Friday, October 8th, 2021 | Choose your preferred time
17 Hours vs. 17 Minutes:
Personalize & Present Your Benefits in a Way that Keeps Your Employees’ Attention
Between working on a computer, watching TV, looking at your smartphone, and gaming, the average American spends more than 17 hours in front of a screen every single day.
On the flip side, the average American only spends about 17 minutes even thinking about and selecting their benefits each year.
We’re here to help you bridge that canyon-sized gap in attention span.
Learn how to leverage technology to bring more personalization to your employee benefits and engage, educate, and activate programs for your employees.
It’s time for HR to have the right tools and get personal, so they can connect employees with the right benefits when they need them most.
Join us on October 8th and walk away ready to:
- Elevate your benefits as a part of your recruitment and retention strategy
- Drive engagement in your organization through different communication mediums
- Get people to become better consumers of their benefits and leverage non-electable programs that may not always require
Head of Marketing & Product Solutions – Businessolver
Few know the benefits administration technology and services industry as well as Bridget. With 12+ years of product management and marketing experience, the Iowa native uses her strengths to identify and embrace the future. She’s always interested in “what’s next” and pays close attention to industry trends that help point the way forward for Businessolver customers. Bridget joined Businessolver in 2015, earned her MBA from the University of Northern Iowa and holds undergraduate degrees in business, management and Spanish from Central College in Pella, Iowa.
TOP STRENGTHS: Futuristic | Input | Strategic | Competition | Self-Assurance
SVP, Innovation and Strategy – Businessolver
With 20+ years of experience working for professional services firms, Sherri has acquired considerable knowledge and expertise in employee benefit strategy, health care delivery, benefits administration, and consumer engagement. She spent half her career as a health care consulting actuary, focused on creating new data-driven solutions and strategies to meet clients’ needs. After experiencing significant frustration in designing creative plans and programs that couldn’t be efficiently administered, Sherri transitioned to focus on end-to-end solutions, creating one of the first private exchange solutions. At Businessolver, Sherri is focused on driving innovation and outcomes to support the needs of clients, employees, and families. She is a graduate of Maryville University with a B.S. in actuarial science and holds an M.B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis.
TOP STRENGTHS: Achiever | Learner | Responsibility | Communication | Activator
Product Manager Tech II – Businessolver
Since joining Businessolver in 2016, Kristen has worked to use her acute interest in the power of data and analytics to build exciting products for consumers. At Businessolver, she spends majority of her time hanging out with Sofia, our industry-first artificial intelligence-powered virtual personal benefits assistant. As a member of Businessolver’s Innovation Works team, Kristen and team continue to develop Sofia’s natural language understanding (NLU) and coordinate the creation of Sofia’s next generation roadmap. In her free time, this University of Colorado Boulder alum enjoys hiking with her husband and dog.
TOP STRENGTHS: Restorative | Arranger | Developer | Learner | Responsibility
Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer – Amino
David Vivero is co-founder and CEO of Amino, a new consumer health care company that empowers people to make confident health care decisions, starting with the doctors they choose. He guides the vision and direction of the company and its personalized, data-driven approach to health care.
Previously, David was VP of Rentals at Zillow, responsible for the world’s largest online rental marketplace. He arrived at Zillow after the company acquired RentJuice, which he co-founded in 2008. David is also a General Partner at Red Swan Ventures, a seed investment fund that has supported Warby Parker, Birchbox, AltSchool, and dozens of other high growth companies. A Forbes “30 Under 30” entrepreneur, David has been quoted in Forbes, New York Times, TIME, TechCrunch and more. He holds a BA and MBA from Harvard University.
Duration: 40 Minutes
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