Mark Holland

About Mark Holland

CEO & President

By age 24, Mark Holland had successfully owned three businesses. He started in the insurance business as an agent for New York Life in 1994, where he won Rookie of the Year and New Agent of the Year. He then moved to Mutual of New York where he obtained his securities license, achieved his RIA (Registered Investment Advisor), won the Achiever of Excellence award. Mark then became Marketing Director for Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company.

At Colonial, he achieved certification as a CES (Certified Enrollment Specialist) and achieved numerous awards. He qualified for President Club (which is awarded to less than 1% of their nationwide sales force) and Leaders Conference.

In 1998, he founded BenCom, and was the company’s CEO since until the end of 2007.Serving as BenCom’s CEO Mark and the company were regularly recognized with national press and trade journals such as CNBC, Benefit News, Benefit and Compensation, finalist for The Memphis Business Journal “Small Business of the Year,” twice, to just name a few.After selling his ownership interest in BenCom, Mark began working as a paid consultant for large insurance companies such as Nationwide. Currently Mark is running his newest venture, BenefitHelp™. Over the last two years, BenefitHel™ has brought on several national customers, introduced new technology to the marketplace such as the BenefitMOVIESM, and recently acquired the assets of his former company BenCom.

As a recognized expert in worksite marketing, electronic enrollment, and benefit communications, Mark continues to serve in consulting and advisory roles with major insurance companies.He has been featured in trade journals, and has been a featured speaker at many national and regional sales conferences.Mark is committed to helping others by serving on several board positions such as Teen Challenge Memphis and the Memphis Association for Financial Advisors.

Mark and his wife Jennifer have two children, Hannah and Sam.He is very active in the community, volunteering for Hope Presbyterian Church, and others.He was voted 2002-03 Republican of the Year by the National Congressional Business Commission, and is an active member in the Congressional National Business Advisory Council, where he serves as an advisor for small business to Congress.