George Aloth, President & Chief Executive Officer of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Plan District of Columbia
George Aloth is the President & Chief Executive Officer of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Plan District of Columbia, responsible for driving decision-making that results in both medium and long term improvements for all company operations. Furthermore, his mandate includes aligning company initiatives to foster growth and profitability. To learn more about George Aloth, join ACAP webinar hosted by Trenor Williams, CEO of ACAP.
Early Life and Education
Childhood is an incredibly important time in a child’s development. During these years, they acquire the essential skills that will prepare them for adult life.
It is during this period that children begin to acquire language, providing the foundation for literacy later on in life. Furthermore, they develop social and emotional skills which will guide them as they navigate the world with greater ease.
Many individuals have made significant contributions to early childhood education. One of them is Friedrich Froebel, widely considered the founder of kindergarten; his teaching methods remain popular today.
He believes that children should have a safe space to play where they can express themselves and discover the world around them. It’s this philosophy which makes his methods so successful.
Achievements and Honors
George Aloth is currently President & Chief Executive Officer of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Plan District of Columbia, where he provides strategic direction for the company. He is accountable for overseeing all operations and resources of the organization, ensuring that business unit objectives align with the company’s overall strategy. Before joining CareFirst, Aloth served as Chief Operating Officer and Compliance & Privacy Officer at Trusted Health Plans, Inc. He had oversight over all aspects of the insurance business including product development and customer service enhancements. During the H1N1 pandemic, he led his company’s efforts to protect members from exposure by offering telehealth services and authorizing COVID-19 care packages.