Expanding our reach: Three new RSMS join the zizzl health team

May 7, 2024

We are thrilled to announce the latest expansion of our sales team to provide exceptional services and support to our broker partners and clients in every corner of the country. We are excited to introduce these three new Regional Sales Managers (RSMs) who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to our organization. 

Tony Schufrieder comes to zizzl health with over 30 years of experience in the benefits industry in a wide variety of roles, most recently a Regional Broker Manager for Colonial Life. Tony’s passion for business strategy, industry advancement, and the people behind it will be an invaluable asset to the team as we expand our sales efforts in the Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey markets.

Greg Hickox will be leading our Massachusetts sales efforts with a wealth of knowledge in benefits and broker partnerships. A University of Rhode Island alumnus, Greg brings unwavering support to the brokers he works with and extensive knowledge of account planning, sales processes, and key motivations to the table. Chayce Nunez-McClellan joins the team with a wide variety of experience of roles within the benefits industry for companies like Humana, SunFire, and Health IQ. Located in Chicago, he’s one of the closest RSMs to the zizzl health home office, and we’re looking forward to seeing his success from right down I-94.

With these additions to our team, we’re one step closer to ensuring that we can provide innovative solutions and support to clients across all 50 states. “We're thrilled to welcome Tony, Greg, and Chayce to the zizzl health family as our newest Regional Sales Managers,” said zizzl health CSO, Bruce Stahl. “With their expertise and market knowledge, we'll be able to deepen our presence in the Midwest and Northeast regions of the country, including key markets like Boston, New Jersey, and Chicago. With a larger, more capable team, we’re aiming to deliver unparalleled service and innovative solutions to clients in these areas.”