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Kay Mooney

CVS Health
Vice President Well Being
As VP, Well-Being, CVS Health, Kay Mooney leads a team responsible for integrating the company’s holistic well-being approach into the products and experiences it creates. The team is guided by the belief that “health” is broader than the traditional definition of “the absence of illness” and focuses on all aspects of individuals’ lives that help them thrive and flourish.

Kay is at the helm of the company’s groundbreaking research collaboration with Harvard’s School of Public Health to understand the determinants of well-being, correlations to engagement and productivity, and efficacy of various interventions. With this data and machine learning, she is leading the development of engaging solutions that reflect the company’s holistic approach and help employees, consumers and communities achieve their best health.

In nearly 30 years with Aetna, Kay served in various leadership roles. Most recently, she led Workforce Well-being & Inclusion, where she introduced innovative benefits and well-being programs to support Aetna’s strategy and drive engagement.

Prior to joining the Human Resources organization, Kay led Aetna's national Health Care Reform Exchange Program Management Office, where she was responsible for driving the development and implementation of Aetna's strategy for public exchanges, and she previously served as chief of staff for the Office of the Chairman and CEO. She has held a variety of senior leadership roles at Aetna, focused on pricing, underwriting, product management, mergers & acquisitions integration and medical cost analytics.
Kay’s passion for well-being extends beyond her position at Aetna and includes leadership roles with the American Heart Association. Most recently, she served as co-chair of the 2018 Greater Hartford Heart Walk, and chair of the 2017 Greater Hartford Heart Ball. In previous years, she chaired the organization’s Go Red for Women campaigns, where she helped drive awareness of the risks of heart disease among women and raise money for this life-saving movement.

In 2018, Kay joined the Board of Directors for Pet Partners, the nation’s largest and most prestigious organization committed to connecting people with the health benefits of animal-assisted intervention. This aligns with Kay’s strong belief in the healing power of pet therapy.

Kay graduated with a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Penn State. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, and is a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.