Jill Goldstein leads the Talent and HR BPO offering globally for Accenture Operations. In this role, Jill helps guide the development and enhancement of Accenture’s talent, HR and learning outsourcing services and delivery. Jill joined Accenture in 2006 as Accenture’s product manager for compensation and benefits and has since served in various roles including leading the talent management suite of services and offering development for HR and Learning BPO (now Talent and HR BPO). In 2011, she was named the global HR BPO offering lead; the following year, her role expanded to include Learning BPO.
Bob is the Executive Chairman of Alegeus Technologies. Bob has had an extensive career in healthcare. Most recently, Bob served as the CEO of Payflex, until presiding over its successful sale to Aetna in 2011. Bob held senior executive positions with a number of health plans including CEO and COO of Physicians Health Services, which he took public in 1993. Bob also served as Executive Vice President of Oxford Health Plans where he led the integration of newly acquired Connecticut health plan, MedSpan.
Brigen is a principal at Groom Law Group, Chartered, where he chairs the firm's Policy and Legislation practice group. Mr. Winters counsels employers, plan administrators, financial institutions, insurers, trade associations, and coalitions on health and welfare, retirement, tax, and executive compensation issues, and on regulatory and legislative matters.
Paul is Deloitte Consulting LLP’s national practice leader of Exchanges (Public and Private) and Distribution Strategy for the Health Plan Sector. His work centers on preparing health plans for strategic, market, and operational exchange readiness, including what it takes to serve the consumer more effectively.He is also a thought leader in distribution strategy, focusing on growth strategy in the era of health care reform.Recent engagements include public exchange market turnaround strategy, private exchange strategy and capability development, and retail business unit and distribution strategy, spanning a broad range of clients, from industry associations to national public companies to regional / single state not for profits.Paul also oversees business development for all of Deloitte Consulting’s services for regional health plans headquartered east of the Mississippi River.
Arthur Hall brings over twenty years of strategic, innovative and consultative leadership to the employee benefits industry; most recently in his current role as CEO of Emerson Reid, the largest employee benefits wholesaler in the tri state area of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania markets. His ability to lead large scale business transformation efforts and grow the marketplace has earned him membership on USI’s Executive Leadership Committee working on strategic growth initiatives across the entire business.
Arthur began his career as a disability sales specialist in the Long Island New York market with Paul Revere Insurance in 1992. After a successful 3 years, Arthur elected to join C&B Consulting group and help found the medical General Agency division.
Gerry is the President of ADP Benefit Services, a division of ADP that provides Benefits outsourcing services to many of the largest companies and institutions in the United States. Gerry leads a team responsible for the administration of all facets of Benefits administration including Enrollment, Eligibility, Consumer Directed Benefit Accounts (FSA, HSA, HRA, Commuter, Tuition), COBRA, Dependent Verification and Absence Management.
Ellen is Vice President, Counsel in ADP’s Global Compliance group. Her current focus is on Health Care Reform and all things related to how the Affordable Care Act affects employer of all sizes. Ellen is part of the leadership team for ADP Health Compliance and provides compliance support related to the Affordable Care Act across ADP. Ellen has extensive experience providing business training and day-to-day advice on payroll, HR and Health Care Reform compliance. Ellen is a frequent speaker on the ACA.
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