Director of Human Capital
Jacop Lucas has a rock-solid background in employment law compliance and employee benefit programs and a natural flair for working with human resource professionals. As the Director of Human Capital, Jacop uses a consultative approach to help clients discover what they really need. He then puts his industry knowledge to work to recommend the processes and services that will best meet those needs.
His depth of knowledge and affable personality make Jacop a natural at connecting the dots. As he puts it, he has one foot on the human resource side and one foot on the benefit side of the business. “I work to create a bridge between them,” he says. Here’s how Jacop’s skills benefit his clients:
He’s one step ahead on compliance. Jacop is often called upon as a speaker or advisor on the Affordable Care Act, as well as FMLA, ADA, ERISA and other regulations. He’s known for his up-to-date knowledge on the impact of laws and trends.
He “gets” HR. Jacop instills confidence in his clients with his industry knowledge, reliability and attention to detail. His credibility speaks for itself.
He puts clients first. Jacop’s clients praise him for his positive attitude and listening skills. He prides himself on quick responses and timely solutions to client needs.
Jacop is poised—and eager—to make an impact in the human resources field. His background in compliance regulations and insurance add depth to his understanding of the business. He notes that the Affordable Care Act has driven employers to focus on what’s most important to them—their employees.
When he’s not at work, Jacop is focused on being a husband and the father of three young children, and when time allows, an occasional round of golf. He’s driven by his faith and personal values of honesty, loyalty and trust, which he lives by every day.
- Licenses in Life, Accident & Health and Property & Casualty
- 12+ years of experience in insurance, benefits and compliance
- B.A. in Communications from Purdue University
Ask Jacop about the “P” in his name—it’s not a typo, and “always a conversation starter.”