Scott RotmanEmployee Benefits Advisor

Areas of Expertise
  • UNC Charlotte B.S.B.A. in Finance – Risk Management and Insurance
  • Life and Health Insurance Licenses
  • LIC 16755965

Scott intentionally joined the Insurance field after graduating from UNC Charlotte with a B.S.B.A. in Finance – Risk Management and Insurance. He started his career in 2011 mainly focused on individual retirement services. After a few years working he decided to make the switch over to group health insurance.

Scott has clients in several different industries, but his primary focus is engineering firms. He enjoys finding cost saving solutions for his clients and prospects by staying knowledgeable about every possible option available. While each of his client relationships is unique, he prefers to be hands-on with every aspect of the process including bidding, onboarding, open enrollment and claims management.

Outside of work, Scott enjoys spending time outdoors with his dog Pebbles, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, traveling, and attending concerts.

Recent Blog Posts

  • 4 Reasons to use a Preferred Broker with the ACEC Life/Health Trust

    We might be a tad bit biased because we are a preferred broker with the ACEC Life/Health Trust. But based on our experience, here’s why: 1. Basic awareness of different ACEC programs I know this might sound simple but there are four different programs available through the ACEC Life/Health Trust. Each program has hundreds of

    May 14, 2020
  • ACEC Life/Health Trust: A Good Option for Engineering Firms?

    To start, let me give you a little background info on the Trust and know how it works for engineering companies looking for ACEC group health insurance. Then we will review some potential scenarios when joining the trust. It’s important to know that the ACEC Life/Health Trust is a not in the business of making

    March 27, 2020
  • What Are the Benefits of a Captive Health Insurance Program?

    As more companies look for innovative ways to gain control over the expense and quality of their employee health insurance plans, many are coming across captive health insurance as they weigh their options. We see captive health insurance plans as being ideal for firms with greater than 50 employees who may have considered self-funding their

    January 9, 2020
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The next step is to request a quote and set up a quick call so we could learn more about your employee benefits challenges and goals and explain how we can help you accomplish them.

I really like the professionalism and knowledge of benefits from a national perspective that Aston Sharp brings to the table. It is also really nice for them to help through the carrier connections and third party administrator setups. When it comes to open enrollment, they update all of my plans on EaseCentral and all I have to do is make sure my payroll deductions come across after my employees choose their benefits for the year. No complex setup for me, they take care of it all. 

Engineering Company
60+ Employees