Jerry Orlans

Jerry Orlans


Jerry is President of RBC Benefits, Inc., and a recognized expert in employee benefits administration for small to mid-sized companies. He has over 35 years of industry experience and attributes his continued success to placing his clients’ needs first and foremost.

In 2013 Jerry connected with Ray Bachman and BIS Benefits, Inc., in a strategic partnership for the benefit of their clients. Jerry is now a consultant working with BIS Benefits. Jerry and Ray offer almost 80 years of combined experience in the Employee Benefits arena.

Prior to starting RBC Benefits, Inc., he served as Regional Director for a National Brokerage and Consulting firm and as a Regional Sales Manager for two major national insurance companies. He has supported small, medium and large employers by consulting in all areas of employee benefits. His expertise covers health care, including self-funded health plans, dental and vision benefits, long-and-short term disability and 401(k) retirement and profit sharing plans.

Jerry is currently serving his fifth term as an elected City Councilman in Roswell, Georgia. He served nine years on the Board of Directors of North Fulton Regional Hospital and rotated off in January of 2011. He has previously served on the Boards of North Fulton Community Foundation, the Rotary Club of Roswell, and the North Fulton YMCA. He is a member of the National Association of Health Underwriters and keeps abreast of legislative issues impacting his clients. Additionally, he is actively involved in the North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and the Roswell Rotary Club. In recognition of his leadership in the community, he was invited by the Atlanta Regional Commission to participate in the Regional Leadership program in 1997.

Jerry graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan with a degree in Finance. He obtained the designation of FLMI (Fellow Life Management Institute) from LOMA. LOMA (Life Office Management Association) has set the standard in Insurance education for over 70 years.