Madsen and John J. Haley have been appointed to the company’s board of directors.
Jan D. Madsen, CPA, brings extensive financial expertise and leadership to the MAXIMUS Board.

She currently serves as Executive Vice President for Operations at Creighton University with responsibilities including continuous improvement, facilities, finance, human resources, internal audit and university communications and marketing.

Previously, from 2010 to 2014, Ms. Madsen served as Creighton’s Vice President for Finance, managing the university’s budget.

Prior to assuming the executive vice president role, Ms. Madsen served as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer for West Corporation with responsibility for leading more than 400 employees in 28 countries and managing global financial operations including treasury, accounting, planning and forecasting, external and internal reporting, tax, and internal audit.

Prior to this, Ms. Madsen held various finance and operating roles at First Data Corporation and was a manager at an international public accounting firm.

Ms. Madsen received her B.S.B.A. in accounting from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

She is a member of the Nebraska Society of Certified Public Accountants.

John J. Haley previously served as one of the Maximus Board of Directors from 2002 – 2019.

Since January 2016, Mr. Haley has served as the Chief Executive Officer and Director of Willis Towers Watson, an insurance broker and human resources and employee benefits consulting firm formed through the merger of Willis Group Holdings Public Limited Company and Towers Watson and Co.

From 2010 until January 2016, Mr. Haley served as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Towers Watson & Co.

Previously he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Watson Wyatt Worldwide, Inc. from 1999 until its merger with Towers Perrin, Forster and Crosby, Inc. in 2010.

Mr. Haley joined Watson Wyatt in 1977.

He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and is a co-author of Fundamentals of Private Pensions (University of Pennsylvania Press).

Mr. Haley has an A.B. in Mathematics from Rutgers College and studied under a Fellowship at the Graduate School of Mathematics at Yale University.