What's coming up for benefits enrollment in 2023 and beyond? In this educational webinar, experts from LIMRA and Colonial Life review the 2022 enrollment season's greatest hits, share new insights into employee preferences and highlight the important trends you can use to create a truly engaging and beneficial experience for employees during your next benefits enrollment.
Associate Research Director, LIMRA
Kimberly Landry is an Associate Research Director for Workplace Benefits Research at LIMRA. She conducts quantitative and qualitative research on hot topics within the employee benefits industry, with a specific focus on employer and employee perspectives. She is also responsible for LIMRA's worksite and supplemental health research programs. She is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events. Kim joined LIMRA in 2008. She received her bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University and her master's degree from the University of Hartford.
Senior Vice President and Head of Sales, Colonial Life
Michael Stachowiak is responsible for leading the sales and recruiting activities for Colonial Life's 14,000-member national sales organization. He has almost two decades worth of experience in sales and leadership from across the country. His previous experience includes leading broker and sales teams and spearheading national field and broker strategies across the West Coast and in the states of California, Washington and Oregon. Michael is a graduate of The School of Business at Portland State University and holds a degree in business administration and human resource management. He currently serves as an Editorial Board member for Voluntary Advantage.
Vice President, Enrollment Strategy, Colonial Life
Kaleb Unverfehrt is the Vice President of Enrollment Strategy and Solutions for Colonial Life. He oversees client enrollment positioning and fulfillment across both the Unum and Colonial Life brands. His team focuses on ensuring that the right processes, tools and talent are aligned to deliver quality benefits education and engagement experiences to workers via the nearly 50,000 enrollment events Colonial Life supports annually. Outside of work, Unverfehrt serves on the Board of Directors at Transitions, a non-profit focused on ending homelessness in South Carolina. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and a master's degree in international business from the University of South Carolina.
Learn hall-of-fame ways to overcome enrollment challenges from Colonial Life customers like you.
Employee experiences that will help retain and delight your people.
Best practices for employers that improve the employee experience.