Ed currently serves as membership chair for the Chapter .
Ed O’Malley RHU, CLU has over 25 years of experience in the employee benefits and risk management field. Ed serves as Mid-Atlantic Region Practice Leader for Gallagher Benefit Services (GBS), a division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. His responsibilities include thought leadership, innovation, business development and account management for a number of the specialty practice Niches at GBS. He serves on Gallagher’s National Senior Leadership team for Education, Public Entity, Non Profit and Religious groups. Ed serves as Membership Chair for the Greater Philly Chapter of ISCEBS.
Ed and his teams have helped hundreds of employers create a sustainable Human Capital, benefits and compensation programs through strategic investments in employee health and increased employee engagement and proactive wellbeing solutions. Ed was formerly with Marsh and McLennan as a Senior Managing Consultant and served as a Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Commerce Insurance Services for two decades.
Ed is a member of the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers and the National Association of Health Underwriters. He is also member of the Philadelphia Society for People and Strategy (PSPS) and the Greater Philadelphia Business Coalition on Health.
He also is Chairman of the Governor’s Office of Volunteerism for the State of New Jersey and Vice Chairman of the NJ Jefferson Awards Foundation which recognizes volunteerism and community service throughout the U.S. A tireless advocate for the disabled and children, Ed has served as President of Cerebral Palsy of N.J., Past Chairman of The New Jersey March of Dimes and founder of The Evesham Education Foundation and serves as Chairman of the Lenape Regional Foundation. Ed serves on the Board of the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern N.J. and has served his local community for many years as Fire Commissioner of Evesham Fire Rescue.
He is a sought after speaker to industry and employer groups on a wide variety of topics.