Len Spangher

Len Spangher

Len Spangher

Vice President

Mr. Spangher is a Vice President and Senior Health Consultant in Segal’s New York office with over 20 years of experience in benefits consulting. He advises corporate and public sector clients in health and welfare benefit design for active employees and retirees, performs competitive bidding, advises clients on matters related to legislative changes, develops contribution strategies and conducts claims analyses and underwriting for health & welfare plans, renewals and settlement negotiations and FAS valuations. He is an expert in wellness program design, account-based plan designs, determining health plan insurance reserves and health & welfare nondiscrimination testing.

Mr. Spangher is also responsible for administration and maintenance of Segal’s College and University Benefits Study (CUBS) and database and spearheads the firm’s efforts around CUBS-related publications and benefits benchmarking projects.

Mr. Spangher works with a variety of clients including:

  • The Municipal Labor Council Health Technical Committee for the City of New York
  • SCHOTT North America
  • National Financial Partners
  • The National Basketball Association

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Spangher worked as an Assistant Actuary with a major actuarial consulting firm.

Mr. Spangher received a BS cum laude in Statistics and Actuarial Science and an MS in Management (with a specialization in Finance), from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He earned the designation of Managed Healthcare Professional (MHP) from the Health Insurance Association of America in 2001 and the designation of Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2004.

In 2008, Mr. Spangher served as President of the Northern New Jersey Chapter of International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS). He has served in all executive positions and as a member of the Board of Directors for that organization, as well as on two national ISCEBS committees. He is a licensed Life and Accident & Sickness Insurance Agent across multiple states.

Recent presentations and publications include:

  • “Health & Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing — The Basics, Primarily for Section 125 Cafeteria Plan Nondiscrimination Testing,” Pacific Northwest Coalition Chapters of ISCEBS Webinar, March 2020
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (4), Sibson Consulting, 2017–2018
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting biannual report, 2017–2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, November 2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, October 2018
  • Interviewed and quoted in University Business magazine, “Rethinking College Tuition Remission,” October 2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Designing a More Complete Program,” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Health and Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing: Forecast of an Eventual Requirement,” International Society of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists Symposium, September 2016
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2015–2016
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2015–2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness,” Sibson Consulting national webinar for clients and prospects, November 2015
  • “The Next Frontier: Using the Conceptual Wellness Model to Align Philosophy and Strategy in Employee Wellness,” Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Vermont State Human Resources Conference, September 2015
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Taking a Holistic View,” Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH) webinar, July 2015
  • “Actuarial Model for Wellness (4-part series),” The Society of Actuaries, February 2015
  • “Private Health Exchanges,” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, May 2014
  • “Healthy Enterprise/Wellness Models,” Society of Actuaries Membership Meeting, April 2014
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2013-2014
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2012-2013

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Len Spangher

Leadership

Len Spangher

Len Spangher

Vice President

Mr. Spangher is a Vice President and Senior Health Consultant in Segal’s New York office with over 20 years of experience in benefits consulting. He advises corporate and public sector clients in health and welfare benefit design for active employees and retirees, performs competitive bidding, advises clients on matters related to legislative changes, develops contribution strategies and conducts claims analyses and underwriting for health & welfare plans, renewals and settlement negotiations and FAS valuations. He is an expert in wellness program design, account-based plan designs, determining health plan insurance reserves and health & welfare nondiscrimination testing.

Mr. Spangher is also responsible for administration and maintenance of Segal’s College and University Benefits Study (CUBS) and database and spearheads the firm’s efforts around CUBS-related publications and benefits benchmarking projects.

Mr. Spangher works with a variety of clients including:

  • The Municipal Labor Council Health Technical Committee for the City of New York
  • SCHOTT North America
  • National Financial Partners
  • The National Basketball Association

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Spangher worked as an Assistant Actuary with a major actuarial consulting firm.

Mr. Spangher received a BS cum laude in Statistics and Actuarial Science and an MS in Management (with a specialization in Finance), from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He earned the designation of Managed Healthcare Professional (MHP) from the Health Insurance Association of America in 2001 and the designation of Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2004.

In 2008, Mr. Spangher served as President of the Northern New Jersey Chapter of International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS). He has served in all executive positions and as a member of the Board of Directors for that organization, as well as on two national ISCEBS committees. He is a licensed Life and Accident & Sickness Insurance Agent across multiple states.

Recent presentations and publications include:

  • “Health & Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing — The Basics, Primarily for Section 125 Cafeteria Plan Nondiscrimination Testing,” Pacific Northwest Coalition Chapters of ISCEBS Webinar, March 2020
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (4), Sibson Consulting, 2017–2018
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting biannual report, 2017–2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, November 2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, October 2018
  • Interviewed and quoted in University Business magazine, “Rethinking College Tuition Remission,” October 2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Designing a More Complete Program,” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Health and Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing: Forecast of an Eventual Requirement,” International Society of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists Symposium, September 2016
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2015–2016
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2015–2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness,” Sibson Consulting national webinar for clients and prospects, November 2015
  • “The Next Frontier: Using the Conceptual Wellness Model to Align Philosophy and Strategy in Employee Wellness,” Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Vermont State Human Resources Conference, September 2015
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Taking a Holistic View,” Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH) webinar, July 2015
  • “Actuarial Model for Wellness (4-part series),” The Society of Actuaries, February 2015
  • “Private Health Exchanges,” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, May 2014
  • “Healthy Enterprise/Wellness Models,” Society of Actuaries Membership Meeting, April 2014
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2013-2014
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2012-2013

Contact Len

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Leadership

Len Spangher

Vice President

Len Spangher

Contact Len

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Spangher is a Vice President and Senior Health Consultant in Segal’s New York office with over 20 years of experience in benefits consulting. He advises corporate and public sector clients in health and welfare benefit design for active employees and retirees, performs competitive bidding, advises clients on matters related to legislative changes, develops contribution strategies and conducts claims analyses and underwriting for health & welfare plans, renewals and settlement negotiations and FAS valuations. He is an expert in wellness program design, account-based plan designs, determining health plan insurance reserves and health & welfare nondiscrimination testing.

Mr. Spangher is also responsible for administration and maintenance of Segal’s College and University Benefits Study (CUBS) and database and spearheads the firm’s efforts around CUBS-related publications and benefits benchmarking projects.

Mr. Spangher works with a variety of clients including:

  • The Municipal Labor Council Health Technical Committee for the City of New York
  • SCHOTT North America
  • National Financial Partners
  • The National Basketball Association

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Spangher worked as an Assistant Actuary with a major actuarial consulting firm.

Mr. Spangher received a BS cum laude in Statistics and Actuarial Science and an MS in Management (with a specialization in Finance), from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He earned the designation of Managed Healthcare Professional (MHP) from the Health Insurance Association of America in 2001 and the designation of Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2004.

In 2008, Mr. Spangher served as President of the Northern New Jersey Chapter of International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS). He has served in all executive positions and as a member of the Board of Directors for that organization, as well as on two national ISCEBS committees. He is a licensed Life and Accident & Sickness Insurance Agent across multiple states.

Recent presentations and publications include:

  • “Health & Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing — The Basics, Primarily for Section 125 Cafeteria Plan Nondiscrimination Testing,” Pacific Northwest Coalition Chapters of ISCEBS Webinar, March 2020
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (4), Sibson Consulting, 2017–2018
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting biannual report, 2017–2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, November 2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, October 2018
  • Interviewed and quoted in University Business magazine, “Rethinking College Tuition Remission,” October 2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Designing a More Complete Program,” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Health and Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing: Forecast of an Eventual Requirement,” International Society of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists Symposium, September 2016
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2015–2016
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2015–2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness,” Sibson Consulting national webinar for clients and prospects, November 2015
  • “The Next Frontier: Using the Conceptual Wellness Model to Align Philosophy and Strategy in Employee Wellness,” Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Vermont State Human Resources Conference, September 2015
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Taking a Holistic View,” Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH) webinar, July 2015
  • “Actuarial Model for Wellness (4-part series),” The Society of Actuaries, February 2015
  • “Private Health Exchanges,” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, May 2014
  • “Healthy Enterprise/Wellness Models,” Society of Actuaries Membership Meeting, April 2014
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2013-2014
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2012-2013

Leadership

Len Spangher

Vice President

Len Spangher

Contact Len

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Spangher is a Vice President and Senior Health Consultant in Segal’s New York office with over 20 years of experience in benefits consulting. He advises corporate and public sector clients in health and welfare benefit design for active employees and retirees, performs competitive bidding, advises clients on matters related to legislative changes, develops contribution strategies and conducts claims analyses and underwriting for health & welfare plans, renewals and settlement negotiations and FAS valuations. He is an expert in wellness program design, account-based plan designs, determining health plan insurance reserves and health & welfare nondiscrimination testing.

Mr. Spangher is also responsible for administration and maintenance of Segal’s College and University Benefits Study (CUBS) and database and spearheads the firm’s efforts around CUBS-related publications and benefits benchmarking projects.

Mr. Spangher works with a variety of clients including:

  • The Municipal Labor Council Health Technical Committee for the City of New York
  • SCHOTT North America
  • National Financial Partners
  • The National Basketball Association

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Spangher worked as an Assistant Actuary with a major actuarial consulting firm.

Mr. Spangher received a BS cum laude in Statistics and Actuarial Science and an MS in Management (with a specialization in Finance), from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He earned the designation of Managed Healthcare Professional (MHP) from the Health Insurance Association of America in 2001 and the designation of Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2004.

In 2008, Mr. Spangher served as President of the Northern New Jersey Chapter of International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS). He has served in all executive positions and as a member of the Board of Directors for that organization, as well as on two national ISCEBS committees. He is a licensed Life and Accident & Sickness Insurance Agent across multiple states.

Recent presentations and publications include:

  • “Health & Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing — The Basics, Primarily for Section 125 Cafeteria Plan Nondiscrimination Testing,” Pacific Northwest Coalition Chapters of ISCEBS Webinar, March 2020
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (4), Sibson Consulting, 2017–2018
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting biannual report, 2017–2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, November 2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, October 2018
  • Interviewed and quoted in University Business magazine, “Rethinking College Tuition Remission,” October 2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Designing a More Complete Program,” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Health and Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing: Forecast of an Eventual Requirement,” International Society of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists Symposium, September 2016
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2015–2016
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2015–2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness,” Sibson Consulting national webinar for clients and prospects, November 2015
  • “The Next Frontier: Using the Conceptual Wellness Model to Align Philosophy and Strategy in Employee Wellness,” Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Vermont State Human Resources Conference, September 2015
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Taking a Holistic View,” Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH) webinar, July 2015
  • “Actuarial Model for Wellness (4-part series),” The Society of Actuaries, February 2015
  • “Private Health Exchanges,” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, May 2014
  • “Healthy Enterprise/Wellness Models,” Society of Actuaries Membership Meeting, April 2014
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2013-2014
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2012-2013

Leadership

Len Spangher

Len Spangher

Vice President

Contact Len

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Spangher is a Vice President and Senior Health Consultant in Segal’s New York office with over 20 years of experience in benefits consulting. He advises corporate and public sector clients in health and welfare benefit design for active employees and retirees, performs competitive bidding, advises clients on matters related to legislative changes, develops contribution strategies and conducts claims analyses and underwriting for health & welfare plans, renewals and settlement negotiations and FAS valuations. He is an expert in wellness program design, account-based plan designs, determining health plan insurance reserves and health & welfare nondiscrimination testing.

Mr. Spangher is also responsible for administration and maintenance of Segal’s College and University Benefits Study (CUBS) and database and spearheads the firm’s efforts around CUBS-related publications and benefits benchmarking projects.

Mr. Spangher works with a variety of clients including:

  • The Municipal Labor Council Health Technical Committee for the City of New York
  • SCHOTT North America
  • National Financial Partners
  • The National Basketball Association

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Spangher worked as an Assistant Actuary with a major actuarial consulting firm.

Mr. Spangher received a BS cum laude in Statistics and Actuarial Science and an MS in Management (with a specialization in Finance), from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He earned the designation of Managed Healthcare Professional (MHP) from the Health Insurance Association of America in 2001 and the designation of Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2004.

In 2008, Mr. Spangher served as President of the Northern New Jersey Chapter of International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS). He has served in all executive positions and as a member of the Board of Directors for that organization, as well as on two national ISCEBS committees. He is a licensed Life and Accident & Sickness Insurance Agent across multiple states.

Recent presentations and publications include:

  • “Health & Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing — The Basics, Primarily for Section 125 Cafeteria Plan Nondiscrimination Testing,” Pacific Northwest Coalition Chapters of ISCEBS Webinar, March 2020
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (4), Sibson Consulting, 2017–2018
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting biannual report, 2017–2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, November 2018
  • “Do You Only Have A Wellness Program, or Do You Have a Culture of Wellness?” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, October 2018
  • Interviewed and quoted in University Business magazine, “Rethinking College Tuition Remission,” October 2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Designing a More Complete Program,” Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Garden State Chapter Annual Conference, September 2016
  • “Health and Welfare Nondiscrimination Testing: Forecast of an Eventual Requirement,” International Society of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists Symposium, September 2016
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2015–2016
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2015–2016
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness,” Sibson Consulting national webinar for clients and prospects, November 2015
  • “The Next Frontier: Using the Conceptual Wellness Model to Align Philosophy and Strategy in Employee Wellness,” Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Vermont State Human Resources Conference, September 2015
  • “Conceptual Model for Wellness: Taking a Holistic View,” Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH) webinar, July 2015
  • “Actuarial Model for Wellness (4-part series),” The Society of Actuaries, February 2015
  • “Private Health Exchanges,” Northern New Jersey ISCEBS Chapter Meeting, May 2014
  • “Healthy Enterprise/Wellness Models,” Society of Actuaries Membership Meeting, April 2014
  • College & University Benefits Study infographics (3), Sibson Consulting, 2013-2014
  • College & University Benefits Study, Sibson Consulting annual report, 2012-2013