Humana Inc.’s chief information officer Brian LeClaire will retire near the end of the year.
The company announced LeClaire’s retirement internally in mid-July. Humana will transition his role over the next several months.
Sam Deshpande, who was named senior vice president and chief risk officer in June 2017, has taken over leadership of Humana’s information technology organization and now has the title of chief technology and risk officer, the company said.
LeClaire joined Humana in 1999 as vice president and chief technology officer.
He sold 7,239 company shares for about $2.1 million on August 22, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing states that LeClaire is now a strategic advisor for the company.
LeClaire is the second Humana C-suite member who announced their eventual departure from Humana. Jody Bilney, Humana’s chief consumer officer, plans to transition out of her role by the end of the year as well.
In January, Humana hired Dr. William Shrank as its chief medical officer to replace Roy Beveridge who also will retire in 2019. Humana is Louisville’s largest company by revenue and is one of the area’s largest employers.
Date: September 05, 2019
Source: The Business Journals