Phone Number 888.563.7278
Steve-Hall

Steve Hall, CEBS, CSFS, CHRP

Market President / Sr. Consultant

Quick Facts 

Steve Hall, CEBS, CSFS, CHRP, Alltrust’s Market President, was originally born in Chicago, but has called the Bradenton-Sarasota area home since he was 10 years old. Steve joined Alltrust in 2010 with over 18 years of consultative sales experience working for companies such as Xerox and General Binding Corporation. Steve is Certified Employee Benefit Specialist - CEBS through Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania. Steve is also a Certified PPACA Professional through National Underwriters Association. As Market President, Steve oversees all client relationships.

A Little More About Steve

Steve is responsible for evaluating employee and employer needs for health insurance; handling all financial aspects of group health plans, including renewal negotiations, plan design, contribution strategy, etc.; conducting on-site enrollment meetings; reviewing employee benefit packages with new hires; providing ongoing educational meetings to employees with any benefit implementation, benefit changes, and enhancements; and conducting annual reviews of employee benefit package options within and outside of the current carrier.

When asked about his favorite aspect of working with Alltrust Steve replied, “The opportunity to help people understand their benefits and make life easier for those that I work with.”

Within the community Steve is highly involved with several organizations including Board of Directors of Sarasota Manatee Human Resources Association; Chairman of the Board and Founding Member of The Gulf Coast CEO Forum; and Board of Directors of Manatee Habitat for Humanity.

In his spare time, Steve enjoys spending it with his wife, two daughters, and dog. They enjoy traveling, enjoying Florida’s beaches, golfing and kayaking together.

Random Fact:

When asked what the worst gift was he ever received, Steve replied, “For my birthday someone gave me a scratch off card and I thought I won 10K. Needless to say, that was very disappointing!”