Drawing upon nearly two decades of professional excellence, Lindsay Lueken has excelled in a myriad of capacities since commencing her career in 2004. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in economics and management from Albion College, she served Sun Life as a sales coordinator for four years. Shortly thereafter, she joined NFP as a national account executive, remaining in that position for an additional four years. From 2012 to 2016, Ms. Lueken served Aetna as a group insurance account executive.
Ms. Lueken joined the staff of Broadspire Services, Inc., in 2016, where she has since thrived in many roles. After initially joining the company, she served as a dedicated account executive until 2020, at which point she was promoted to director of disability and absence client services. She served in this position until 2021. Since 2021, Ms. Lueken has been the vice president of disability and absence operations. Alongside this post, she has been a member of CHIEF since 2022.
In addition to her academic credentials, Ms. Lueken completed several courses to supplement her professional endeavors. She completed courses in strategic selling through the Miller Heiman Group in 2017 and in Leadership 360 through FranklinCovey and Emerging Leaders through Crawford & Company, both in 2019. Moreover, Ms. Lueken has served as a member of the executive advisory board for the Disability Management Employer Coalition since 2021.
Prior to the onset of her profession, Ms. Lueken completed an internship in her area of specialization as an extension of the business program requirement at Albion College. During this time, she excelled at numerous interviews, which propelled her forward in her career path. Among the many highlights of her career, she is especially proud of successfully managing dozens of individuals in her profession, increasing their internal promotion rate to 85%.
Looking toward the future, Ms. Lueken intends to witness more exposure to the field of insurance to have more civilians become aware of the significance of the industry and, therefore, be more appreciative of their services.