Geralyn Isler

Geralyn Isler

President / Benefit Advisor


Relevant Experience

Employers understand that employees need education to help them appreciate their benefits and behave as consumers. Geralyn’s skills as an educator mesh perfectly with this crucial function, allowing her to communicate skillfully with employer groups of a variety of backgrounds and skills. She’s had great success implementing cutting-edge strategies including consumer driven health plans as well as wellness initiatives. Geralyn is well respected within the community for her research and understanding of changing laws and how they impact business owners and HR departments. Geralyn prepares the Business Benefits Insurance Solutions’ Insider Update newsletter, a critical tool that helps ensure that employers are staying up-to-date on essential industry and benefit news developments and practices.

Academic Background

1987: Northern Kentucky University

Highland Heights, Kentucky

Bachelor of Arts

Elementary Education

Math Minor
1983: Notre Dame Academy

Park Hills, Kentucky

Work Experience

1992-1993: Private Tutoring, Tennessee

1990: Ft. Campbell, Kentucky/Murray State University

Teaching soldiers basic skills

1989-1990: Ozark City Schools, Alabama


1988: Kenton County Public Schools, Kentucky

Substitute Teaching

Length of service with Business Benefits

Since 1997

Professional and community involvement

Geralyn serves on Humana’s Broker Advisory Council. Geralyn participates in a variety of committees at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. She graduated from the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’ Top-Tier Leadership program in 2007. Currently Geralyn serves as co-chair on the Women’s Initiative’s Special Events and serves on the Health at Work committees. Her work on these committees include planning events such as “Obesity and Its Impact on the Workplace”, the annual “Health and Wellness Expo”, the “Northern Kentucky Health Challenge”, and the “Women’s Initiative Annual Breakfast”. Geralyn is the 2011 & 2012 chair of the Health Care Advocacy, which is the committee responsible for developing business positions on healthcare related legislation. Geralyn is a board member for the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.