It all started with four local government groups in 1991.


Recognizing the effectiveness of group purchasing, Benecon pioneered self-funded consortiums and cooperatives.  Today, we’re proud to manage fourteen programs across the country and maintain membership retention of more than 98%.  With our full Suite of Services, Benecon is able to provide unlimited expert support through Actuarial, Compliance, Finance and the Producer Services Divisions.  With the unparalleled Nurse Navigation and Wellness Services of our sister company, ConnectCare3, Benecon is a powerhouse in the self-insurance marketplace.

Meet Our Team

Senior Management

Samuel N. Lombardo

Founder & Chairman Emeritus

Matthew W. Kirk

President & CEO

David DiGiacomo


Brad Kopcha

EVP, Actuarial & Corporate Development

Jill Brewster

Senior VP, Finance

Brintan Madonna

EVP, Sales & Producer Services

Brad Hoffer

Chief Operating Officer

Sales Team

Mario Civera, CSFS

Regional VP – Sales, Northeast US

Claudia Burchstead, CSFS

Regional VP – Sales, Southeast & Mid-Atlantic US

Jarred Texter, CSFS

Regional VP – Sales, Midwest & Western US

Don Kalkbrenner

Sales Director, Western PA & Ohio

Dave Wuenschel

Senior Sales Director, Mid-Atlantic

Jamie Burgess, CSFS

Sales Director, Western US

Matthew Carta, CSFS

Sales Director, Northeast

Robin Richardson

Senior Sales Director, Mid-Atlantic

Jennifer Henry

Regional Sales Director, Texas

Matthew Brannigan

Regional Sales Director, New England

John Tucciarone

Regional Sales Director, Florida

Steve Barr

Regional Sales Director, Midwest US

Eden Ripingill

Regional Sales Director, Rocky Mountains

Adam Tillotson

Regional Sales Director, Western US

Stephen Gingrich

Director of Ancillary Benefits

John Bankoske

Regional Sales Director

Transparency in Coverage Rule

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NOTE: This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.