The Liberty Company Insurance Brokers in Woodland Hills, Calif., has named Megvarran Lalsa chief financial officer.

Megvarran has 20 years of experience in accounting and finance. Megvarran previously worked at Venbrook Group, SCAN Health Plan, Crescent Healthcare and Cardinal Health.

The Liberty Company Insurance Brokers is an independent broker with offices throughout the country.

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