What’s your position at Health IQ?
Medicare Relationship Manager
How long have you worked here?
Where were you born? What is an interesting fact about your hometown?
Sacramento, California – Sacramento was considered the epicenter of the California Gold Rush which is why it became a capital of California and even a city having incorporated in 1850.
What’s a random fact about yourself that would surprise others?
I enjoy self development whether it is learning from books, podcasts, youtube videos and I like to invest in new courses continually.
If all the superheroes went to battle against each other, who do you think would win?
Time is the great equalizer. Having said that I will have to go with the superhero who can control time!
What is something — a food or activity — that you tried reluctantly, and it turns out you like it?
Recently I purchased a Virtual Reality system to go along with my Playstation 4 and was concerned about getting motion sickness at first but it turned out to be an AMAZING experience as long as I take breaks in between.
What is the best piece of advice you have been given?
Putting God First.
What movie can you watch over and over again?
Disney’s “Coco.” A very unique and culturally sensitive movie!
If you had to eat one meal every day for the rest of your life what would it be?
Favorite way to stay fit/healthy?
I have a few. Treadmill, Free Weights, Meditation, & Intermittent Fasting.
What is your favorite part of your job?
Besides referrals, my favorite part of my job is helping seniors and folks on disability who are typically on a fixed income save money on their insurance, maximize their benefits and making an informed decision.
It is a great honor being put in a position to serve people who really need the help.
What unique part of your personality is beneficial for you in this role/when interacting with clients?
When interacting with clients I strive to be attentive about their unique challenges, and work to provide them the most beneficial solution in an easy, fast, and simple way that they can understand.
What is your biggest piece of advice that you’d give to someone looking for a Medicare plan?
My biggest advice is to start thinking about what are the most important benefits and protection that you would like in a health insurance plan for the rest of your time on Medicare and use that as a compass based on your budget.
For example, some important things could be: Having more access and freedom to see providers, limiting your out of pocket costs, making sure your prescriptions are covered most effectively, your doctor is in network, improving your dental, vision care or fitness. When you can find what is most important, you are on the right path.
I’d be happy to provide you an objective comparison of your coverage options and getting you enrolled in the proper plan. My work number is (844) 278-3708. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to request to receive my personalized help at no additional cost (and no obligation) to you!