A few of our Clients

The Dallas-Fort Worth Business Group on Health (DFWBGH) is a coalition of Dallas and Fort Worth area employers committed to educating and empowering local employers and their employees to make informed healthcare-related decisions, and to promoting healthcare quality, cost-effectiveness, transparency, and accountability in our community.

The Southeast Benefits Education Network, formerly Southern Employee Benefits Conference was incorporated as the Southern Pension Conference by order of the Superior Court of Fulton County, Georgia, on December 9, 1969, as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. In February 1991, the name was modified from “Pension” to “Employee Benefits” to better reflect the purpose of the Conference and broader representation of its membership.

Founded in 1975, SouthWest Benefits is a regional, non-profit association designed to foster relationships and support the educational growth of professionals in employee benefits. Members represent a wide range of specialties, including corporate human resources, benefit plan administration, financial management, investment counseling, third party administration, law, accounting, actuarial, and consulting. SWBA serves Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas. Membership in SWBA is not restricted by the region of service.

The Texas Business Group on Health (TBGH), founded in 1985, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and support of community-based employer coalitions across Texas.

The Worldwide Employee Benefits (WEB) Network’s mission is to further the development and education of benefits professionals. They are committed to helping define the role of the benefits professional in the 21st century.

The Dallas-Fort Worth Business Group on Health (DFWBGH) is a coalition of Dallas and Fort Worth area employers committed to educating and empowering local employers and their employees to make informed healthcare-related decisions, and to promoting healthcare quality, cost-effectiveness, transparency, and accountability in our community.

The Southeast Benefits Education Network, formerly Southern Employee Benefits Conference was incorporated as the Southern Pension Conference by order of the Superior Court of Fulton County, Georgia, on December 9, 1969, as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. In February 1991, the name was modified from “Pension” to “Employee Benefits” to better reflect the purpose of the Conference and broader representation of its membership.

Founded in 1975, SouthWest Benefits is a regional, non-profit association designed to foster relationships and support the educational growth of professionals in employee benefits. Members represent a wide range of specialties, including corporate human resources, benefit plan administration, financial management, investment counseling, third party administration, law, accounting, actuarial, and consulting. SWBA serves Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas. Membership in SWBA is not restricted by the region of service.

The Texas Business Group on Health (TBGH), founded in 1985, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and support of community-based employer coalitions across Texas.

The Worldwide Employee Benefits (WEB) Network’s mission is to further the development and education of benefits professionals. They are committed to helping define the role of the benefits professional in the 21st century.