Director, Benefits & Wellbeing
Jennifer Addleman has worked for Rollins College since 2011, serving as the Director of Benefits and Wellbeing where duties include managing the health and wellbeing benefits for faculty and staff. Jennifer has prior benefits experience with Orange County Government and Hewitt Associates, holding progressively responsible roles managing benefits and HR services. Since joining Rollins, the wellbeing programs have won numerous awards, including: Healthiest 100 Employers, Gold level Healthy 100 Workplace Wellness Award from Florida Hospital, Orlando Business Journal's Healthiest Employers, and Platinum level Fit Friendly Company from the American Heart Association. Rollins is a member of the Independent Colleges and Universities Benefits Association (ICUBA) and Jennifer currently sits as Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors. Jennifer also serves on the Southern Region Board of Directors for the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR). Jennifer holds an MBA with a Certificate in Human Resources from Keller Graduate School of Management, and a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health from Indiana University, with a minor in Medical Sociology. Jennifer lives near Orlando, Florida, with her husband and two teenage children.
You never know what life will throw at you. Flexibility and the ability to quickly adapt to change are a must.
Although not a new concept, there has been an increase in demand for quality mental health and emotional wellbeing programs. It is also crucial to review current benefit programs to ensure they help meet the needs of a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Through our partnership with ICUBA, we have been able to offer innovative health programs while keeping premium increases substantially below trend. We recently introduced Surgery Plus where eligible members are directed to higher-quality providers for select surgical procedures. The program provides better health outcomes and reduced claims at no cost to the members.
Pharmacy, especially specialty prescription drugs, oncology and diabetes care.
Student loan debt programs.
As a strategic partner with Rollins' leadership, the Rollins Wellbeing Committee’s mission is dedicated to promote and create a healthy campus community in which to live, learn, teach, work, and visit. As such, we strive to implement a variety of programs that support and enhance a culture of wellbeing.
Prior to the pandemic we already provided telemedicine, including mental healthcare. Demand has greatly increased as a result of the pandemic and trust in virtual care has improved.
Employees will remember how they were treated by their employers during the pandemic. We saw many employers become more innovative than ever before and provide valuable programs to help their employees and their families during a catastrophic period. Let's continue to look forward and be innovative!