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Joseph Curcio

Vice President, Senior Sales Leader

Joe Curcio is a Vice President and Senior Sales Leader in Conner Strong & Buckelew’s Employee Benefits Division. He joined the firm in July of 2015 with over 10 years experience in the employee benefits field. In his role as a sales leader, Curcio is responsible for development of new strategic services and leading new business development. Curcio also plays an active benefits consulting role with key clients as a strategic advisor and is engaged in program design, financial evaluation, health and wellness, compliance, communications and other key client-facing areas.

Prior to joining Conner Strong & Buckelew, Curcio spent 10 years at The Graham Company where he was an Employee Benefits Consultant for several mid-size employers ranging from 100 to 2,500 lives. He managed consulting relationships for health and welfare clients, lead client teams and coordinated all internal resources, utilized internal and external benchmarking information to develop a competitive analysis for clients, and developed streamlined financial analysis reports. His experience includes designing, pricing and implementing employee benefit programs while integrating wellness and consumer driven strategies. Prior to joining Graham he spent six years in banking at Commerce Bank where he held various positions such as Regional Loan Officer and Branch Manager. Early on at Commerce, Curcio was recognized as a top performer in their management development program and was promoted into the Branch Manager role, the youngest in the bank’s history.


Chestnut Hill College: BS – Business Administration, Concentration in Finance
Temple University: Temple Study Abroad Program – Rome, Italy

Community Involvement

Member of National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU)
Member of Greater Philadelphia of Health Underwriters (GPAHU)
Board Member of the Ambler Area YMCA
Active member in his community as a coach of several youth organizations.