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CBCA Names Tim Reed as Vice President, Human Resources

CBCA Administrators, Inc., the nation’s premier Employee Service Organization (ESO), has named seasoned Human Resources professional Tim Reed as its Vice President of Human Resources.

Columbus, Ohio (Vocus) April 27, 2010 -- CBCA Administrators, Inc., the nation’s premier Employee Service Organization (ESO), has named seasoned Human Resources professional Tim Reed as its Vice President of Human Resources. With more than 20 years of strategic HR leadership in a variety of industries, Mr. Reed will lead CBCA’s development of the Human Resource Management division of its ESO product offering.

As an Employee Service Organization, CBCA offers integrated employee benefits management, HR management, and corporate wealth management services providing mid-sized employers with a comprehensive solution for all employee needs, taking them from recruiting to retirement.

“We are pleased to bring Tim Reed on board to lead our charge in the human resource management arena,” stated Kenneth Di Bella, President and CEO. “His strategic leadership and operational expertise are essential to shaping CBCA’s future.”

Prior to accepting this position with CBCA, Mr. Reed served 7 years as Vice President at Sequent HR Outsourcing, in a variety of roles encompassing Client Relationship Management, Operations and HR, and as Managing Director of Employment Services. While at Sequent, he developed expertise in talent management and acquisition, along with corporate employee benefits and development. Other experience includes Regional Vice President with Human Resource Solutions, Chief Operating Officer at Acloche, and Group Director of HR at Frigidaire.

About CBCA Administrators, Inc.
CBCA Administrators, Inc. (CBCA) is a full-service Employee Service Organization with offices across the nation. CBCA combines proven strategies, integrated service applications, and innovative products to create a single source for effective health plan management, HR outsourcing and corporate wealth management. CBCA partners with employers to identify, implement, and integrate solutions for the issues that are most important to our clients. Our expertise and flexibility allows us to bring the best solutions to any benefit program. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, CBCA also has offices in Ft. Worth, Texas, Minneapolis, Minnesota and Savannah, Georgia. For more information, please visit


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