Audrey Boone Tillman is executive vice president, Corporate Services for Aflac Incorporated. Ms. Tillman is responsible for driving strategy within the company’s corporate functions that serve the employees, external customers, vendors and the Board of Directors. Her oversight encompasses the operations of the Facilities and Strategic Sourcing & Procurement divisions; Communicorp, Aflac’s for-profit printing company; and the Travel & Meetings division. In 2013, she added to her oversight the office of the Corporate Secretary and the company’s Communications division.
During her tenure, Aflac has received multiple honors from Training magazine’s Training Top 125, FORTUNE magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work for 14 consecutive years and Working Mother magazine’s 100 Best Places for Working Mothers. Also, under her tenure, Aflac has been recognized by Black Enterprise magazine as one of its Best Companies for Diversity for six consecutive years, has appeared on LATINA Style magazine’s annual list of "The 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work” for 13 years and was named to BusinessWeek’s Best Places to Launch a Career in 2008 and 2009.
Posts by Audrey Tillman
Imagine a large farmers’ market where shoppers can examine and compare produce before adding it to their market baskets. Then envision private exchanges as the online health insurance equivalents – places for individuals and businesses to shop for, compare and buy health insurance. These marketplaces are shifting the way we … Read more >
Uncle Sam is calling, and U.S. companies are on the other end of the line. The reason for the call? Changes you’ll want to pay attention to if your business offers employees health savings accounts (HSAs), flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) or health reimbursement accounts (HRAs). These plans can help employees … Read more >
Cancer affects millions nationwide, and for many, the diagnosis may bring devastating financial burden even if they have major medical insurance. Unfortunately, cancer is one of the five most costly medical conditions in the United States, which causes many patients to make decisions about their health based on their finances. Read more >
On bright summer days, office workers often envy people whose jobs allow them to escape the confines of the cubicle. But during this time of year, when Old Man Winter has his chilly grip on much of the nation, working outdoors loses its luster. Construction workers, truck drivers, telephone and … Read more >
The recent economic downturn will remain on the minds of employees for years to come. Perhaps, one of the most poignant is a greater appreciation for a steady paycheck and the importance of income protection. Many employees underestimate their susceptibility to experiencing a disability; yet overestimate the resources that would … Read more >