Western Reserve Association of Health Underwriters

Mission Statement

WRAHU will educate the public and decision makers about the value health insurance professionals deliver in helping consumers access the health care system and, through education and association involvement, increase members' ability to better serve consumers. We will do so in a financially prudent and responsible manner.


September Meeting

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Protecting Employee Privacy & Identity in the Digital Age (1CE)
September 12, 2019
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Sponsorship Opportunity

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Meetings are typically held the 2nd Thursday of each month

Benefits of your Sponsorship:

  • Verbal Recognition during the program and 10 minute presentation
  • List of WRAHU Membership
  • Lunch for your speaker
  • Display table at event for distribution of materials

Cost to Sponsor: $10 per person up to a maximum of 25 in attendance

The Western Reserve Association of Health Underwriters is a chapter of the Ohio Association of Health Underwriters as well as the National Association of Health Underwriters. We are a not for profit association dedicated to educating the public and decision makers about the value health insurance professionals deliver in helping consumers access the health care system and, through education and association involvement, increase members' ability to better serve consumers. We will do so in a financially prudent and responsible manner.

Our membership represents agents who provide health insurance to companies and individuals in the State of Ohio with the customer’s best interest in mind.

Your support of the Western Reserve Association of Health Underwriters will help WRAHU assist our members in promoting free-market delivery of health care and the value of the professional agent.

Questions? Contact the WRAHU office at 330.273.5756, or email mary@ohioahu.org