|[March 25, 2014]
Segal Consulting Adds Manager of Health Benefits Advisors in Washington, DC
NEW YORK --(Business Wire)--
Joseph A. LoCicero, President & CEO of The
Segal Group, announced that Thomas E. Miller has joined Segal
Consulting's Washington, DC office as Vice President and Manager of
Health Benefits Advisors.
Mr. LoCicero said, "Tom's decades of experience in working with
multiemployer health plans and in the development of stop-loss insurance
add to the depth of understanding we bring to our health plan clients.
We are very pleased that Tom has decided to continue his career at
Mr. Miller has 25 years of experience in group health plan underwriting
with a leading insurance carrier. He is a graduate of Clarion University
of Pennsylvania (Clarion, PA) with a BS in Education and holds an MBA in
Finance from the University of Baltimore. He is an Associate of the
Health Insurance Association of America (HIAA), a Fellow of the Life
Management Institute (FLMI) and a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist
Mr. Miller is working closely with Robert Logue, VP and Manager
of Health Benefits (who is transitioning from a management role
to a consulting role) and reporting to Stuart Wohl, SVP and East
Region Health Practice Leader.
Segal Group (www.segalgroup.net)
is a leading benefits and HR consulting firm. Segal Group is an
independent organization, headquartered in New York with nearly 1,000
employees throughout the U.S. and Canada. It is the parent of Segal
Select Insurance Services, Inc., and Segal
Rogerscasey. In 2014, The Segal Group is celebrating the 75th
anniversary of its founding by Martin E. Segal (http://www.segalco.com/about-us/#anniversary).
a member of The Segal Group, is a leading, independent firm of benefit,
compensation and human resources consultants. In 2014, The Segal Group
is celebrating the 75th anniversary of its founding by Martin
E. Segal (http://www.segalco.com/about-us/#anniversary).
Segal is headquartered in New York and has nearly 1,000 employees
throughout the U.S. and in Canada. Clients include corporations,
non-profit organizations, professional service firms, state and local
governments and joint boards of trustees administering pension and
health and welfare plans under the Taft-Hartley Act.
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