People: MOBE hires Von Miles, Denise Vance-Rodrigues to CCO roles

Von Miles, left, and Denise Vance-Rodrigues.

Von Miles, left, and Denise Vance-Rodrigues. Courtesy Photos

Health tech company MOBE, which opened its co-headquarters in Reno in 2019, announced this month the additions of 
Von Miles and Denise Vance-Rodrigues to support the company’s growing range of customers.

Miles will serve as Chief Commercial Officer-Health Plans and Vance-Rodrigues will serve as Chief Commercial Officer-Employer, according to a June 2 press release.

“At the core of our mission to help people live healthier, happier lives, is the drive to expand … and Denise’s and Von’s experience and passion will help us do just that,” Chris Cronin, CEO of MOBE, said in a statement. “Their deep expertise across the payer and employer spaces will be invaluable to our customers as we continue to grow in the year ahead. We see each of these phenomenal leaders as instrumental in realizing our potential to help people achieve better health outcomes and better use of healthcare dollars and resources.”

Miles has a decades-long track record for building teams and businesses; most recently at Ascension Health, Miles helped build Agilify Automation, an intelligent automation solution for employers. Prior to Ascension, Von held leadership roles in the IT consulting space and at UnitedHealth Group. She received her undergraduate degree from Indiana University and has held board positions with TechPoint Foundation for Youth, SMART MOVES, and GROW Inc.

Vance-Rodrigues has 35 years of experience in the employee benefits consulting business; in her previous role at Canopy Health, she was Vice President of Business Development and Marketing. She has held several board positions in the past with the Silicon Valley Association of Health Underwriters, Northern California Employee Benefit Council and Golden Gate Association of Health Underwriters. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of San Francisco.


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