Daniel Rigato

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ADMINISTRATOR, CITY OF LAS VEGAS

Dan Rigato is an Employee Benefits Administrator for the City of Las Vegas.  With over 30 years of experience in employee group benefits, marketing, finance and human resources Mr. Rigato brings a unique perspective to the development and management of group benefit plans.  Prior to joining the city  Mr. Rigato’s work experience included operating his own consulting firm, working as a CFO for small/mid-sized businesses in several industries including, automotive supply, insurance, corporate travel and environmental.  As a CFO he led various initiatives focusing on process improvement, business development, sales/marketing and customer service enhancements.  In addition, Mr. Rigato has held various adjunct teaching positions with the University of Michigan – Dearborn and Davenport University.

Mr. Rigato is a creative, customer focused employee benefits, marketing, nd financial professional, focused on providing best in class service to his internal clients (employees) as well as corporate clients.  Mr. Rigato has worked with clients in the review and evaluation of their operational and organizational structures as well as business process reengineering and group benefit plan designs.

Mr. Rigato’s education and experience have assisted him in taking a look at group benefits from a different angle with a focus on consumer behavior, marketing and the financial impact of benefit plan enhancements.  Mr. Rigato holds an MBA degree in Finance from Wayne State University as well as a BSBA degree in Operations Management from Wayne State University.

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What they think?

“I have been involved in the healthcare industry for over 20 years and have seen the growth and evolution of corporate wellness programs. After exploring the curriculum for the Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist® and attending the annual conference I realized how much there is to learn and how valuable this program is for anyone supporting corporate wellness programs. The course provided insight into the ever changing legal and regulatory environment in addition to providing me with an opportunity to meet and network with leaders in the industry.”

Daphne Bascom

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Jeff Thoms

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Carrie Kass

“The realm of Healthy Wellbeing and Wellness is ever changing and by going through the CCWS program and obtaining certification it has given me the knowledge and additional expertise to take our internal and external programming to the next level. Healthy Wellbeing is not a “one size fits all” and obtaining certification has provided our organization and myself a skill set and “brand-ability” to assist our employee’s and the community we serve to be the best form of “you” they can be”

Stefanie Knisley

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Alison Sugg

“I have a strong passion to learn and a desire to help people whenever possible. This certification provides me with a sense of accomplishment in my pursuit to be a lifelong learner and a feeling of confidence to design a wellness program that can improve the well-being of others.”

Eleni Levins

“Health and Wellness has always been a big part of who I am in both my personal life and wellness focused career. Taking the CCWS® course has provided me not only security and ability to grow in my personal life and career, but the knowledge and confidence needed to assist my organization and its employees in our mission of overall well-being for ourselves and the communities we serve. I look forward to continued growth through Corporate Health and Wellness Association in the ever changing world of wellness.”

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“I made a presentation yesterday to a large corporation. When I told them that I was a Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist® they said, ‘We want to do business with you because you know what you’re talking about’.”

Alex Hixon

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Jennifer White

“In the ever growing, ever developing field of corporate wellness it’s important to stay relevant, knowledgeable and credible, which is what the CCWS® has done for me. Being recognized with the CCWS® qualification ensures I’m on top of best practices and understand customized wellness programs, which further provides confidence to fulfill my responsibilities and support our employees on their path to overall well-being.”

Katy Keene

“I decided to pursue my CCWS certification after several years of assisting with our wellness program and I decided it was time to take ownership of the program and move into more of a leadership position. The certification allows others to see how personally invested I am in this role and dedicated to bringing them the most current information in the field of wellness.”

Bailey Duke

“I was very excited for the opportunity to go through the CCWS online certification. I have other wellness certifications and I think there is always more to learn, because things are always changing. It was valuable to hear real examples from others in the field on what they are doing, what’s worked and what hasn’t, and being able to apply key takeaways to your own programs.”

Missy Jenson