Jen Nishio

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Seattle Office Business Leader, Health

Mercer, a global leader in redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being, has named Jen Nishio as Seattle Health Office Business Leader. Her responsibilities include driving revenue growth for Mercer’s Health business, leading key client engagements and building brand and market awareness in the Pacific Northwest. Ms. Nishio will report to Trisha Tyler, Partner and West Market Health Business Leader.

"Jen is an industry leader with a deep understanding of key issues facing the healthcare industry. We are delighted to have her back on board.” Said Ms. Tyler. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Jen back to Mercer,” said Laurie Alook, Pacific Northwest Market Leader. “Her proven track record and experience in business and client leadership will help us further provide trusted advice to our clients while fueling our continued growth in the Pacific Northwest.”

Ms. Nishio began her career with Mercer as an analyst, and has since held various roles in healthcare and technology companies focused on sales, strategy and operations. Most recently she was the Senior Director of Business Development for Accolade, responsible for implementing national growth strategies and managing consultant partnerships. Ms. Nishio holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford University. 

About Mercer

Mercer believes in building brighter futures by redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being. Mercer’s more than 25,000 employees are based in 44 countries and the firm operates in over 130 countries. Mercer is a business of Marsh & McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world’s leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people, with 76,000 colleagues and annual revenue of $17 billion. Through its market-leading businesses including Marsh, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman, Marsh & McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment. For more information, visit Follow Mercer on Twitter @Mercer.