About Malorie Maddox

Malorie Maddox, Vice President of Communications, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska

Malorie Maddox, a native of Kansas, is a graduate of the University of Kansas.

In her role as  vice president of communications at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska, she leads the internal communications, external communications and corporate social responsibility teams. Malorie also serves as Executive Sponsor of the Diversity and Inclusion Business Council.

Previously, Malorie spent 20 years as an award winning journalist. She has been recognized with numerous Associated Press and Nebraska Broadcast Association awards. This past year, she was nominated for an Emmy for her 30-minute special, “Mothers Who Kill.”

Malorie was recognized as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Omahans and honored with the Tribute to Women Award. This is one of the most prestigious awards in Omaha recognizing those who keep women and children safe in our community.

Malorie was featured in Metro Magazine’s “Gamechanger” profile. She was also featured in Omaha Magazine and in a recent follow-up entitled “Born Leader” for Edge Magazine’s five year anniversary.

Malorie covered an extensive range of stories in her 20 years. She field anchored from Pilger, Nebraska following the deadly tornadoes. She exposed a Ponzi scheme in Omaha, resulting in a Federal indictment. Malorie reported live from the stage of Jeopardy to the Red Carpet of The Voice.

Notable interviews include: Governor Dave Heineman, Senator Deb Fischer, Blake Shelton, Jessica Simpson, Christina Aguilera, The Jonas Brothers, Bill Self, Mike Riley, Alex Trebek, Missy Franklin, and Elizabeth Smart.

Malorie has emceed more than 500 events for organizations in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas. She served as a board member for the Women’s Center for Advancement. She has presented as a keynote speaker and panelist at various events throughout the Heartland, including Senator Deb Fischer’s Bridging the Gap event in 2018.

Her passion for storytelling, and commitment to the community, led her to BCBSNE. She is proud to build upon the reputation BCBSNE has earned for 80 years.

Malorie and her husband, Greg, their son, Moss, and their dog, Evie, live in Elkhorn.


 



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