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About allsynx

At allsynx, our mission is to be a leader in offering HR solutions, products, and services to our customers. We pride ourselves on our effective and easy-to-use technology that makes life simpler not only for our clients, but their employees and families as well.

Meet Our Team

allsynx | Experienced, Dedicated Professionals

Chris Wood

Chief Operating Officer / President

Chris Wood is the President of allsynx. Under his exuberant leadership over the last ten years, the IT, Benefits Technology, and Systems Development departments have grown tremendously in their size and scope. He is a wealth of technological insight. Chris is also a proud husband, father, and grandfather! Chris spends his personal time having fun, especially when coaching and playing soccer.

Ryan Jones

Chief Revenue Officer

Ryan Jones has been with the company since 2002. During this time, he’s held a variety of different roles that progressed from leading the IT team, to becoming Chief Information Officer, and finally pivoting in 2020 to become Chief Revenue Officer. He hails from a rural area in west Texas called Klondike where he played 6-man football and learned the value of hard work on his family’s cotton farm. When he isn’t working, Ryan spends his time working on building his own house and also enjoys doing mission work with his church. A favorite trip of his was when they went to Ethiopia to build playgrounds for schools. He can often be found strumming his guitar, shooting his bow, or dripping his coffee.

Paul Welp

Chief Technical Officer

Paul Welp started at allsynx in 2008, where he rose to be the Director of Systems Development, and in 2019 he became our Chief Technical Officer. Born in Carrollton, Paul is a Texas native. He attended UTD, where he graduated with a degree in computer science. He refers to his home as ‘zoo’ because he has dogs, cats, horses, and to top it all off, two children – but he loves them all. He is happily married and enjoys spending his free time with his family. A lover of puns, Paul’s jokes and sense of humor help inspire positivity – and sometimes groans – from his team members.

Kymberlie Welp

Chief Legal Officer

Kymberlie Welp is originally from Colorado but has lived in Texas the last 13 years. She graduated in 2010 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and then made a career shift and earned her Juris Doctorate and certificate in Intellectual Property Law in 2015. Kymberlie opened her own law practice in 2016, focusing on intellectual property and business law. In 2018, she accepted the position of Corporate Counsel for allsynx‘s affiliate, MGM Benefits Group. In 2021, Kymberlie was excited to accept the position of allsynx’s Chief Legal Officer. She enjoys trail riding with her family, reading as many books as she can, and relaxing with her kids, husband, and multitude of pets.

Amanda Cheek

Chief Experience Officer

Amanda Cheek, affectionately referred to as Cheek within the allsynx family, started in an Account Representative role in 2008. Her ability to care about and for others has shaped her path and passions within allsynx and has positively affected the company’s trajectory forward. She’s held several positions within the Client Services department over the years. Her current position as Chief Experience Officer allows her to focus on her teams’ abilities to ensure our customers’ satisfaction with our enrollment platform, our services, and our teams that are associated to their accounts. One of her favorite parts about this role is that her team is able to interact with customers in a very direct and personal way. When not at work, she can often be found hosting family gatherings or the various teenage friends of her daughter’s that consider her a second mom. She loves being outdoors in the sun and also has an interest in gardening, reading, and true crime podcasts.

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