Please join us on May 17th for:
Western Pension and Benefits Council
Salt Lake City Chapter Spring Seminar
May 17, 2019, 8:00am - 1:30pm
Little America Hotel
500 S Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Fees: $100 for members, $150 for non-members (members can bring guests for the member rate)
Continental Breakfast and Lunch to be served.
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Our speakers include:
Jeremy Rowley .
Cybersecurity and Data Privacy 101
Jeremy Rowley is the Chief Product and Compliance Officer for DigiCert, a Utah based company that provides identification, authentication and encryption services to increase worldwide internet security and data privacy. Jeremy leads the DigiCert product development, industry standard, and compliance teams; their focuses are on improving certificate management, protecting web services, signing digital code and documents, strengthening authentication, encryption and integrity, securing data exchange of medical records and other sensitive data, and determining industry standards. Jeremy is a regular speaker at conferences all over the world and is widely recognized as an expert in internet security. He earned a MS and BS of Chemical Engineering as well as a JD from Brigham Young University. He has also completed an MBA through the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University.
Phillip L. Currie Jr.
Introduction to Nonqualified Plans
For over 25 years, Managing Director Phillip L. Currie, Jr. has consulted in the employee and executive benefits field where he is recognized as an industry leader. His expertise includes designing executive benefit programs that align plan design features with corporate objectives and the implementation of various employee benefit cost take out strategies. Phil currently oversees the management of numerous employee and executive benefit programs for his Fortune 1000 clients, which are long-term client relationships that are built on trust and confidence in Phil's experience and integrity. Phil has more than 15 years of experience as a top executive benefits producer for one of the nation's leading service providers; recognized as a leader of various employee benefit cost take out strategies. He began his career in the employee benefits division of Sedgwick James, which later merged with Marsh. At Sedgwick James, he developed the national "Standards of Practice" for the firm's Executive Benefits Group. He is part of City of Glendora Investment Advisory Committee, the Board of the Glendora Unified School District Foundation, and is a Junior Achievement Volunteer for Glendora, CA. Phil is Series 7 and 63 registered, insurance licensed since 1989 and earned a BS in Business Administration.
How Connecting Health & Wealth Will Make You (& Your Clients) Happy
Stephanie is a public health practitioner who is passionate about holistic health, learning, and balance. She earned her B.S. from BYU in Microbiology and Chemistry and her MPH from Boston University dual majoring in Health Law, Bioethics & Human Rights and Social & Behavioral Sciences. Through her former experience as a high school teacher and her current post as the Benefits & Wellness Manager at HealthEquity, it is her goal to help improve the health of the masses through strategically designed interventions with mass-appeal. Over the past four years she has built the HealthEquity Wellness Program from the ground up to one that now supports over 1000 team members and their families and provides multiple onsite opportunities for participation in health lifestyles through avenues such as onsite yoga, guided meditation, learning and hydroponic tower gardens. She enjoys crafting new interventions each year to meet the changing, holistic needs of the team.
Please RSVP by 5:00 p.m. on May 15, to ensure we have space available for you.
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