| CEO of Cigna|| David Cordani|
| Texas A&M University
University of Hartford|
Texas A&M University, University of Hartford
David Cordani Wikipedia
David Cordani (born 1966) is an American business executive. He has served as the President of Cigna HealthCare since 2005 and President and Chief Operating Officer of Cigna Corporation since 2008.
In 2012, David Cordani was lampooned (using his real name) in an article by The Onion, in which Cigna's infamous claim denial history was the subject of the joke.
David Cordani was born in 1966. He completed his undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University and earned an MBA from the University of Hartford.
Cordani has served as President of Cigna HealthCare since July 2005 and has been President and Chief Operating Officer of Cigna Corporation since June 2008. In 2011, he received a total compensation of $19.09 million, encompassing $1 million in direct salary, $9.3 million in non-equity incentives, $5.8 million in restricted stock awards, and $2.99 million in "other compensation".