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Sean Libby on the beach

Sean's favorite beach: Grace Bay Beach in Turks and Caicos. My family and I love the clear waters, and I have fun driving on the wrong side of the road getting to the beach!

Sean has worked at the intersection of managed care and government benefit programs for the past 19 years. He is responsible for Benelynk’s product development, new business acquisition, and strategic growth initiatives. Prior to BeneLynk, Sean served as the President of Freedom Disability and Alpha Disability, one of the nation’s largest Social Security Disability and Veterans Advocacy companies. Before that, Sean served as Vice President, Sales for SSC Disability, providing government program benefit services for Managed Care Organizations.


He is recognized by the Social Security Administration as a non-attorney representative (EDPNA) and has personally represented claimants in hearings for Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income throughout the country.

Sean is an expert on a wide variety of government benefit programs and has been quoted in Bloomberg, Business Week, and other national publications. He regularly publishes articles on managed care and government benefits for BeneLynk’s blog.

Sean is a graduate of Middlebury College and has a master’s degree from Yale University.

Sharing a Few Thoughts...

We started BeneLynk because we wanted to get back to what made our senior management team successful pioneers in the SDoH space: human-to-human outreach.  We looked at the rapid and exciting growth in SDoH and saw that there was a need not only to return to some of the fundamentals that had made us successful in the past, but also to bring new innovations to the marketplace. We knew that technology could support a better, more flexible approach to engagement where the member’s needs drive the flow of conversation.  We saw the opportunity to accumulate SDoH information for managed care plans and to provide it as the foundation of the next generation of products and solutions.  More than anything, I wanted to start BeneLynk to bring together an extraordinary group of people committed to improving the lives of Medicare and Medicaid members. 

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