The Blackwell Difference.

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Blackwell Captive Solutions’ bedrock belief in innovation, in charting a new path, is why we named the company after Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to attend medical school in the United States.


Our Inspiration

We take inspiration from Dr. Blackwell’s trailblazing efforts to challenge the status quo and bring new perspectives and ideas to a profession held back by adherence to tradition. We know, just as Dr. Blackwell did, that there is a better way forward, a path that offers more success by pursuing new ideas promoted by new participants.



Kari L. Niblack, Esq



Well-known industry executive, Kari L. Niblack, Esq., became President of Blackwell Captive Solutions in 2022. In addition to her executive leadership roles spanning almost three decades in the self-funded industry, Kari regularly speaks and publishes on issues affecting self-funded health plans and served as Chairwoman, Board of Directors, of the Self-Insurance Institute of America.

Scott Lydon

National Vice President, Sales


Scott Lydon is an accomplished executive with a proven track record in strategic relationship development and management. With over 25 years of experience in the employee benefits sector, Scott’s expertise and leadership ensure the delivery of best-in-class solutions and services to Blackwell Captive Solutions’ clients and partners.

Taylor Bernard

Executive Assistant


Taylor Bernard is Blackwell Captive Solutions’ Executive Assistant. A MBA graduate from The University of Kansas, Taylor works closely with Kari, Tina, and the rest of the Blackwell staff to bring new, innovative ideas to the table. He fully embodies the core values we demonstrate each day, and his expertise in finance, risk management, and data analysis is an important addition to our leadership team.

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