Association Member Benefits Advisors (AMBA) is a national marketing company focused on plan design, negotiations, and implementation of benefits for associations. We are a turnkey benefit provider with exclusive negotiated insurance programs and discounts on travel, electronics, dining, and more! AMBA assists associations in obtaining high quality benefits for their members.
We work hand-in-hand with our clients to create specific solutions for the unique needs of their members. With our expertise, associations can confidently provide their members with valuable benefits.
The satisfaction of our associations and their members is AMBA's highest priority. We are proud to have served many associations and their members for more than 20 years. Our superior standards for providing innovative benefits and prompt, courteous service are AMBA hallmarks.
Our story began in 1981. When an association was searching for a Medicare supplement policy and turned to David Morgan. His research on this subject sparked an interest and he began building a company that addressed the supplemental insurance needs of retired teachers. United Teacher Associates (UTA) was founded in 1981 to meet this need.
In 1984, UTA acquired the American Consumers Life Insurance Company, founded in 1958, and renamed it United Teacher Associates Insurance Company (UTAIC). This enabled UTA to sell and service its own policies through UTAIC. In 1996, benefit offerings were expanded to include home health care insurance, group long-term Care, Medicare supplement, first diagnosis cancer, single premium tax deferred annuity, and final expense life insurance.
In 2001, David and Jerry Morgan founded Association Member Benefits Advisors to make benefits available for all other association clients in the United States. Since that time, AMBA has grown to make benefits available to 43 clients in 27 states representing 2.5 million members and potential members. Our goal is to provide the best-in-class benefits to all association members.
provides best-in-class benefits to all association members in 27 states representing 2.5 million members and potential members. – less