- Break into small groups for more personal connections
- Learn best networking practices from other colleagues
- Build Stronger relationships
- Make an impact
After the session, we’ll be sure to send the contact information to the participants to connect further.
April Topic: Importance of Mentors As You Grow Your Networking Circle
- What I would tell my younger self?
- Importance of Internal & External mentors & Their Role
- Why I became a certified mentor?
- Importance of Creating a Mentoring/Coaching Culture
Susan Rider serves as Chief Operating Officer and Head of Sales for Preventia Group. For the last 12 years, Susan worked for a local brokerage firm focusing her efforts advising employers as it relates to Human Capital Strategies & Employee Benefits. Under Susan’s tenure she helped employers align their human capital and total reward strategies for their future workforce. Susan is actively involved in the National Association of Health Underwriters, and is the National Professional Development Chair. Susan was recently appointed to the Governor Holcomb’s Indiana Department of Insurance (IDOI) CE Advisory Council and continues to serve on ISAHU’s legislative team. She has received multiple awards, most significant – Susan was recognized in the Hot 100 Agents by Insurance Business Magazine and 25 Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising by Employee Benefit Advisor. Susan received her Master’s degree from the University of Indianapolis in Strategic Leadership and Design.
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Thomas Mackey is a Senior Sales Executive with PrimePay, the largest privately held Human Capital Management company in the United States, where he has quickly proven himself as a two-time Winner’s Circle recipient. His passion is relationships, and helping organizations improve efficiencies to cut costs, drive revenue and retain top talent. He does this through integrated technology, including applicant tracking, onboarding, payroll, time/PTO tracking, HR analytics, compensation benchmarking, benefits administration, etc.
Thomas is a graduate of Ball State University, a current MBA student at Xavier University, President of the Indianapolis Association of Health Underwriters, Treasurer of the Indiana Professional Services Association, and constantly looking for ways to make an impact in the community. Thomas lives in Noblesville with his wife, two-year-old daughter, and their crazy chocolate lab!