After graduating with Honours from a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in 2011, Paulina focused her career in chronic and acute healthcare, and pediatrics. She also maintains a special interest in patient empowerment and advocacy. By using a multimodal approach to explore treatment options, Paulina understands the importance of illness and disease prevention. As part of the Quick Health Access team, Paulina is pleased to use her knowledge and experience to help members navigate through our complex healthcare system.
With over two decades of marketing and communications experience, Vince enjoys developing various correspondence materials for all our clients. He tailors important information around our client’s needs and simplifies information for employees and members. By utilizing our client’s established distribution channels, Vince creates attractive materials in any format requested by the client (i.e. posters, memos, inserts, digital communications, etc.). Some examples of these communications include benefit overviews/summaries, plan amendments, group presentations, video/podcasts, and insurance industry updates. Vince also manages our office space, supplies, technical requirements and generally oversees workplace operations.
Chris grew up in Port Colborne, Ontario on a Dairy/Cash crop farm. Upon graduating from Niagara College in 1993 with a diploma in Business Sales & Marketing, Chris began his career at Canada Life in the insurance and investment industry. Eventually, he relocated to Welland to work with an experienced advisor who was looking to assist him with a gradual business succession. This business also services a large block of group clients who require a group retirement specialist for retirement planning services and advice. As of 2021, Green Benefits Group acquired the firm and continues to provide similar services for new and existing clients. Chris also runs his own practice specializing in retirement income planning and risk management for individuals.
Contact Chris directly: 905-735-2252