CHICAGO, June 27 Aon Consulting Worldwide, theglobal human capital consulting organization of Aon Corporation (NYSE: AOC),announced today the following employees were promoted to assistant vicepresident in their respective practice groups across the country.
"Promotion to the officer position of assistant vice president is aconsiderable achievement for these colleagues. This milestone is a testamentto the proven record of providing unparalleled client value and results," saidKathryn Hayley, chief executive officer of Aon Consulting Worldwide."Together these individuals bring decades of experience and expertise, helpingclients shape the workforce of the future through the improved management ofhuman resources and benefits."
Aon Corporation (NYSE: AOC) is the leading global provider of riskmanagement services, insurance & reinsurance brokerage, human capital &management consulting. Through its 36,000 colleagues worldwide, Aon readilydelivers distinctive client value via innovative & effective risk management &workforce productivity solutions. Our industry-leading global resources,technical expertise & industry knowledge are delivered locally through morethan 500 offices in more than 120 countries. Aon was named the world's "bestbroker" by Euromoney magazine's 2008 Insurance Survey. Aon also was ranked byA.M. Best as the number one global insurance brokerage in 2007 based onbrokerage revenues, & voted best insurance intermediary, best reinsuranceintermediary, & best employee benefits consulting firm in 2007 by the readersof Business Insurance. For more information on Aon, log ontohttp://www.aon.com.
About Aon Consulting
Aon Consulting Worldwide (http://www.aon.com/hcc) is among the top globalhuman capital consulting firms, with 2007 revenues of $1.352 billion & 6,335professionals in 117 offices worldwide. Aon Consulting is shaping theworkplace of the future through benefits, talent management & rewardsstrategies & solutions. Aon Consulting was named the best employee benefitconsulting firm by the readers of Business Insurance magazine in 2006 & 2007.Atlanta -- Marc Bussone, Retirement Baltimore -- Judith Baseman, Retirement -- Linda Boarman, Retirement -- Michael Danoff, Retirement -- Daniel Graf, Health & Benefits -- Michael B. Miller, Retirement Chicago -- Kelly Bjornson, Health & Benefits -- Brandon Deans, Health & Benefits -- Teresa Middleton, Finance -- Darren Spencer, Retirement -- Stefany Nicodemus, Health & Benefits -- Sarvesh Soi, Retirement Denver -- Courtney Schouten, Health & Benefits Jericho, N.Y. -- Anthony Aziz, Health & Benefits Liverpool, N.Y. -- Michelle McCormick, Health & Benefits Los Angeles -- Keith Kobayashi, Business Development -- Shella Phan, Retirement Miami -- Patricia Gutierrez, Health & Benefits -- Max Maggio, Global Benefits New York -- Phyllis Jackson, Business Development -- Jill Rafkin, Human Capital -- James Roche, Business Development -- Ana Sanchez, Health & Benefits Parsippany, N.J. -- Lisa Pacheco, Health & Benefits Radnor, PA -- Heidi Laubach, Human Capital -- Mike Yeager, Health & Benefits Rolling Meadows, Ill. -- Terry Brewer, Employee Benefits Outsourcing Tampa, Fla. -- Brooke Kross, Health & Benefits Washington -- Scott Dever, Health & Benefits Winston-Salem, N.C. -- Michael Adam, Employee Benefits Outsourcing -- Kenneth Criss, Retirement -- Melissa Everhart, Retirement -- Ann Jarrett, Employee Benefits Outsourcing -- Lisa Lambeth, Health & Benefits -- Cindy Madewell, Employee Benefits Outsourcing -- Annette Martin, Employee Benefits Outsourcing -- Denise McCoig, Health & Benefits -- Mitzi McLean, Reti