Amber has more than 20 years of experience in the employee benefits industry. She spent 19 years with Cigna prior to joining Apex in January 2013, where she was responsible for guiding client strategy and benefit plan implementation. Amber has a deep understanding of the intricacies of group benefits and the unique ability to use her expertise to educate employers about the long-term value of having a group benefit partner that advocates for their organizations, employees and plan members.  


Amber has worked at Apex for 10 years. She is committed to buildingon Apex’s history of service excellence to implement customer experiences unique to the benefits industry. 


As chief client officer, Amber owns the management and innovation of our client management and business development services. This includes business processes across the customer continuum from lead nurturing and sales through daily account management and client retention. 


Amber is an Indianapolis native and serves on the executive leadership team of the American Heart & Stroke Ball. Amber and her husband Jason are also small business owners committed to giving back to their hometown that they love. In her personal time, she enjoys spending time with their three children, traveling and participating in equestrian activities.   

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  • February 7, 2023

    What is the Deal With Virtual Primary Care?

    Virtual care raises a lot of questions. How does it work? Who delivers it? Why should I care? Is Virtual primary care just a trend, brought on by COVID-19, or a mainstay benefit employers can offer in their benefits package …

  • February 2, 2023

    The Big Game of Employee Benefits: Open Enrollment

    Employee benefits are complex. Consequently, an organization must have the basics— blocking and tackling—down pay, but also continue to innovate and develop new plays to achieve and exceed goals.

  • July 15, 2021

    Employers are Asking | Recruiting and Retaining Talent

    Employee turnover can be frustrating — and costly — to your organization. It takes time, effort and money to fill open positions and onboard new employees. It’s much more efficient and cost effective to make sure all of your employees …