NFIB is pleased to announce the promotion of Cameron Garczyk from his role as Member Services Coordinator to his new position of Member Benefits Program Manager. Cameron will be the key staff member for the NFIB Ohio team in working with benefits partners and members to assist them in taking advantage of the programs available to them. He will also be working on NFIB’s workers’ compensation and unemployment compensation reform efforts at the Ohio Statehouse.
“I am looking forward to helping NFIB members across Ohio in easing their workers’ compensation and unemployment compensation claim costs. With these savings entrepreneurs can reinvest those dollars back into their businesses in many ways that benefit their employees and our state’s economy,” said Cameron Garczyk, NFIB Member Benefits Program Manager in Ohio.
Cameron was raised in Martins Ferry, Ohio along the Ohio River, just south of Steubenville. He attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Urban and Regional Planning. During his time in college, he served in the Miami University Office of Institutional Relations, assisting in university advocacy projects involving state and federal officeholders. He also taught an introductory government relations course and was a volunteer coordinator for a United States Congressional campaign.
He spent time in Washington, DC interning in both Congressman Bill Johnson’s office and United States Senator Rob Portman’s. After college, Cameron served as the Legislative Aide and Clerk of the House Finance Committee under State Representative Ryan Smith, the former Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives. During his time at college and working in the offices of elected officials, he developed an understanding of working with people and honed his communications skills.
“The NFIB member benefits offered to small business owners offers them a great opportunity to save their hard-earned dollars. Cameron has done an outstanding job working with our members and will continue to do so as our Member Benefits Program Manager. His efforts will help NFIB in making Ohio a great place to own, operate, and grow your business,” said Roger Geiger, Executive Director for NFIB in Ohio.