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Eric P. Gulko, J.D.

Director of Compliance

Eric brings more than 20 years of experience in the benefits industry and a proven track record partnering with his clients in the design, funding, administration, and compliance of their employer-sponsored benefits programs to help them shape high-performing cultures.

He is a leader in the industry and active participant in the national discussion for healthcare-reform policy and compliance matters. His work has included engaging with the White House, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Labor, and other federal agencies on behalf of a particular client’s needs. Eric is an educator and writer providing thought leadership and insight to an array of audiences including clients' employees, postgraduates, and his industry peers.

As a business leader, Eric previously served as Vice President at Summit Benefit Solutions, Corporate Benefits Manager at Boston Scientific, and Benefits Analyst at Hewitt Associates. Balancing his client success strategies with his management skills, operations experience, and legal background, Eric’s work has encompassed plan management for tens of thousands of employees, for a wide range of clients including Fortune 500 companies, with demonstrable results and long-term client satisfaction.

Adjunct Associate Professor: Framingham State University

Juris Doctor: Boston College Law School

B.A./Political Science: Emory University

Licensed as an Individual Insurance Producer for Life, Health, and Accident Insurance

Member of the Board of Directors: Massachusetts Association of Health Underwriters

Member: Massachusetts Bar Association

Member: National Association of Health Underwriters


Recent Publications and Citations

Quoted in Boston Business Journal on Paid Family Medical Leave Quoted in Boston Business Journal on Dental Enrollment Quoted in US News and World Report on Open Enrollment Quoted in Employee Benefit News on HSA Enrollment The ABCs of Self-Funding Your Health Plan How Millennials are Redefining Employee Benefits