Kathleen Zorica

Kathleen M. Zorica

General Manager, Consumer Services at Blue Shield Companies

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Location:
P.O. Box 272540, Chico, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(888) 266-8080

General Information

Experience

Senior Vice President of Product Management and Business Analysis  - Alliance Blue Cross Blue Shield

Vice President of Individual Sales (Most Recent)  - Anthem , Inc.

General Manager of Consumer Services for Health Plan  - WellPoint , Inc.

Education

BSBA degree  - Southeast Missouri State University

MBA  - St. Louis University

bachelor of science degree  - business administration , Southeast Missouri State University

Affiliations

Member of the Board of Directors for the St. Louis Chapter  - March of Dimes

Certified Public Accountant and A Member  - Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants

Board Member  - Logos School

Recent News  

Kathleen Zorica, general manager, Consumer Services, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Missouri, and chairman of the executive committee for this year's event, invites all members of the community to join in the prostate cancer walk on Aug. 21.

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"We hope to increase awareness about the importance of screenings, before any symptoms occur," states Kathleen Zorica, vice president and general manager, Consumer Services, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Missouri, and co- chairperson of the executive committee for this year's event.National health organizations recommend all men over the age of 50, African-American men over the age of 40, and any man experiencing symptoms to be screened annually for prostate cancer.The prostate is located beneath the bladder and completely surrounds the urethra.Symptoms of an enlarged prostate, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), include: frequent urination at night; a weak urine stream; stopping and starting urination; leaking or dribbling; or a feeling that the bladder is not completely empty."We encourage the entire community to join us at the Walk -- it's not just for men.With today's busy lifestyles this is a great opportunity for families or friends to spend a Saturday together while encouraging a loved one to take time for his health and wellness," states Ms. Zorica.

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"We hope to increase awareness about the importance of screenings, before any symptoms occur," states Kathleen Zorica, vice president and general manager, Consumer Services, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Missouri, and co- chairperson of the executive committee for this year's event.National health organizations recommend all men over the age of 50, African-American men over the age of 40, and any man experiencing symptoms to be screened annually for prostate cancer.The prostate is located beneath the bladder and completely surrounds the urethra.Symptoms of an enlarged prostate, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), include: frequent urination at night; a weak urine stream; stopping and starting urination; leaking or dribbling; or a feeling that the bladder is not completely empty."We encourage the entire community to join us at the Walk -- it's not just for men.With today's busy lifestyles this is a great opportunity for families or friends to spend a Saturday together while encouraging a loved one to take time for his health and wellness," states Ms. Zorica.

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