The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress is heading to Los Angeles from October 2 – 4 for three days of networking and education on all aspects of employee benefits, from best practices on corporate wellness, healthcare reform, self-funded insurance and voluntary benefits. Here are just some of the speakers you don’t want to miss so register today!
Natalie Fair joined Pinterest in 2012 as one of the company’s first 50 employees. She has helped the company realize exponential growth resulting in a valuation of $11 billion, over 150M global users, and advertising products that generate hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenue. Natalie was previously Pinterest’s Head of Finance, overseeing the finance, business operations, IT, real estate and facilities functions. In 2016, she successfully lobbied Pinterest’s CEO and board to create a new role for herself at the company. Natalie now directs Pinterest’s first Social Impact division and provides operational and executive coaching for the company’s CEO, executives, board, investors, and employees. Pinterest employees have a saying: “Be yourself, not your selfie.” Natalie embodies this principle in her new role shaping Pinterest’s corporate culture.
Becky Cantieri joined SurveyMonkey in 2011 and built the company’s HR department from the ground up, creating a global powerhouse that is consistently recognized for its milestone growth and outstanding corporate culture. Profitable almost since day one, SurveyMonkey produces well over $100 million in annual revenue and is used by over 20 million people worldwide, including 99% of the Fortune 500. As the leader of SurveyMonkey’s HR and recruiting teams, Becky has created a culture that defies typical Silicon Valley norms by offering true work-life balance and taking care of its employees’ well-being, while still growing revenue and users.
Mr. Horowitz has practiced in the area of employee benefits and executive compensation for over 30 years. He counsels employers and executives on employment, retention and severance agreements, equity-based compensation and incentive pay. He has extensive experience in the design and operation of compensation and benefit arrangements, including the operation of tax qualified plans, deferred compensation arrangements, and non-cash benefits. Mr. Horowitz works with venture capital funds, investment advisers and mutual funds on ERISA issues, including issues of fiduciary responsibility, prohibited transactions and regulatory compliance for tax-qualified plans and IRAs. He advises on plan asset issues and transactions that may be restricted under ERISA.
Dale Cook is CEO and Co-Founder of Learn to Live, an engagement and consumer-driven healthcare company that provides targeted online programs and tools for people suffering from mental health problems. Dale has been featured in local and national media, including the Star Tribune, Minnesota Business Magazine, MinnPost and elsewhere for Learn to Live’s work with employers, healthcare providers and higher education clients. Recently, Dale presented on digital health engagement at the Mobcon Digital Health Summit in Minneapolis, MN and at the MN Health Action Group Summit, where Learn to Live received the 2016 Minnesota Health Action Group Innovation Award.