Specialty insurance brokerage and risk management firm Risk Strategies has announced the appointment of Danielle Chaplick as managing director for Risk Strategies Consulting.
In her new role, Chaplick will be responsible for supporting the overall national growth and client service strategy of the business.
Chaplick will also support the infrastructure recalibration and integration of assets in Risk Strategies Consulting to form a cohesive team and streamline its client service delivery model.
Risk Strategies launched the national consulting business last year, merging the expertise and offering of consulting and actuarial firms.
“Bringing together the specialty consulting, audit and actuarial firms we have acquired was the first step to delivering a holistic consulting experience to clients,” said John Greenbaum, national consulting services leader at Risk Strategies. “We will continue to invest and grow our consulting business to meet the current and evolving needs of our clients, and we are very excited to bring Danielle on board. She has a great background in strategic consulting, healthcare administration, government, and sales, combined with her ability to bring data-driven solutions to client challenges in this space.”
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Prior to joining Risk Strategies Consulting, Chaplick served at Gallagher Benefit Services as vice president and Northeast regional director – public sector. She has also worked in employee benefits at Marsh & McLennan Agency and held roles in government healthcare administration, program development and product management. She holds a Certified Insurance Consultant license.
“With so many offerings in the marketplace for employers to mitigate growing costs, the challenges of maintaining quality benefits for employees remains a constant uphill battle for most,” Chaplick said. “I am excited to join the talented team and leaders at Risk Strategies to help build out a new consulting practice and employ a panoramic approach to managing health and welfare programs.”
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