Nava Benefits, a modern healthcare benefits brokerage leveraging technology and benefits innovation to tackle the rising costs of healthcare, welcomes benefits strategy leader Therese Rubio as Partner. Therese’s appointment adds to Nava’s hiring momentum in Southern California and accelerates the company’s ability to deliver a data-driven benefits strategy to small to medium-sized businesses. Therese will leverage her passion for analytics to help Nava’s employer clients reduce their healthcare costs.
“It’s clear from Therese’s track record that she is a rare talent,” said Bryan Davis, Nava’s National Practice Leader. “Therese’s ability to think proactively and strategically on behalf of her clients sets her apart from other benefits consultants. It’s already evident how strong her client relationships are and how committed she’s been to helping employers navigate an antiquated, broken healthcare system. As a modern benefits brokerage fueled by relationships, we are excited to help Therese deepen those relationships while also building new ones.”
Therese has spent her career focused on employee benefits. While serving as a Client Executive at Marsh & McLennan Agency for the last six years, she focused on the startup and mid-market segment, helping these high-growth, complex companies find creative and scalable ways to attract and retain talent. In particular, Therese has extensive experience deploying impactful employee education campaigns that drive benefits utilization and grow employee confidence.
“I joined Nava Benefits to help build a company that reflects the core needs of HR and to have a direct role in determining what the future of employer-sponsored healthcare should look like,” stated Rubio. “The employers I work with are bogged down by the unnecessary complexity of managing employee benefits in a system that feels firmly stuck in another era. Nava offers a fresh approach that makes it dramatically easier for HR departments to offer employees benefits typically associated with Fortune 500 companies, such as primary care, mental health, fertility, adoption assistance and a host of other offerings.”
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