Senior Member Services Specialist
Ed has been a licensed insurance agent for over seven years and has an active license in 44 U.S. states. Ed is a Licensed Benefits Advisor with nearly a decade of experience, including Federal Insurance Marketplace certification in 44 states, leading teams through Federal Marketplace Health Insurance Open Enrollment, and special projects to manage customer care.
Before joining GoHealth, Ed dedicated his career to understanding consumers in the fields of healthcare and technology. Along with years of community organizing, he has nearly 20 years of sales and marketing experience for companies that include Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Grant Thornton LLP.
He has a B.A. in Speech-Communications from Eastern Illinois University.
“I talk to a lot of people new to retirement or approaching retirement. It’s usually a shock when we can help them understand how their benefits and health insurance decisions can play a role in keeping them active in retirement. Things like health management courses, staying connected to activities at a gym, mental health activities, your basic health priorities. It’s a great feeling when you can help people on this path by getting the benefits they need or didn’t know existed.”
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