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Moravian College announces partnership with BSI Corporate Benefits, an employee benefits insurance agency specializing in health, life, and disability insurance.

BETHLEHEM, PA, February 17, 2021: Today, Moravian College announced a new partnership BSI Corporate Benefits, an employee benefits insurance agency with offices in Bethlehem, PA and Southfield, MI.  Moravian and BSI are partnering to offer a tuition discount on all Moravian Graduate Business and Adult Undergraduate programs to BSI Corporate Benefits employees. The goal of this partnership is to provide access to Moravian’s Graduate Business programs and deliver personal and professional development opportunities to BSI employees.

 “We’ve been talking with Tony DaRe about coming together to bring this partnership to life and, as our Graduate Business programs continue to expand, especially online, the timing was right for it to happen now,” commented Katie P. Desiderio, executive director, graduate business programs and assistant vice president, corporate-educational partnerships at Moravian College. “Tony has a reputation as an innovator and this partnership demonstrates that spirit, along with a dedication to his employees and their professional growth.”

Moravian College has expanded its corporate partnerships over the past year and BSI Corporate Benefits now joins other Pennsylvania-based organizations like Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, Colonial IU 20 and CX University in Moravian’s group of partners.

“Our headquarters are in Bethlehem and we already employee several Moravian graduates,” commented Anthony (Tony) DaRe founder and agency principal of BSI Corporate Benefits.  “We are building a benefits consulting firm to compete with anyone, anywhere, and having this partnership with an institution like Moravian allows us to continue to grow and recruit some of the top professional talent in the country.”

Media contact:

Moravian College
Michael Corr
Assistant Vice President of Marketing and Communications

BSI Corporate Benefits
Corinne Kavounas
Director of Marketing & Communications
484-821-1300 ext. 214 or 1-866-BSI-BENE(fits) ext. 214

About Moravian College
Moravian College is the nation's sixth-oldest college located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees that blend liberal arts with professional programs. For more than 275 years, the Moravian College degree has been preparing students for reflective lives, fulfilling careers, and transformative leadership in a world of change. Moravian College is a member of The New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U), a national consortium of selective, small to midsize independent colleges and universities dedicated to the purposeful integration of liberal education, professional studies, and civic engagement. Visit to learn more about how the Moravian College focus on education for all prepares its students for life-long success.

About BSI Corporate Benefits
BSI Corporate Benefits, LLC (BSI) was founded in 2003 by Agency Principal, Anthony (Tony) DaRe. Prior to founding BSI Corporate Benefits, LLC, Tony served clients on the insurance carrier side for Geisinger Health Plan and the University of Michigan M-Care. During that time, Tony realized his true passion was to be an advocate for clients rather than insurance carriers. He started BSI with the mission to be an advocate for clients on both a human and a financial level. Today, BSI is a national employee benefits consulting firm with client groups ranging in size from 50-5,000 employees. BSI currently represents over 100 clients in 41 states and internationally. 

BSI understands the lives we cover are your employees and their families. We don’t take that responsibility lightly and hold it with the highest integrity every day. Our consistency in delivering results for our clients has allowed BSI to be named the Fastest Growing Employee Benefits Consulting Firm in Eastern Pennsylvania for six consecutive years. BSI is also a proud recipient of the United States President’s Volunteer Service Award.