Tiffany Benjamin is CEO of Humana Foundation. Prior to this role, she served as senior director, social impact and president of the Eli Lilly and Company Foundation, where in 2020, she led the company’s global philanthropic efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as its philanthropic efforts to address racial inequity in the United States. Prior to this role, she served in various roles within the legal function, including senior director, litigation and legal compliance; assistant general counsel, assistant corporate secretary; and anti-corruption counsel and legal counsel on the company’s privileged internal investigation process.
Prior to joining Lilly, Ms. Benjamin served as senior investigative counsel for the Democratic Staff of U.S. House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee, working on investigations into national matters including the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Wal-Mart Mexico bribery allegations, the 2012 fungal meningitis outbreak and supporting passage of the Affordable Care Act. Before joining the Committee, she worked as an attorney in the D.C. office of King and Spalding, handling white-collar matters and government investigations.
Ms. Benjamin has a law degree from Harvard Law School and an undergraduate degree in Journalism and Political Science from Indiana University.
Ms. Benjamin was the recipient of the 2021 Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Young Alumni Award. She serves on the Board of Visit Indy, the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee, the 2024 NBA All-Star Game Committee and the Kennedy King Memorial Initiative.
She lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband, three children and a rambunctious flat-coated retriever.