California Schools Employee Benefits Association Welcomes in a New President

As new President of the CSEBA, Heidi Ober plans to adopt and maximize the use of new technologies in order to expand the CSEBA services, all while maintaining affordable health care options for the members.
 
 
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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. - Oct. 23, 2014 - PRLog -- The California School Employee Benefits Association has welcomed in their new President, Heidi Ober. As a teacher in the Cucamonga School District, Mrs. Ober understands the needs and struggles of California School Employees and is determined to help provide premiere benefits at an affordable price for educators. “I am exceedingly proud of our strong commitment to provide school districts, ROP’s and community colleges with high quality, affordable benefit programs designed to satisfy member expectations,” says Heidi Ober in her President’s address found on the CSEBA website (http://www.csebajpa.org/).

As President of the CSEBA, Heidi plans to maximize the use of new technologies in order to expand the CSEBA services, all while maintaining affordable health care options for the members. “Some of our primary goals are to maximize the use of technology, minimize the expansive cost of providing health care, educate our members regarding changes within the health care industry, and delivering superior programs and products that meet the unique needs of our members,” says Heidi Ober. Mrs. Ober believes that the CSEBA has a reputation of providing its members affordable care options and under her leadership she plans to uphold and expand these standards. Mrs. Ober took over the Presidency from Linda DeLaTorre in July and has already established herself as a strong, involved leader for the California Schools Employee Benefits Association.

About CSEBA: California Schools Employee Benefits Association is a CAJPA (California Association of Joint Powers Authorities) accredited not-for-profit schools insurance risk pool that focuses on meeting the needs of member districts by maintaining stable rates, innovative products, programs and services. CSEBA has over twenty-seven years of service working with public schools, regional occupational programs and community colleges. Currently there are 41 Districts in the CSEBA JPA spread among 5 counties throughout Southern California. An executive committee ensures that the needs of all members; certificated, classified, confidential and management voices are heard. For more information call:  (909) 763-4900, or visit www.csebajpa.org

About SCSJPA: The SCSJPA is comprised of two non-profit joint powers authorities; California School Employee Benefits Association (CSEBA) offering employee medical, dental, vision and life insurance benefit programs and Southern California Risk Management (SCSRM) helping public schools share and manage their insurance risk exposures. Both the California Schools Employee Benefits Association and Southern California Schools Risk Management Joint Powers Authorities remain as one of the state’s longest standing and among the top five largest schools joint powers authorities in California. The SCSJPA organization is a not-for-profit that provides insurance programs and risk management services for public school and community college districts. For more information call: (909) 763-4900 (tel:(909)%20763-4900), or visit www.scsjpa.org (http://www.scsjpa.org/)

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