Women executives thrive in leadership roles at DXC

Women executives thrive in leadership roles at DXC

DXC Technology uses the power of technology to build better futures for its customers, colleagues, environment and communities.

Meet the DXC female executives delivering excellence for the company's customers, colleagues and shareholders.


Mary Finch, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

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Mary Finch is Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for DXC Technology. Mary leads all aspects of human resources and employee engagement globally, including talent development and training; employee retention and recruitment; policy, benefits and compensation; workforce development and organization effectiveness; staffing and training; along with global inclusion and diversity.

Mary joined DXC from AECOM, where as CHRO she was responsible for all aspects of the global human resources organization. As a member of AECOM’s leadership team, she transformed the company’s human resources practice by implementing a global talent strategy, including new performance and productivity tools along with employee training and development, career growth and workforce engagement initiatives.

Prior to AECOM, Mary served as Senior Managing Director and Chief Operations Officer for global human resources at Accenture, where she drove delivery of HR services, overseeing operations supporting approximately 320,000 employees across 56 countries and multiple Accenture businesses. She also led strategic change programs and was responsible for overseeing Accenture's Talent Supply Chain and Recruiting Centers of Expertise.

Mary holds a BS degree in accounting & business/management from Miami University. She received the California Diversity Council’s Most Powerful & Influential Women Award (2016) and a Tribute to Women Award from YMCA Silicon Valley (2015). She is a founding member of Her Story, an organization committed to improving the lives of people living in survival mode around the world, especially single mothers.

Kristie Grinnell, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

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Kristie Grinnell is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for DXC Technology. She is responsible for leading business transformation including defining IT strategy for new digital capabilities, streamlining current operations and improving overall efficiencies and performance of DXC's IT environment — all with the goal of enabling DXC to provide excellence and innovation to its customers worldwide.

Kristie previously served as global CIO and Vice President for supply chain at General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT). There she led the transformation enterprise IT strategic plan and IT Shared Services center for customers, along with supply chain management. Prior to that, Kristie was Director of planning and governance and Director of client delivery enablement for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), a predecessor of DXC.

Her career in professional IT leadership spans more than 20 years. Kristie has led four major IT transformations while overseeing changes to enterprise-wide technology, cyber and risk management, culture, skills and behaviors. Before joining CSC, she served as CIO, Chief of Staff and Global IT Strategy Executive for PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Kristie serves as chair of the Capital CIO Advisory Board and is a member of the STEMforHER Advisory Board. A strong supporter of academic STEM programs for young women, she is a recipient of the 2018 Women in Technology STEM Leadership award, Washington Business Journal's 2020 Women Who Mean Business Award, a 2020 Capital CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Award Winner and a 2021 National CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Award Winner.

Kristie earned her BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and holds an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management.

Nadia Owens, Senior Vice President, HR Global Performance and Rewards

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Nadia Owens is Senior Vice President, HR Global Performance and Rewards for DXC Technology. In partnership with DXC’s executive leadership team and the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors, Nadia is responsible for designing and delivering globally inclusive human capital performance and rewards solutions to engage and motivate DXC’s workforce.

Nadia has held a number of global strategic HR executive roles in industries including technology, professional services and consumer products. She has led, managed and executed large-scale change initiatives in global organizations. 

Nadia holds an MS degree in human resources management and a BS degree in business management from Long Island University. She is a board member of The New York Foundling, a non-profit organization that provides services including foster care, education and adoption assistance to children and families.  She also serves on the organization’s Governance Committee and Program Quality Committee. 

Brenda Tsai, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer

DXC Technology Brenda Tsai

Brenda Tsai is Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications officer for DXC Technology. She is responsible for advancing and positioning the DXC brand and offerings, leading the global marketing and communications team, engaging key stakeholders and influencers, and contributing to the company’s growth.

Brenda is an experienced Chief Marketing Officer who has built her career helping complex, global blue-chip companies transform and drive business growth. Prior to joining DXC, Brenda served as Chief Marketing Officer of Bank of New York Mellon. Brenda has also served as the Global Head of marketing and communications of FactSet, as Managing Director at General Electric and in multiple P&L leadership roles at Procter & Gamble where she drove sales for several leading brands.

Across her career, Brenda has advanced diversity and excellence and the field of marketing as global chair of the BNY Mellon Women’s Network, as an executive advisor for Ascend, a leading Asian business association, and as a council member of the Association of National Advertisers.

Brenda earned an MBA and an MA from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA from Stanford University.


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