Webinar: Best Practices: Why CEOs and CFOs Need to Be Involved in Employee Healthcare Purchasing
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This 60-minute webinar (which includes 15 minutes of Q&A) will introduce a creative approach to employer-sponsored healthcare that may have been inaccessible to nonprofits in the past, self-funding. With more organizations moving towards a fully or partially self-funded model, it is imperative that CEOs and CFOs become more intimately involved with employee healthcare decisions to ensure the long-term viability for both the organization and its employees.

9/15/2016
When: Thursday, September 15, 2016
1:00 PM
Where: Online
Contact: Sadie Agurkis

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Employee healthcare isn't just an HR decision; it's a fiscal one that demands the involvement of the CEO and CFO.

 

This 60-minute webinar (which includes 15 minutes of Q&A) will introduce a creative approach to employer-sponsored healthcare that may have been inaccessible to nonprofits in the past, self-funding. With more organizations moving towards a fully or partially self-funded model, it is imperative that CEOs and CFOs become more intimately involved with employee healthcare decisions to ensure the long-term viability for both the organization and its employees.

 

At the end of this webinar, participants will better grasp:

  • The importance of CEO & CFO involvement in choosing employee benefits
  • Best practices to consider as your organization approaches healthcare renewals
  • Benefits of a team approach & finding common ground
  • Investigating financially responsible healthcare programs
  • Employee recruitment and retention -- how benefits fit into a competitive comp package

 

About the Instructors

 

 

Kristin Donahue

Chief Marketing Officer, Nonstop Wellness

 

Kristin Donahue has been with Nonstop Administration and Insurance Services since its inception in 2012 and is based in the company’s Portland office. Her primary role is to develop strategic communication and marketing plans for Nonstop. Kristin played an integral role in the development and launch of the Nonstop Wellness program, Nonstop’s flagship health insurance product designed specifically for nonprofits. Kristin continues to support Nonstop Wellness through her work with national and regional partners, including customizing Nonstop Wellness and its delivery channels for specific nonprofit industries. Kristin also manages the community outreach teams at Nonstop, which provide support for nonprofits at a regional level.


Rachel Johnson

Community Liaison, Nonstop Wellness

 

Rachel joined Nonstop in 2014. She works with nonprofits to build customized insurance plans, and develop personalized and targeted savings analyses to help clients make effective decisions around employee care. Rachel also serves as a contact for the Nonstop Advisory Board, a group of high-profile retired nonprofit executives. In addition, Rachel’s role as Community Liaison includes supporting outreach and marketing activities, and acting as a spokesperson for Nonstop at community and educational events.  Prior to joining Nonstop, Rachel managed regional sales and advertising campaigns for government and nonprofit clients for Lamar Transit Advertising. She has a degree in Business Administration/Accounting from Portland State University, and has received multiple awards for her work in sales and marketing. Rachel has served as co-founder and Treasurer for the Bridgetown Society, an organization dedicated to supporting fundraising efforts for nonprofits in Portland, OR. In addition, Rachel has sat on the marketing committee for Molly’s Fund, a Portland-based nonprofit committed to education, advocacy and support for people living with lupus. 

 

 

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