Thomas Chuba Joins Buck Consultants as Principal

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<p><strong>New York &mdash; Aug. 23</strong><br />Buck Consultants, an ACS company and a worldwide human resource and benefits consulting firm, has announced that Thomas Chuba has joined Buck Consultants as a principal in its Pittsburgh office. </p><p>Chuba will serve in Buck&rsquo;s health and productivity practice.<br /><br />Chuba joins Buck from Aetna Inc., where he served as regional sales vice president of its government and labor division.  </p><p>His 20 years of health and welfare experience includes extensive expertise with Taft-Hartley trust funds, labor unions, public schools, colleges and universities. </p><p>Chuba&rsquo;s expertise also includes new-business development and sales strategy.<br /><br />Chuba has 14 years of experience in the Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania market, having served with Highmark Inc. as director of labor trusts and education.<br /><br />Chuba received his bachelor&rsquo;s degree in business administration from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. </p><p>He served in the U.S. Army as an officer for four years of active duty and was a commanding officer in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard for five years.</p><p>Chuba received a labor certification designation from the George Meany Center National Labor College and a certified health consultant designation from the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association at Purdue University. </p><p>He is also a member of the National Association of Life Underwriters.</p>

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