CO-CEO | MedRisk, LLC
Danielle Lisenbey recently joined the MedRisk executive leadership team as President to develop long-term strategic plans to further MedRisk’s growth and increment margin accretion. As President, she will drive strategic initiatives for enhanced customer, patient, provider, and employee experiences. Prior to joining MedRisk, Lisenbey was the first female member of the Crawford & Company global executive team, who worked to increase Crawford’s global third party administration footprint, deliver continuous operational improvement, and develop long-term strategic plans to expand business development and collaborations with clients. Danielle was the Global President of Crawford’s Global TPA division, Broadspire, a leading third party administrator in the insurance industry. Previously, Lisenbey served as the president and chief executive officer of the company’s US division.
From her engineering background, Lisenbey learned the benefits of combining a “process way of thinking” with interpersonal strengths to achieve superior results. During early career choices, she partnered architectural design, structural engineering and employee dynamics with sales, marketing, and budgetary concerns that ensured quality outcomes for her clients. Lisenbey’s broad qualifications, collective skills and the robust knowledge attained from more than 27 years of industry experience has equipped her to overcome each progressive challenge she encounters.
Lisenbey, is also involved with community and industry organizations as she is an executive board member for the insurance industry Alliance of Women in Worker’s Compensation, the Atlanta Metro Chamber of Commerce and retired board member for the Atlanta non-profit Moving in the Spirit.
In the past she was recognized as a 2019 CEO Connection – Most Influential Women in Mid-Markets, Woman Who Means Business through the 2018 Atlanta Business Chronicle as well as Top 100 Executives in Insurance by the Insurances Business of America. She has various awards throughout her career demonstrating her commitment to providing leadership and influence both within the industry and her community.
Lisenbey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering and technology from Western Illinois University.
Vice President, Medicare Set-Aside Services | EK Health Services Inc.
Jake Reason, Vice President, Medicare Set-Aside Services, EK Health, has over 20 years of experience working in the workers’ compensation industry with 17 of those years spent directly in the Medicare Set-Aside arena. He has worked on more than 100,000+ set-side allocations and has worked successfully with many national insurers, self-insured employers, and third-party administrators.
His prior experience in the workers’ compensation industry includes time spent working as a Senior Claims Examiner, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor and a Litigation Case Manager for a plaintiff’s law firm. Additionally, during the course of his time working in the MSA industry, Jake has had exposure to numerous catastrophic claims. These claims include traumatic brain injuries, quadriplegic and paraplegic injuries, amputations, crush and de-gloving injuries and burn cases. In assessing these cases, Jake has developed relationships with a number of clinical specialists and has the relevant resources required to produce accurate and coherent future medical allocations on all complex case scenarios.
A graduate of Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business & Management, Mr. Reason holds NASD Series 6, 7, and 63 securities licenses from the National Association of Securities Dealers and a State of California Life and Health Insurance Agent license. He is an industry recognized speaker on MSA issues and regularly participates in educational sessions and seminars.
CEO | Corporate Talent Institute
Angela's 25 years of expertise is in human resources, social work, and organizational development coaching as an executive business leader, author and speaker. She is an advocate and champion for women, and also for the practice of Conscious Capitalism in today’s business world. Angela spent 3 years in Iraq as an HR defense contractor supporting the US military and contractors from all over the world. She was one of 16 women on base facing harsh war zone conditions and difficult challenges as a woman in particular. Her story is one of courage, authentic leadership, emotional composure, and resilience.
Angela is CEO the Corporate Talent Institute and founder of The School of Executive Presence™. The school focuses on life changing experiences for aspiring leaders, and executives, through public events, workshops, mastermind and virtual coaching programs, and private engagements. Angela is also founder of the VIP Center for Business Women, Indianapolis's first all-women co-working, meeting, and event space. She and her team provide personal and professional development coaching for corporate and entrepreneurial women.
As an award-winning author, Angela coaches business people to remodel their talent and build executive presence.
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