Prior to Cardinal Health, she was senior vice president of corporate affairs and development at Tempus, where she oversaw government affairs and policy, strategic communications, and employee engagement. Before Tempus, Wills was with General Electric for ten years holding key global leadership roles, including GE Healthcare’s chief communications officer, where she led external affairs and media relations, employee engagement, and executive communications at GE’s $19B healthcare franchise. While at GE, Wills was also executive director, global strategy, for GE Corporate, as well as executive counsel in the chairman’s office, serving as the operational leader for Jeff Immelt in his capacity as chairman of President Barack Obama’s Council for Jobs and Competitiveness. Before joining GE, Wills was executive director of a 501c(3) organization founded and led by then-senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. Wills began her career at David Axelrod and Associates in Chicago, and later served as a policy adviser on Capitol Hill. She is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and Illinois Wesleyan University.