Marco Giacomelli marco.giacomelli@generali.co.uk Generali Global Health Chief Executive Officer IEBA Chairman Marco Giacomelli is an actuary with a 20-year career at Generali in several assignments around the world. He currently holds the position of head of Generali Global Health (GGH), the Generali group’s dedicated provider of International Private Health Insurance solutions for internationally mobile individuals and the organizations to which they belong. Marco joined Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. in 1994

Jérôme Wiwinius jerome.wiwinius@lalux.lu LaLux-Vie Head of Corporate Clients and International Relations Jérôme Wiwinius is the Head of Corporate Clients and of International Relations at Luxembourg insurance carrier La Luxembourgeoise-Vie, where he spent his entire career, moving through several management positions. He is a member of the Federation of Young Leaders and the Luxembourg country representative of the AIG Global Benefits Network. He holds an Advanced Diploma (DESS) in Management from Robert

Simon Gottschalk simon.gottschalk@unlv.edu University of Nevada, Las Vegas Professor of Sociology I joined the department in 1992 after earning a Ph.D. from the University of California, Santa Barbara, an M.A. from the University of Houston, and a B.A. from the University of Haifa (Israel). Combining critical symbolic interaction theory and qualitative research methods, my interests revolve around understanding the society-psyche link in phenomena as varied as youth cultures, the mass

Mark Votruba mark.votruba@case.edu Case Western Reserve University Associate Professor of Economics and Medicine Associate Professor of Economics at Case Western Reserve University with faculty appointments in the Weatherhead School of Management and the Center for Health Care Research and Policy at MetroHealth Medical Center. Director of Graduate Health Programs at Weatherhead School of Management. Co-authored paper that won the 2012 Arrow Award for Best Paper in Health Economics.

Claire Steves claire.j.steves@kcl.ac.uk Cing’s College London Professor of Health Finance Dr Claire J Steves MA (Cantab) MBBS MRCP PhD (female) is a Senior (Clinical) Lecturer at Kings College London and Locum Consultant Geriatrician at Kings College Hospital. She graduated first class from Cambridge University in 1997, and went on to pursue clinical studies in the heart of the East End of London, graduating with multiple distinctions in 2000. She trained in the prestigious St Thomas’s

Leslie Lemenager Gallagher Regional President, International Ms. Leslie A. Lemenager, CEBS, CFP, is Regional President, International, of the Benefits and Human Resources consulting division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. (Gallagher). Responsible for expanding the division’s international capabilities, Leslie focuses on developing the business in four key areas including organic growth, mergers and acquisitions, productivity and efficiency, and the Gallagher culture. Her expertise in U.S. domestic and international compensation and

J. Patrick Gallagher Jr. Gallagher Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer J. Patrick Gallagher, Jr. began his career with Gallagher as an intern in 1972, started working for the company full time in 1974 as a Production Account Executive and was promoted to Vice President-Operations in 1985. He was elected to the Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Board of Directors in 1986. In 1990, he was named President and

Fatih Eser fatih@collaborativeperks.com Collaborative Perks Key Account Manager Fatıh Eser, Key Account Manager at Collaborative Perks since 2017 is responsible for clients in Germany, Austria and Turkey. He is a graduate of Economics.

Jean-Baptiste de La Mettrie jean@collaborativeperks.com Collaborative Perks Founder – Managing Director Jean-Baptiste de La Mettrie is the Managing Director and Founder of Collaborative Perks. With over 10 years of experience in Digital Business in a international Insurance company. Most recently, he worked for the insurance company in New York City as Head of Digital Business. He was in charge of the digital business to sale financial products helping the

Roland de Crombrugghe Roland.Decrombrugghe@aig.com AIG Global Benefits Network General Manager Roland de Crombrugghe has a master degree in Applied Economics at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. He has headed the AIG Global Benefits Network, formerly ING Global Network, since 2002. Prior to the ING Global Network, he worked 9 years for ING. He was member of the board of the savings bank (De Vaderlandsche Spaarbank, now Record Bank) in Belgium and ING

Patrick Donders p.donders@senspc.nl Expat Pension Holland Founder Patrick Donders is Pension Jurist/Consultant and founder of Expat Pension Holland. He graduated from Law School and has a Pension and Post Doctorate Tax Law background, as well as an actuarial education from the Actuarial Institute. After an internship at the Columbia Law School in New York City, Patrick started his career at Arthur Andersen. Patrick held several management positions at financial

Saira Chambers saira.chambers@mattioliwoods.com Mattioli Woods Senior Employee Benefits Consultant Saira has been involved in the employee benefits sector for over 25 years, offering consultancy support on pensions, risk and healthcare provision during that time. Saira started her career working for one of the UK’s largest mutual insurance companies, specialising in the pensions environment. She quickly transitioned from the insurance environment to the consultancy side of employee benefits and worked

Janet M. Lord j.m.lord@bham.ac.uk Birmingham University Research labs Director of the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing Janet Lord is director of the MRC-ARUK Centre for Musculoskeletal Ageing Research and the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing, both located within the new Queen Elizabeth super Hospital which opened in the summer of 2011. Janet’s research focuses on the innate immune system, the body’s front line defense against infection, and how the

Christopher Martyniuk cmartyn@ufl.edu University of Florida Associate Professor Dr. Chris Martyniuk is an Associate Professor at the University of Florida’s Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology & Department of Physiological Sciences. As a Molecular Toxicologist / Physiologist, he studies biological responses using omics methods and biochemistry. Mammalian and zebrafish models are used to understand how our chemical environment is associated with human diseases. His research utilizes bioinformatics to integrate

Dejan Malesic Dejan.Malesic@previnet.it Previnet S.p.A Head of Business Development Dejan is Head of Business Development for outsourcing industry with a multi-annual experience within different business areas: Pension Funds, Insurance, Finance and Healthcare area. His main role is to establish and develop business relationships with international clients. As specialist in multi-country Defined Contribution pension arrangements Dejan works with various big consulting companies and multinationals on implementation of new plans as

Brian Quinn Bquinn@granite.bm Granite Management Limited Managing Director Brian Quinn is a founding Director and owner of Granite Management Limited (Granite), a Bermuda based captive management and consulting company, focusing on International Employee Benefits (IEB) and other specialist risks. Brian has been instrumental in Granite achieving recognition as a world leader in the reinsurance and/or financing of IEB programs designed to reduce the cost of employee benefit programs for client companies, without

Jasenka Zubcevic jasenkaz@ufl.edu University of Florida Assistant Professor Dr. Jasenka Zubcevic is an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida’s Department of Physiological Sciences. Her research focuses on neural control of cardiovascular physiology, neurogenic hypertension, bone marrow immune responses in cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, and on the gut-brain axis in cardiovascular diseases. She holds a BSc in Pharmacology and a PhD in Physiology from the Bristol Heart Institute at

Chris Burns Chris.Burns@eebcg.com EBCG Partner Chris Burns has over 35 years of experience in the employee benefits, healthcare and digital health industries in the U.S. as well as globally. In his career, Chris has built a highly successful track record driving revenue growth, strategic planning, improving operational efficiencies, identifying/developing talent, expanding margins and increasing market share in a competitive environment. He has led large, publicly-held organizations as well as

Leon Lack Flinders University Professor of Psychology After receiving a BA from Stanford University and PhD from the University of Adelaide Dr. Lack has been teaching and conducting research in the areas of sleep, circadian rhythms, and insomnia at the School of Psychology, Flinders University since 1972. He has received seven large ARC and NHMRC research grants, published over 80 refereed articles and book chapters, and given over 10

Carl Hansen chansen@bwcigroup.com BWCI Group International Director Carl Hansen is International Director for the BWCI Group based in Guernsey. He specialises in advising on international pension plans and other international employee benefits issues

Erin L. Kelly MIT Sloan School of Management Sloan Distinguished Professor of Work and Organization Studies Professor, Work and Organization Studies Erin L. Kelly is the Sloan Distinguished Professor of Work and Organization Studies at the MIT Sloan School of Management and affiliated with the Institute for Work and Employment Research. Erin’s research investigates the adoption, implementation, and consequences of work-family and anti-discrimination policies in U.S. workplaces. She is

Will Kimball MIT Sloan School of Management Ph.D. Student Will Kimball is pursuing his doctoral degree at MIT in the Institute for Work and Employment Research. His research covers topics on inequality, worker voice, and employment arrangements.

Duanyi Yang Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D. Candidate Duanyi Yang is a PhD candidate at MIT Institute for Work and Employment Research. Her research covers topics on organizational conflict and worker voice, labor standards in global value chains, and flexible work arrangements in organizations.

Duncan Sinclair Queen’s University, Ontario Professor of Health Services and Policy Research  

Timothy Callaghan timothy.h.callaghan@gmail.com Texas A&M University Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University Health Science Center Dr. Callaghan studies health policy and management, with expertise in health policy and politics, Medicaid, Medicaid expansion, health insurance and the Affordable Care Act.

Thomas Kochan MIT Sloan School of Management Professor of Management Professor, Work and Organization Studies Co-Director, MIT Sloan Institute for Work and Employment Research Thomas Kochan is the George Maverick Bunker Professor of Management, a Professor of Work and Employment Research and Engineering Systems, and the CoDirector of the MIT Sloan Institute for Work and Employment Research at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Kochan focuses on the need

Ruth Wilson Queen’s University, Ontario Professor of Family Medicine Roles: President, North American Region, of WONCA, Past Chair of the Canadian Medical Forum, Faculty Development Co-Site Lead Kingston/1000 Islands, Chair of the Institute for Safe Medication Practice of Canada. Education: MD Honours, University of Toronto, CCFP, FCFP Expertise: Family Medicine Obstetrics, Faculty Development Research Interests: Women’s health, Aboriginal health, Primary care reform Awards and Accomplishments: 2015 named as Member