Janet Stebbins returns to Marsh Consulting
Marsh Consulting Group of Paso Robles announced today that Janet Stebbins has returned to the MCG team as its newest benefit analyst. Stebbins enriches MCG’s team with an intimate knowledge of self-funded plan design and claims administration as well as regulatory compliance, the company says in a press release.
A licensed life agent in California, Stebbins began her career in the health insurance industry in 1985 as a claim examiner at Aetna. Prior to moving to the Central Coast in 2007, she served as a claims manager in California’s Central Valley.
According to MCG’s Consulting Actuary and President Geoff Marsh, “Employers’ desire to get and keep benefit costs under control – especially with the Affordable Care Act layered over a rather slow economic recovery – has translated into a greater demand for MCG’s services. To meet the demand we are pleased to bring Janet back on as benefit analyst. We are confident that her character, intellect, and customer service mindset fits our culture and will benefit our clients.”
MCG envisions benefits consulting as a “three-legged stool” comprising strategic cost control, communications, and regulatory compliance. Stebbins joins benefit analysts Jeannine Frey-Culp, Anne Dansereau, and Gretchen Niller, communications consultant Robin Oswald, compliance specialist Shelley Reeger, and consulting actuaries Geoff Marsh and Brad Gauen.
MCG was founded by Geoff Marsh in 2000 to bring Fortune 500 thinking to mid-size companies that are often under-served and over-charged by large brokerage houses and consulting firms. MCG serves employers throughout the United States and has locations in Paso Robles, CA and Denver, CO.
For more information on MCG’s strategic benefits design for mid-size employers, visit the website at www.mcgteam.com.