Frank Mengert
Frank Mengert
Frank B. Mengert is the founder of ebm, a leading provider of employee benefits technology solutions. He brings an energetic spirit and a unique, sought after level of expertise to the world of HR and benefits.
As a leader in the employee benefits technology field, he has helped bridge the gap between insurance and technology driven solutions for brokers, consultants, carriers and employers nationwide.
He founded ebm with the mission of providing brokers and benefits consultants with an outsourced, affordable approach to leverage best-in-breed technology solutions. Under his direction, ebm has been able to develop partnerships in all 50 states across the U.S. strategically working with many of the top ten benefit consultants, as well as large regional players and local state-based firms. 
Frank is also a nationally recognized speaker on benefits technology, podcast host, contributing writer for Inc and Forbes, a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), and a member of the board of directors for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.


Tue 3 March 2020
During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Frank Mengert to discuss how college students and professionals can network in a genuine and meaningful way, as well as discuss Frank's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Questions that we cover include:
What does genuine networking mean to you?
What is your reason for being?
How can your life goals influence who you surround yourself with?
How can your network influence your career movement?
What is a successful person?
Do you need to practice networking? If so, how can you do that?
Are people generally helpful?
What does it take to have meaningful conversations?
How can someone practice asking more engaging questions?
How can somebody set the stage for informational interviews?
Is appropriate to take notes during meetings? If so, how can somebody take notes appropriately?
Does body language play a factor in networking and relationship building?
Does vocal inflection have an impact on networking and relationship building?
What are go-to questions to ask to get to know somebody better?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a conversation with somebody?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a mentor relationship?
Is it appropriate to ask for introductions from a mentor?