Tim State

Senior Vice President, Associate Health and Well-being, Humana

Tim State is passionate about well-being in the workplace and its power to impact the destiny of individual employees, as well as the organizations and customers they serve. He is a strategic Human Resources leader with over 20 years of experience within multiple industries, and he has led innovative, large- scale transformative change in areas including Health and Well-being, Benefits, Compensation, Positive Performance, Employee Engagement, and Human Capital Strategy. Tim is Enterprise Vice President, Associate Health and Well- being at Humana, a US-based Fortune 53 health and well-being company. Humana has a goal of improving the health of the communities it serves, and that commitment begins with its own associates.

Tim and his team develop leading-edge strategies designed to drive a well-being movement within Humana’s workforce that elevates human and organizational performance, improves employee health, and supports lifelong well-being. These approaches have produced results, including superior levels of health and wellness participation and engagement, positive population health outcomes, and measurable well-being improvement. Along the way, Tim has led the development of several population health and well-being solutions that have ultimately become available to external Humana customers.

Under Tim’s leadership, Humana has earned external recognition for its workplace well-being progress, including prestigious awards from the National Business Group on Health, American Heart Association and others. The work has been featured in various media publications. Tim currently participates in several relevant boards, including the NBGH’s Institute on Health, Productivity and Human Capital, the American Red Cross Louisville Chapter, and as a lieutenant on the American Heart Association CEO Roundtable.

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The Power of Purpose in a Culture of Well-Being

August 1, 2018 | Tim State
It’s been said that culture eats strategy. Culture can make or break the employee experience, and leaders have a responsibility to make that culture as inviting and engaging as possible. A focus on health and well-being can fuel your ... Read more