Debby has global responsibility for employee engagement and social impact for HP’s 49,000 employees operating in 170 countries. Under Debby’s leadership, HP has seen measurable improvements in engagement since 2012. Her team works collaboratively with the businesses, functions, and geographies to understand and improve engagement at all levels and create an environment where people are motivated to do their best work, feel fulfilled in their job, and proudly recommend HP—all while supporting the company’s success.
Debby has responsibility for:
- Employee feedback, insight, and metrics
- Employee recognition
- Social impact, volunteering, and giving
- Site-based leadership and engagement initiatives that help build a unified, vibrant, and strong sense of HP community and belonging for employees
Debby has more than 30 years’ experience in the dynamic and ever-changing IT industry. She has grown her career at HP and served in a wide range of global leadership roles across IT, HP Consulting, Professional Services Marketing, People Development, Diversity & Inclusion, and Culture & Engagement. She has played key roles in large-scale acquisitions as well as Hewlett-Packard Company’s separation and concurrent formation of HP Inc. In addition to her core role, she serves as the executive director of the HP Foundation, a nonprofit organization that funds philanthropic programs for underserved communities by supporting technology-related learning, charitable giving, and disaster relief.
An accomplished presenter, Debby has developed and led seminars and workshops on employee engagement, culture, and diversity.
Debby is based in San Diego, California.
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