50 benefit technology innovators, part 2
To select the winners, the editors asked readers for nominations, consulted with industry experts and called on their own industry knowledge. They selected individuals who are making breakthroughs in digital benefits platforms, health insurance alternatives, private exchanges, retirement and robo-advising, financial wellness tools, digital health and wellness tools, advancesin digital employee engagement platforms, and benefits and workplace analytics.
Winners were honored at the Dig|Benefits conference May 19-20 in Austin, Tex.
Here is part two of the inaugural list. The 25 winners are listed in alphabetical order.
Organization: HUB International
Achievements: Keller is responsible for implementing HUB’s national employee benefit initiatives, improving client deliverables and maximizing efficiencies with the goal of providing excellent service to clients and improving their bottom line. In 2015, she was named one of the “Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising” by Employee Benefit Adviser.