The New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) is the association for employee benefit professionals. We are the definitive leader in advancing knowledge and facilitating networking for employer benefit practitioners, consultants and providers of services. Each year more than 2,000 professionals and 100 speakers participate in our cutting edge programs in all areas of employee benefits. NEEBC's programs provide ideas, solutions and strategies to meet the complex challenges of today's employee benefits landscape in an exceptional professional development environment.  Please contact us at 781-684-8700 for more information.

1. To learn more about Membership opportunities and pricing click here. To view our Membership video click here.   To read what our members have to say click here.
2.  New to NEEBC?  Find the best membership for you and your organization.  For 2017, join as a New Individual Member.  To join as a New Organization, please call 781-684-8700.
3.  Existing Individual Members may renew online for 2017.

NEEBC's Executive Director Patty Houpt, and the Board of Directors, Thank Our 2016 Speakers

 We acknowledge and thank the 128 speakers who made our programs so successful this year. NEEBC appreciates the expertise and time each of the following people has so generously committed to bring essential information to our membership.

• Joanne Abate • Brent Atkins • Britt Barney • Stacy H. Barrow • Jessica Bartlett • Jean-Francois Beaule • William F. Bell, Jr. • Caren Belli • Alden Bianchi • Lisa Blasdale • Sarah Bliss Matousek • George Bognar • Robin Bouvier • John Brouder • Dan Cabrera • Patrick Cahill • Chase Cannon • Laureen Cappello • Marie Chalmers • David Chamberlain • Mamak Charepoo • Shea Coakley • Laura Cochran • Karen DaSilva • Tim DeMello • Matthew DiCroce • Rob DiMase • Nicholas Dobelbower • Karen English • Ray Fabius • James Fitzpatrick • Keith Friede • Mark Gaunya • James Gelfand • Patrick Gilligan • Roger W. Gray • Marta Grochot • David Guadagnoli • Gary Gustafson • Nancy Hall • Diane Halverson • Timothy D. Hauser • Bob Haws • Chrystine Heier • Elizabeth Helenius • Daniel Higgins • Beth Holman • Peter Horman • Diann Howland • Karen Hunter • Erika Illiano • Kamal Jethwani • Lydia Jilek • Ann Mond Johnson • J. David Johnson • Paul M. Joyce • Andrew Kaplan • Heather Karpiej • Christopher King • Bert Kingsley • Scott Kirschner • Bill Kline • Surya Kolluri • Keith Kotfica • Howard Kraft • Faith Kreisz • Robert Lamb • Jason Lavender • Judi Leccese • Andrew Lendnal • Claire Levesque • Jeff Levin-Scherz • Hal Levine • Kim Littlefield • Richard Lopez • Martha Lowry • Alison Magee • Susan Malanowski • Kenje Mallot • John Mancuso • Lindsay Martin • Bryan Martinez • John E. McDonough • Cindy McGrath • Kyle McInnis • Laura McKiernan • Paul Mendis • Joe Mongelli • Penny Moore • Gina Nebesar • Shawna M. Oliver • Amy O'Neill • Maureen O'Neill • Tom Policelli • Stephen Popper • Sanine Potemri • Eric Purdy • Richard Reed • Ken Robinson • Carolyn Romano • Dana Gelb Safran • Heather Sell • Kathleen Schulz • Patrick Sheerin • Wendy Sherry • Amy Sheridan • Jon Shimp • Alan Shubin • Jason Sibley • James Slotnick • Jennifer Spock • Kim Steinau • Adam E. Stella • Eric Swain • Jeff Vautier • Marisa Veiga • Ken Verzella • Anita Verheul • Teri Weber • Tracy Weber Tierney • Scott Weden • Richard Weil • Debra Wein • Rodney Whitlock • Sabrina Williams • Tom Wilson • Michael Wood • Matthew Young •


Watch the highlights of Governor Baker’s keynote address at our Annual Employee Benefits Summit. Click here or anywhere in the photo below to view the video.

Photo Gallery:  June 10 Annual Employee Benefits Summit

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Register Today for the Best Practices Conference on Thursday, December 8 at the Westin Hotel, Waltham. Agenda

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Register now for a NEEBC program to ensure your company's employee benefits programs will attract talent, improve employee health and wellness, prepare employees for retirement, and stay current with regulatory updates.

December 8   Best Practices Conference. Click here for more information and to register.

December 13   Benefits Club - Where Do We Go from Here? Employee Benefits Under President Trump. Click here for more information and to register.

January 26, 2017  Global Benefits Forum - Global HR/Compensation and Benefit Trends for 2017: Seven Deadly Sins & Beyond Borders. Click here for more information and to register.

To view more upcoming programs, please see the NEEBC Events calendar on the right.

The Benefits of Membership

  • Discounts on all program registrations (~40 programs per year)
  • Free Networking Events
  • Ongoing professional development opportunities
  • Mentoring and programs specially designed for emerging professionals
  • Access to Member Profiles and Directory
  • Meeting materials available online (pending speaker approval)
  • Assistance to members in transition
  • Discounts for the Online Career Center for job seekers and employers
  • Discounted E-learning programs from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP)
  • Discounted tuition at New England College of Business, with access to accelerated, flexible degree programs online.  For more information, visit www.necb.edu/partner/neebc or contact Dennis Madigan.
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NEEBC is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.