Loi enjoys traveling, cooking, volunteering and speaks intermediary Spanish. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Fordham University, Master Certificate in Business Intelligence from Villanova University and attended a management program at the Tuck School of Business. Additionally, Loi is a MetLife Lean Practitioner. Loi resides in New York with her husband and daughter.
Earlier in her career, Loi worked in Loews Cineplex Entertainment’s Human Resources department.
Loi has spent much of her career focused on financial reporting, process improvement and managing teams. Prior to her current role in GEB, Stoddard worked in MetLife’s Financial Management Group, managing monthly projections and reporting of expenses, headcount and sales for U.S. Business and Latin America. During her tenure in Finance, she had the opportunity to lead the MetLife Way deployment (process improvement initiative) across the end-to-end monthly projection process, which drove significant efficiency gains and enhanced data quality. From 2008 to 2011, Loi was the chief of staff to the head of Employee Benefits Sales in U.S. Group Benefits. Prior roles include reporting across Retail sales, Group Sales and Group Underwriting.
As vice president of Planning & Business Development for Global Employee Benefits (GEB), Stoddard partners closely with MetLife’s regional leaders to drive strategy development and business planning for MetLife’s Employee Benefits businesses in 39 countries outside the U.S. At the beginning of 2018, Loi took on the program lead responsibility for the new PlanSmart Financial Wellness offering for our U.S. National Accounts business including leading product launch and strategy initiatives across the organization. She is a member of MetLife GEB Senior Leadership Team.
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