Benefits: Leny Bader

Penn's new Director of Benefits is Elenita V. (Leny) Bader, former executive director for the Health Services Retirement Plan of New York City. She joined the division December 2. Human Resources Vice President H. Clint Davidson in announcing her appointment said that with over 20 years' experience with both private and public employers, "Leny understands the challenges of designing and administering benefits programs in a complex employment environment. She also brings excellent analytical and financial skills to the position, which will significantly help Penn manage its benefits programs in the future."

Ms. Bader graduated magna cum laude with a B.B.A. in accounting from the University of the East in Manila, The Philippines. She also took an M.B.A. in financial management there, and is licensed as a C.P.A. in the Philippines.

She began her career in 1969 as assistant vice president of the Trust Division of Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, New York, where she eventually became vice president of corporate benefits. In 1981, she took that vice presidential post at Chemical New York Corporation, and four years later became vice president of indirect compensation at Citibank NA, where she developed and managed benefit and incentive programs. In her most recent post, with the Health Services Retirement Plan of New York since 1988, she managed the defined benefits programs of 14 health care institutions with assets of a quarterbillion dollars. A frequent lecturer and seminar leader, Ms. Bader is on the speakers' panel for the Institute of Investors and on the Citibank Advisory Board.


Volume 43 Number 14
December 3, 1996

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