Jackie Reinberg Joins Alliant Insurance Services’ Absence, Disability, and Life Team
National benefits consultant brings more than 40 years of experience spanning employee absence, disability, life, and productivity management
IRVINE, CA — Alliant Insurance Services continues to add top talent to its growing Absence, Disability, and Life (ADL) team, hiring Jackie Reinberg as Senior Vice President. The Wayne, Pennsylvania-based benefits consultant will design and deploy tailored solutions that enhance productivity and improve business outcomes for clients across the U.S., further expanding Alliant’s presence in the ADL market.
“As one of the nation’s leading consultants in the ADL space, Jackie brings a nationally recognized brand of expertise that will further strengthen our team,” said Kevin Overbey, President, Alliant Employee Benefits. “Her proven combination of innovation, strategy, and technical prowess combined with her depth of experience working with large employers will provide our clients with a powerful platform for operational excellence and long-term stability.”
Reinberg joins Alliant with more than 40 years of experience providing employers with strategic and technical expertise across the full spectrum of employee absence, disability, life, and productivity management. Her diverse expertise spans the fields of disability and life claims management, product development for integrated products, vocational rehabilitation programs, and catastrophic case management. Reinberg has worked with clients across a breadth of industries, including many Fortune 500 companies.
Prior to joining Alliant, Reinberg was the North American Leader for Absence Management, Disability & Life with a global insurance and consulting firm. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, and political science from Clark University.
Reinberg can be reached at (856) 340-2460 or at Jackie.Reinberg@abcsys.com.
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