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Upcoming Membership Luncheon
March 17, 2015 from 11:45 – 1:00

Hilton Orlando/Altamonte Springs

350 S. Northlake Blvd

Altamonte Springs, FL  32701

Arrive early for a Special Legislative Meeting
11:15-11:40 AM

CFAHU Legislative Chair, Michele Liro will review legislative issues covered at the state Day on the Hill and NAHU Capitol Conference.

SPEAKER

James Solomon, Certified Wellness Program Coordinator
Senior Client Engagement Manager, Cigna

James will present information on how to build a culture of well-being with case studies of companies that have successfully done this.  He will also discuss innovations in how to identify, reach out to, and coach employees.

James Solomon has been in the Insurance Industry for 18 years, all through the employment of Cigna.  He was hired as a Customer Service Representative and quickly progressed to Manager of the Cigna Tampa Call Center, responsible for the customer service experience of National Accounts as well as large local accounts.

James was hired into the Sales Department in 2003 as a Client Strategy Specialist and promoted to a Senior Client Engagement Manager in 2007.  In this position he has acquired extensive experience working with clients of all sizes including municipalities ranging in size from 500 to 20,000 customers in addition to private sector firms ranging in size from 400 to over 15,000 customers. His responsibilities include health promotion and wellness strategy, enrollment strategy and execution, benefits specialist, and ongoing employer and employee communications.

James was born in Michigan and moved to Florida with his family when he was 3 years old.  He attained his Associates Degree from Polk State College and went on to earn his BA in Business Management from the University of Phoenix.

Cost to Attend luncheon is -
$12 for CFAHU Members & first time guests
$35 for Non-members

CE is free for Members and $!0 per hour for non-members

Email rsvp@cfahu.org by 4 PM on Thursday 3/12/15 to reserve your seat.

Lunch (Vegetarian option available upon request with RSVP)

Caesar Salad

Boursin Chicken –with arugula and julienne prosciutto
Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes
Sauteed Spinach
Warm Rolls with Butter
Iced Tea and Coffee
Swiss fudge cakeCE will immediately follow the luncheon. Details on this course will follow.

Wanted: People to enjoy a beautiful day in the Florida sunshine with friends, associates and golf clubs!

CFAHU & NAIFA CF Golf Tournament
Friday, April 24, 2015
1:00 Shotgun Start

Click Here for Registration details and sign up today!


CFAHU Community Service Chair, John Goergen is asking that members bring hotel toiletries that you have collected, so they can be donated to the needy and homeless.


Membership Minute

2014-2015 CFAHU Membership Campaign

  • November 18, 2014 – March 17, 2015
  • Each member who recruits/sponsors a new member to our chapter will get their name entered into a drawing for a $50 Visa Gift Card.
  • Get your name entered again for each additional member recruited.
  • 2 – $50 Gift Cards will be awarded at the March Membership Meeting
  • The member you recruit must attend at least 1 CFAHU meeting between November and March in order to qualify you for the drawing.

Get your new recruits in now to qualify for the drawing to be held at the 3/17 luncheon!

NAHU Membership Campaign
January – April 30, 2015
 

-Three Campaigns in One

 

1. Top Regional Recruiter: The top recruiter from each region will win $500!

2. Recruit Two New Members:

  • Members who recruit two new members will be in a drawing to receive a $250 gift card.
  • There will be four winners!
  • The top regional recruiter is not eligible for this drawing.

3. Grand Prize!

Members will be entered into a grand prize drawing for a free 2015 Annual Convention registration; airfare to the convention; and 4 nights hotel stay at the convention hotel, who complete the below three:

  • Recruit 6 new members
  • Qualify for Triple Crown
  • Earned an NAHU Certification since January 2013

Invite someone to join today! Send them to http://fahu.org/join.cfm.

Welcome to our newest members:
Luciann Witten of Humana

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Click here for details on the program and how you can qualify.


Congrats to our 2014 LPRT Qualifiers
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Lisa Moreno-Haramboure -Soaring Eagle
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Ever wanted to get a designation but never got around to it? Don’t delay, enroll today!

RHU
If you’ve always wanted RHU after your name, hopefully you’ve already started the process. You have until June 30, 2015 to get everything completed. After that, the American College will no longer be issuing the designation but if you have one, you can use it for the rest of your life.

REBC
The Registered Employee Benefits Consultant will show your clients and prospects that you are a professional and the expert when it comes to Employee Benefit Plans. You will learn about group medical, long term care, deferred compensation programs, and much more.
http://www.theamericancollege.edu/insurance-education/rebc-employee-benefits

DIA
This will show your expertise as a Disability Income Associate. You will learn about the need for disability, individual and group plans, taxation, and government disability plans, just to name a few.
http://www.ahip.org/ciepd/options/dia.html

LTCP
With the Long Term Care Professional Designation, you will become familiar with needs, options, financing, products, administration, and claims. This Designation will ensure that you are providing your clients with the best advice when they are in need of this type of coverage.
http://www.ahip.org/ciepd/options/ltcp.html

CLTC
Certified in Long Term Care will teach the effects upon a family when a long term care situation arises. This includes emotional, physical, and financial consequences. You will learn how to create a plan for your clients and how the plan will be funded. Topics also include the history and regulatory environment of LTC.
http://www.ltc-cltc.com/About-Long-Term-Care-Insurance/Education-for-Professionals