HealthEquity, Inc. (NASDAQ: HQY), a leading health savings account (HSA) provider, is pleased to announce that its Chief Information and Technology Officer (CTO) Ashley Dreier was awarded 'CTO of the Year' by the Utah Technology Council (UTC), Utah's premier professional association for over 6,000 tech companies. During the UTC's 26 th annual members meeting, Dreier was selected among 212 CTOs across Utah to receive the prestigious award.

Dreier has more than 20 years of high-tech engineering experience in business applications and software development. Dreier leads HealthEquity's software development, technology infrastructure and information services teams. As a recognized thought leader, she regularly contributes to UTC's CTO forum sharing best practices, discussing trending topics and providing solutions for learning opportunities.

"We are honored to have Ashley recognized by her peers in Utah's tech industry," said Jon Kessler, president and CEO of HealthEquity. "Ashley's knowledge and vision has been invaluable in shaping our technology strategy. Thanks to her leadership and team, the focus on increased quality and efficiency is driving the company's success."

Utah Technology Council gives an influential, unified voice to the state's 6,000 technology businesses and marshals support from government, education and community leaders. UTC's annual members meeting is an invitation-only event for their members to review the last 12 months' successes, set goals for the upcoming year and present industry awards to individuals that have made a significant impact to elevate Utah's entire tech community.

About HealthEquity

Founded in 2002, HealthEquity is the nation's largest health savings account non-bank custodian. The company's innovative technology platform and tax-advantaged accounts help members build health savings, while controlling health care costs. HealthEquity services more than 2.7 million health savings accounts for 87 health plan partners and employees at more than 34,000 companies across the United States.

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