Meet Your New HBS Consultants

Four new Consultants join HBS to better serve members

By County magazine

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The TAC Health and Benefits Services Department (HBS) has moved to a five-territory account team structure (Northeast, Northwest, South, East and West) to better serve and support members. As a result of this change, there will be an enhanced level of service through commissioners court and district visits, mid-year plan reviews, open enrollment sessions, county-specific incentive programs, health fairs and on-site employee wellness presentations.

Learn about the new HBS service members here. Please note: day-to-day contacts and Employee Benefits Specialists have not changed and still serve one of four original territories (Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest).

To learn more, visit and navigate to “Find Your TAC HEBP Team” under the “Health & Employee Benefits” link.

Santos Trejo, Employee Benefits Consultant

A U.S. Army veteran, Trejo earned a bachelor’s degree from Dallas Baptist University and a master’s in business administration. His previous experience includes 10 years with Farmers Insurance as an agent and operations manager. He also spent four years in the insurance and financial sectors.

Clarissa Martinez, Employee Benefits Consultant

Martinez earned a bachelor’s degree in allied health from Texas A&M University. She has extensive experience in the service and insurance industries working with individuals and businesses to provide supplemental benefits for their employees.

Biral Patel, Wellness Consultant

Patel earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Houston Baptist University and a master’s in public health from the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health. She also interned with the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Division.

Stacey Bruington, Wellness Consultant

Bruington earned a master’s degree in nursing from Lubbock Christian University. She brings more than 15 years of experience in public health nursing with an emphasis in public health education.