Voke Ukueku

Voke is a respected executive with expertise in national healthcare contracting and network development for health insurance as well as managed healthcare providers.

With 29 years of experience, Voke provides subject matter expertise for managed care, health insurance, and payment innovation in all aspects of the healthcare industry. With an in-depth understanding of diverse populations, Voke has contracted with the full complement of commercial, state, and federal government-sponsored programs, and Indian Health Service/Tribal 638 entities.

In 2007, Voke launched a boutique management, Brandon Healthcare Solutions FKA Brandon Consulting Group. Within her scope of work, Voke drove the growth of managed care networks in more than 15 States, serving millions of lives and valued at over $7B. She built a statewide network in Florida, winning 80% of available business valued at $1.8B, and led business start-up of a managed community care network that added 5,000 providers, 20 hospitals and generated $50M.

Prior to working as an independent consultant, Voke held executive positions at Anthem, Amerigroup, and Aetna. She supported several government-sponsored programs across the US, including MLTSS, Medicaid, CHIP, ABD, Foster Care, IDD, SNP and Medicare Demonstration initiatives. At Anthem, Voke managed a robust network of 54 hospitals and 10,000 providers that delivered $30M in first-year revenue. At Amerigroup, she developed contracts serving 360,000 lives, contributing $2.5 billion in revenue; and at Aetna, she consolidated all POS/PPO contracts under one umbrella to deliver a consistent revenue stream and increased revenue by $150 million.

Voke earned an MLA in Mass Communications from Oklahoma City University, an MS in Political Science from the University of Central Oklahoma, and a BA in French/Modern Languages from Oklahoma Baptist University. Additionally, she is a PMP and a Certified Associate eligible in Project Management. Voke is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Georgia College of Healthcare Executives, and the Project Management Institute.