Education
B.S., Mathematics, Bucknell University

Professional Designations
Fellow of the Society of Actuaries
Member of the American Academy of Actuaries
Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries

Affiliations and Awards
Board Member & Girls Program Director, Hershey Youth Basketball Association
Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania

Office Location

Contact Information
501 Corporate Circle
Harrisburg, PA 17110
717-652-5633

Robert Glus, FSA, MAAA, FCA

Partner & Consulting Actuary

 

Rob specializes in group healthcare consulting and works with private sector employers, tax-exempt organizations, large associations, and Taft-Hartley health and welfare trusts. In addition to his client-facing role, he is chair of Conrad Siegel’s health & welfare committee. He has special consulting expertise with school district health trusts, rating and funding methodologies, and medical and prescription drug vendor contracting. To go along with his work in healthcare plan design, funding, reserve & rate calculations, and employee cost-sharing arrangements, Rob has also worked on GASB 45 and other post employment benefit (OPEB) plan valuations.

Rob is well-known to Conrad Siegel’s clients as one whose passion towards his craft is apparent and his ability to communicate impossibly complex, detailed matters in simple-to-understand terms nothing short of amazing. Rob has been using math and actuarial acumen at Conrad Siegel for over 20 years to help organizations maximize the value of their benefit programs for employees. Rob gets the most satisfaction out of the client relationships that he has formed over the last two decades and the opportunity to work with people that truly consider Conrad Siegel a trusted advisor.

At home, his relationships are also the source of great pride where he spends time with his wife and two daughters. In his free time, you might find Rob hitting the links at a local course or using his athletic skills developed playing football and baseball at Bucknell University.

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