Most In­flu­en­tial Women in Ben­e­fit Ad­vis­ing

Employee Benefit News - - CONTENTS - BY BRUCE SHUTAN

In a largely male-dom­i­nated pro­fes­sion, these 30 win­ners stand out for both per­sonal and pro­fes­sional rea­sons. Many have found sub­stan­tial sav­ings for em­ployer clients and oth­ers strength­ened their or­ga­ni­za­tion’s bot­tom line.

In a largely male-dom­i­nated pro­fes­sion, EBN’s 2017 Most In­flu­en­tial Women in Ben­e­fit Ad­vis­ing stand out for both per­sonal and pro­fes­sional rea­sons. Some of these win­ners were cred­ited with find­ing sub­stan­tial sav­ings for em­ployer clients and strength­en­ing their or­ga­ni­za­tion’s bot­tom line. Sev­eral showed brav­ery in the face of un­speak­able ob­sta­cles or gave back to their lo­cal com­mu­nity. One woman runs a non­profit ded­i­cated to cur­ing lung can­cer. Many men­tored fe­male peers whom they en­cour­aged to climb the cor­po­rate lad­der.

The list, se­lected by ed­i­tors from EBN and Em­ployee Ben­e­fit Ad­viser af­ter a month-long on­line nom­i­na­tion process, is brim­ming with thought lead­ers who be­long to var­i­ous in­dus­try or­ga­ni­za­tions. Some made their mark in me­dia by con­tribut­ing to books or pop­u­lar news out­lets. Oth­ers ad­vo­cate a holis­tic ap­proach to tech­nol­ogy, be­hav­ioral fi­nance, level-fund­ing tech­niques, mind-body heal­ing and met­rics to track cor­po­rate ob­jec­tives.

2017 win­ners in­clude re­sult­sori­ented thought lead­ers with heart and soul

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