As a new mom with an 18-month-old and a one-month-old, I'm only beginning to scratch the surface of what it means to feel parental pride. However, I definitely experienced something akin to it as I was reading through the nomination forms for EBA's 2011 Employee Benefit Adviser of the Year.

The more than 150 nominations we received for Adviser of the Year, Voluntary Adviser of the Year, Health Plan Adviser of the Year and Retirement Plan Adviser of the Year blew the selection committee away with countless accounts of agents going above and beyond their job descriptions to come to the aid of anxious employees and over-worked HR departments.

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