Debra Lawrence, MBA, CEBS
Vice President, Account Management
As vice president of the account management team, Deb provides strategic consulting to a group of Employers Health member organizations. Acting as an extension of each member's benefits team, Deb ensures stability and accountability of various vendor partners, resources and value-added benefits.
Her career has included roles in human resource consulting with two notable firms as well as human resource executive-level positions. Previous positions include serving as director of HR at Rumpke; acting vice president, HR and director, employee benefits at Gibson Greetings; and vice president, administration and director of corporate affairs at Johnson Group Management.
Deb earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Miami University in Political Science, Diplomacy & Foreign Affairs and History. She also has a master's degree in business administration from Miami University. She has her CEBS (Certified Employee Benefit Specialist) and is a current ISCEBS fellow. She also holds a Life, Accident and Health License.
Deb is active in her community serving on the Action Council of the Butler County United Way. Deb also served as the president of the Cincinnati/Dayton chapter of CEBS. In 2012 Deb managed the volunteers operations for the World Choir Games held in Cincinnati. She is currently serving as a board committee member of the Cincinnati Community Organizing Committee with the upcoming volunteer effort toward the 2015 MLB All Star Game activities.
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