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Matthew Enloe, Account Executive

Matthew Enloe

Employee Benefits

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Matthew Enloe

Elite Account Executive


Matthew Enloe is an Account Executive in Parker, Smith & Feek’s Benefits Department where, much like a caddie, he walks alongside his clients and advises strategic direction. Matt partners with middle market employers to craft benefit strategies that help keep healthcare costs in the fairway and drive results even further by leveraging technology.

With 15 years of consulting and executive work experience in the Tacoma area, Matthew has a unique vantage point to collaborate with CxOs. Before stepping into insurance in 2015, he led the South Puget Sound Chapter of the PGA Tour’s youth development arm, The First Tee. As a founder and executive director for five years, Matthew can empathize and appreciate the demands of starting and running a business. The strategic planning and organizational execution he learned at The First Tee and in graduate school helps guide the way he consults with his clients, never losing sight of the impact of every dollar to the owners, executives, and employees. Before his non-profit career, Matthew advised corporate clients on marketing and branding strategy. His communications consulting and undergraduate degree in journalism inform Matthew’s focus on innovative tactics to engage employees.

Matthew joined Parker, Smith & Feek in 2018 and after jumping into the benefits world four years ago. His first foray into insurance was at a start-up that sold an innovative COBRA administration technology platform to contain costs. It was through this experience that he saw a gap in how status-quo brokers were doing business and decided to become an adviser. Matthew is a passionate member of the South Puget Sound community. He is a South Sound Business 40-Under-40 inductee and has mentored local youth at the College Success Foundation and Mentor253. Matthew went back to school in 2010 and received his Master of Arts in interdisciplinary studies from the University of Washington Tacoma, where his thesis project fueled the foundation and growth of The First Tee of South Puget Sound.