Kenneth F. Woods – Managing Director
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Founder and President of Dublin Health & Benefit Group, LLC since 2005, Ken’s longstanding contributions to the region spans back to 1989. Ken consults with individuals and employers (small groups with 2-100 employees) in his areas of expertise including health insurance and employee benefits (Small Group Insurance, Medicare Supplements, Advantage, and Part D Prescription and Individual Health Plans).
“I lead a cohesive and dedicated team of licensed, insurance professionals who each have a heart of service to help guide folks through Medicare.gov and Healthcare.gov, as well as navigate the small group health insurance and employee benefits markets. We contract with all the major carriers in NH, as an Independent health and benefit consulting firm, whose entire focus is finding affordable solutions and compliant ways to build your business through the attraction and retention of quality employees.”
Ken lives in Dublin, NH with his wife, Fabiola. They have five children ages 21 and up. “Now that they are all grown up, I am currently enjoying long weekends and more traveling with my wife.” Ken has served as President of Peterborough, NH Rotary Club, dedicated six years on the Dublin, NH Town Budget committee, and two years as Peterborough Chamber of Commerce Business Expo committee Chairman. Some say he is an all-around good guy! (Though he did steal a candy bar from the Country store in Concord, Ma around 1971.)
Ken and his team at Dublin Health bring a breath of fresh air to those who feel overwhelmed by the volume of choices offered, and the daunting costs associated with them.
Colleen Gutwein – Broker / Account Executive
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Colleen joined Dublin Health & Benefit Group in 2014. She is a licensed Life, Accident and Health Insurance Broker specializing in the individual health plan market. With nearly 20 years in the insurance industry, she brings a wide breadth of industry experience, from carrier to agency, with a focus on policyholder treatment and practices. She assists our clients in finding the best health insurance value based on their individual needs.
Colleen lives in Peterborough with her husband, Scott, and their three sons, all of whom share a love of sports. You can find her travelling Route 101 at virtually any hour of any day to attend her sons' football, hockey, basketball, and baseball events. When not on the road, Colleen enjoys family time at home, walking, cooking and reading.
Jennifer Jensen – Administrative Assistant
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Jennifer has worked at Dublin Health and Benefit Group since the fall of 2014. When you or your employees reach out for assistance, most likely you will be in the hands of Jennifer. She is the delightful voice on the other end of the line who provides our clients with the support they need before, during or after plan implementation. Having direct contact with all of the Brokers, Jennifer is committed to research your questions if an answer isn’t readily available.
Jennifer enjoys personally engaging with our clients, and us truly remarkable with the level of support she provides to each one of them. When not at work Jennifer loves reading, quilting and on warm New England days she loves the beach!
Michelle O'Sullivan – Broker / Account Executive
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Michelle joined Dublin Health & Benefit Group in 2014. She is a licensed Life, Accident and Health Insurance Broker specializing in the individual health plan market.
“Working in the insurance industry has been a great avenue to meet some amazing people from all aspects of life. I still get up every day and enjoy going to work, although it’s not work if you love what you do!”
When not at Dublin Health and Benefit Group Michelle’s family is the center of her world. She and her husband are passionately involved in attending their children’s extracurricular activities. Their daughter, Kelly, plays field hockey and their son, Dillon, plays football, hockey, baseball and lacrosse.
Michelle is not one to sit on the sidelines. Her favorite quote is, “Don’t wait for the storm to pass, dance in the rain!”
Stephanie Jacques Kleine – Broker / Account Executive
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Stephanie joined Dublin Health and Benefit Group team in the fall of 2017. She is a licensed Life, Accident and Health Insurance Broker who specializes in the distinction of small group benefits.
Stephanie has a MS in Organizational Leadership and Management from Antioch University New England and has maintained an active Real Estate Broker's license since 2001. Previously, she worked as practice manager for a local veterinary hospital and serves as chair of the Sullivan School District school board.
Stephanie is an avid equestrian and enjoys new opportunities on horseback whenever the sun is shining. She wholeheartedly believes that a healthy community is the foundation to healthier individuals. Her personal mission is to support small business owners in providing sustainable and attractive benefit packages to their valued employees to promote wellness within our community.
Nick has worked at Dublin Health & Benefit since August 2018. He heads up marketing for the business. He spent his childhood living over in Europe and traveling back and forth from the US. Nick attended the Conval school district and graduated in 2010. He is now enrolled at SNHU, studying IT and marketing.
Nick lives in Dublin with his wife, Jess and two pets. They enjoy hiking mount Monadnock and going to new places.
Lori has worked 37 years in retail and farming; 30 of those years included office management. She always enjoys meeting and helping new people. Dublin Health & Benefit Group Help to continue her doing just that.
She loves spending time with her family; watching her grandchildren Cooper and Adaline grow, riding their Harley with her husband on warm summer and fall days, walks on the beach, reading and gardening.
In my many years, I’ve learned that life doesn’t have to be all big steps. Even the small ones make a difference.