At Humana, we know that for far too many people in our communities, achieving their best health is not at all easy. This is why the Humana Foundation has been taking a hard look at how it operates (link opens in new window) – to find new ways to make a more sustainable impact in the communities we serve.
This year, the Foundation launched a Thought Leadership series to spark innovative and collaborative thinking. The first event was led by Robert Egger (link opens in new window), founder of the holistic model at LA Kitchen (link opens in new window), DC Central Kitchen (link opens in new window), and the Campus Kitchens Project (link opens in new window). Robert grew up in Louisville and has partnered with many organizations in Humana’s hometown and across the nation. He has earned his reputation for being a catalyst of collaboration and innovation across all sectors to co-create solutions that focus on high-quality nutrition, job creation and meeting the needs of the rapidly growing senior population. Check out the video (link opens in new window) to hear his perspective, which he shared both at Humana and around Louisville with partners representing every sector.
The Humana Foundation will announce its next session in the Thought Leadership series this fall – because joining forces with like-minded entities can result in more impactful, broad-based and sustainable change.