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video WEBINAR JULY 27, 2022

Why Innovation Strategy Matters

How Humana is working with and like startups

Innovation can often seem like a corporate buzzword that is hard to define and even harder to develop a plan for. Learn more about innovation-as-service, how to think like a startup, and the benefits of an intentional corporate innovation strategy.

In this webinar, Render Director of Product, Rebecca Rice, and Render Managing Director, Patrick Henshaw, will talk to Humana Associate Vice President of Digital Channels Technology, Holly Kessinger, about the following:

  • What is innovation and how you can get started?

  • Why your organization needs an innovation strategy?

  • How does Humana think about its innovation strategy

About our guest Holly Kessinger

Holly leads the enterprise Digital Channels for Humana. She is responsible for product engineering teams who design, develop and deliver Humana.com, MyHumana, and other Humana web and mobile products and capabilities - helping Humana members to manage their plan benefits and navigate their health journey. Prior to this role, Holly served as Director of Product Management in Enterprise Architecture, where she was responsible for implementation of Interoperability platforms, including the Humana Data Exchange.

Outside of Humana, Holly has been in a variety of digital product strategy roles, including at Louisville Metro Government, where her teams won best of the web for Louisvilleky.gov and Data.Louisvlleky.gov, and partnered with the Code for America program to deliver digital capabilities for city services.

Holly is a Customer Experience Design Professional (CCXP) and Certified Scaled Agilist. She holds a BA in Public Relations from Western Kentucky University and sits on the Board of Directors of Louisville Girls Leadership, a local non-profit focused on leadership development for high-school students in the Louisville community.