BeneLynk’s President, Sean Libby, has worked at the intersection of managed care and government benefit programs since 2002, when he joined Social Service Coordinators, Inc (SSC). Over the past twenty-one years, Sean has collaborated with a core team of executives who are committed to helping people improve their lives through social care advocacy.
At Social Service Coordinators, Sean was first introduced to dual eligibility and the Medicare Savings Programs – immensely valuable programs with devastatingly low participation rates. At SSC Disability, Social Service Coordinators’ sister company that Sean helped to found in 2003, he had the opportunity to work on behalf of Medicaid populations, and to learn about the two federal disability programs, Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability.
Sean was subsequently promoted to President of Freedom Disability (one of the nation’s five largest Social Security Disability companies) and became accredited by the SSA to serve as a non-attorney Social Security Disability Representative. At Freedom, he personally argued cases in four states in front of Administrative Law Judges and was honored to help hundreds of claimants secure disability benefits. From Freedom Disability, Sean oversaw the launch of Alpha Disability to help veterans secure service-connected disability benefits. Alpha employed and trained veterans to help other veterans win their cases at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
In January of 2016, Sean was part of the executive team that launched BeneLynk. Our shared vision, to help managed care organizations understand social needs and provide meaningful social care to their members, is transforming managed care. Today, BeneLynk provides social care services to millions of Medicare Advantage and managed Medicaid members in all fifty states and the District of Columbia.
Sean is a 1997 graduate of Middlebury College, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He also holds a graduate degree from Yale University. When not working, he is a fervent fan of the Boston Red Sox (actually, he’s a pretty fervent fan even when he is working), an avid reader, an enthusiastic archer, and a frequently overmatched vegetable gardener. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and two children.