DXC Technology announced the appointment of Mary E. Finch as executive vice president and chief human resources officer (CHRO), reporting to company president and CEO Mike Salvino. Finch’s appointment is effective immediately. She is the first senior leader hired since Salvino was named to his role in mid-September.
Finch will lead all aspects of DXC Human Resources and employee engagement globally. Her responsibilities will include talent development and training; employee retention and recruitment; policy, benefits and compensation; workforce development and organization effectiveness; staffing and training; and global inclusion and diversity. She also becomes a member of DXC’s senior leadership team.
Finch joins DXC from AECOM, where she served as CHRO since 2015, with responsibility for all aspects of the company’s global human resources organization. As a member of AECOM’s executive team, she transformed the company’s human resources practice by implementing a global talent strategy and new performance and productivity tools – while advancing employee training and development, career growth and workforce engagement initiatives.
“Mary is an exceptional leader and human resources professional who is passionate about the total employee experience and about helping people reach their full potential,” Salvino said. “She will be a significant contributor to the execution of our growth strategy, which prioritizes the well-being, development and career paths of our people. I’m delighted to be working with Mary again, and on behalf of our entire community, I want to welcome her to DXC.”
Prior to AECOM, Finch served as senior managing director and chief operations officer for Global Human Resources at Accenture.
In this role she drove global 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.
“This is a time of significant change in the IT industry, and DXC has a fantastic opportunity to grow and deliver true innovation and value to our global clients,” Finch said. “Our employees are key to achieving our goals and aspirations, and I am excited to join Mike and the DXC team in transforming our workforce, developing and nurturing our global talent, and instilling new levels of pride and performance among our employees.”
Finch holds a B.S. 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.