Talented leaders have ‘invaluable skill and expertise’
WASHINGTON, DC, Jan. 30 — Business Group on Health, the leading non-profit organization representing large employers’ perspectives on optimizing workforce strategy through innovative health, benefits and well-being solutions and on health policy issues, has named two new board members.
Frank Giampietro, Americas chief well-being officer, EY, and Kevin Theissen, senior director of benefits, Nestlé USA, were recently appointed.
Giampietro, the first-ever Americas chief well-being officer for Ernst & Young, LLP (EY), works to create a culture that meets the physical, emotional, financial and social well-being needs of EY’s people. He previously served as president, North America advisory, for Korn Ferry.
At Nestlé USA, Theissen oversees health and well-being programs for Nestlé in the United States for all operating companies including Nestlé USA, Nestlé Health Science, Purina and Nespresso, for over 35,000 employees and their families. Prior to joining Nestlé, Kevin held multiple Total Rewards leadership roles at Macy’s, Inc., and led client service teams at Fidelity Investments.
“These talented leaders have unique strengths that will help the Business Group continue to drive change,” said Ellen Kelsay, CEO and president, Business Group on Health. “It is my distinct privilege to collaborate with them as we further our organization’s strategic mission.”
Brendon Perkins, chair of the Business Group’s board of directors and senior vice president for Global Total Rewards and People Partnering at Nielsen, said, “I am delighted to welcome Frank and Kevin to the board of Business Group on Health. Their invaluable skill and expertise will provide a strategic benefit to our organization and members for years to come.”
About Business Group on Health
Business Group on Health is the leading non-profit organization representing large employers’ perspectives on optimizing workforce strategy through innovative health, benefits and well-being solutions and on health policy issues. The Business Group keeps its membership informed of leading-edge thinking and action on health care cost and delivery, financing, affordability and experience with the health care system. Business Group members include the majority of Fortune 100 companies as well as large public-sector employers, who collectively provide health and well-being programs for more than 60 million individuals in 200 countries. For more information, visit www.businessgrouphealth.org.