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With a background in corporate training, Sonnie Chamberlain comes to the Gruppo Marcucci consulting team with recent experience working as a specialist for a private healthcare exchange marketplace where she guided clients’ benefits implementation and renewal projects with benefit administration partners. Ms. Chamberlain worked to ensure supporting technology performed in accordance with client and plan requirements. She engaged with clients and service provider partners to document processes, review risk, evaluate data history and confer on changes within the industry and the resulting impact on client operations — always with an eye to each client’s unique situation. Previously, Ms. Chamberlain was a sales manager for an international professional services firm that provides risk, retirement and health consulting. In this role, she worked directly with a team of benefit advisors, managing and motivating them as they engaged with clients relative to insurance benefits and services. Ms. Chamberlain’s area of focus as a Gruppo Marcucci consultant is to assist clients understand available solutions for both benefit administration and human capital management systems that address needs and strategy.
Gruppo Marcucci (GPM), a division of Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc., provides outsourcing intelligence and associated consulting to stakeholders in the Benefits and HR Technology & Outsourcing industry. Our in-depth understanding of the service provider market and our vast experience sourcing and implementing solutions is key to our clients achieving full operational success.
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