Research Medical Center
February 20, 2020

President Corrine Everson Dix

Greater Kansas City employee benefit professionals association announces new board of directors

The 33-year-old nonprofit’s mission is to provide support and professional development opportunities to members engaged in employee benefits.

Overland Park, KN — The Greater Kansas City Employee Benefit Professionals Association (EBPA) recently installed its new board of directors. The nonprofit educational organization, established in 1987 for employee benefit professionals, is comprised of 350 members representing all areas of employee benefits from 90 different companies throughout the region. EBPA board members serve one-year terms.

EBPA board members include:

Vice President, Paul Cook

President, Corrine Everson Dix
HCA Midwest Health/Research Medical Center

Vice President, Paul Cook

Secretary/Treasurer, Jessica Lovell
Marsh & McLennan

Membership/Social Media, Blair Slapper
Lockton Companies

Social Chair (Golf Event), Alex Craig
Standard Insurance

Seminar Chair, Barron Roberts
Blue KC

Past President, Jill Carroll
Allied National

“I look forward to leading this robust organization with the support of my colleagues,” says EBPA President Corrine Everson Dix, HCA Midwest Health, Research Medical Center. “EBPA offers an important forum with the mission of exchanging the most current information and ideas in healthcare, retirement, voluntary benefits and more, as well as professional development opportunities in the ever-evolving employee benefits arena.”

“EBPA is focused on expanding industry-specific knowledge for our members in the diverse employee benefits community,” says EPBA Vice President Paul Cook, Mylo. “Members ultimately help their companies navigate employee benefit programs and have the opportunity to develop leadership skills and gain education through seminars and meetings.”

EBPA meetings offer the opportunity to network and meet other key professionals, showcase the latest in employee benefit trends, technology, requirements and communications and feature speakers from various benefits backgrounds.

Membership options include corporate and individual. For more information, visit Greater Kansas City employee benefit professionals association.