The Columbus Association of Health Underwriters (CAHU) announces the 2020-2021 Board of Directors who will begin serving on July 1, 2020. The new officers include Michael Staebler (President), Matthew Amicon (President-Elect), Matthew Byrne (Immediate Past President), Tenika Seitz (Treasurer), and Marla Morland (Secretary). Committee Chairs include Suzanne McClain (Awards Chair), Lee Nathans (Leadership Continuity Officer and Legislative Vice Chair), Dan Martin (Legislative Chair), George Penree (Membership Chair), Tenika Seitz (Programs Chair), Marla Morland (Programs Vice Chair), and Steven Brasser (Vanguard Council Vice Chair).
Incoming President Michael Staebler is a Partner and Benefits Consultant at S3 Partners, LLC where he has served since September 2016. In addition, Michael has also been a Partner at The Staebler Group in Westerville, Ohio since 2002. The Staebler Group is a financial services firm with experience in the areas of Life Insurance, Business Insurance, and all areas of Employee Benefits. They serve clients with small to medium-sized businesses with a focus on entrepreneurial and closely held companies who want a professional advising them. Michael lives in Westerville, Ohio with his wife Erin and two children.
CAHU is comprised of approximately 185 members and has grown into one of the most respected voices on health insurance and benefits issues. As such, CAHU is hard at work educating and informing federal and state government leaders about the important work that its members do everyday on behalf of their clients. CAHU is a local chapter of the Ohio Association of Health Underwriters (OAHU) and the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU).
The mission of the Columbus Association of Health Underwriters is to promote and sustain a knowledgeable and professional membership and successful business environment for those engaged in disability and health risk management; to further the enhancement of their professional skills and services which will foster a greater financial security and independence of the consuming public.
CAHU holds an annual Medicare Summit in September, an annual BenTech event in January, and an annual Expo in March. Both members and non-members in the financial industry are welcome to participate. Non-members who are interested in learning more should visit www.columbusahu.org for more information.