Central Pa. Employee Benefit Firm Hires Jennifer Becker
Harrisburg, PA – September 10, 2018
Conrad Siegel, delivering comprehensive employee benefits and investment advisory services, welcomes Jennifer Becker to its team. As Communications Manager, she will oversee plan participant education and oversee education for retirement plan clients and their employees to improve financial wellness.
With over 15 years of experience in finance, her specialty lies in analyzing consumer behavior insights to develop effective communications. At Conrad Siegel, Becker will play a major role in developing clear communication strategies and identify opportunities to improve participant communication, giving plan participants the tools needed to achieve their financial goals. Before joining Conrad Siegel, Becker was a Marketing and Communications Manager with PSECU. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications from Elizabethtown College.
“We are committed to continuously improving the plan participant experience and helping employers effectively communicate the value of their benefit plan to employees,” shared Tara Mashack-Behney, Partner and President of Investment Advisory Services at Conrad Siegel. “By bringing on Jenn and creating the Communications Manager role, we look forward to expanding participant communication for our clients. Jenn’s strong background in marketing and communications, along with her commitment to building strong relationships, make her an excellent fit here and we are excited to welcome her to the team.”
Becker is Conrad Siegel’s third hire of 2018 as the firm continues to grow in Harrisburg, Pa. and Lancaster, Pa. This year, Conrad Siegel achieved an industry milestone, surpassing five billion in assets under management.*
*Conrad Siegel surpassed five billion dollars in AUM on June 30, 2018.
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