Benefits Broker for Small Non-Profit

I sit on the board for a local non-profit in Butler County, Ohio and as an employer, we do not offer benefits (nor have we ever).  It's becoming increasingly challenging for us to hire and retain good talent.  Seeking referrals for a good benefits broker, preferably local.  20-25 full-time employees.

Thanks in advance! - Andrew

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  • Andrew - My name is Ryan Mount and I am the non-profit specialist at Lang Financial Group. My smallest nonprofit is 5 employees and my largest is 100+. I would love to have the oppurtunity to help your organization and will provide refernces. Most of the organizations I have helped have seen decreases on thier healthcare year over year because I like to be creative and proactive. Send me an email at or call me at 513-699-2986. Thanks Andrew!

    • Ryan Mount Thanks!  I will pass your information along to the committee.  -Andrew

  • Andrew, I am connected to SOCA (Southern Ohio Chamber Alliance) which is a non-profit. Their primary product is health insurance. Their broker is Cincinnati Benefits Solutions. Scott Marston is a personal friend. He can discuss options and see if there is a fit for the 2 organizations. You can reach him at 513-617-5932.

    • Jim Diebold Thank you, Jim! 

  • My pleasure. Let me know if I can help in any other way.

  • Good morning Andrew,  curious if you were going to be attending tomorrow mornings HR Roundtable.  Would love to introduce myself and share some of the things we are doing centered around benefits with your team some time.

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