Chief Digital & Transformation Officer

Greg Baxter serves as HP’s Chief Digital & Transformation Officer where he leads the company’s IT, Digital, Data, and Transformation organizations. In his role, Greg is focused on harnessing disruptive technologies, tools, and processes to help transform HP into a more digitally enabled, customer focused, innovative, and agile company.

Greg is an accomplished global executive, strategist, and technologist with a passion for reinventing and transforming companies and a track record of driving significant growth and value creation. Most recently, he served as Chief Digital Officer at MetLife, where he was responsible for leading digital strategy and platforms, enterprise data and analytics, digital automation, and innovation to transform the company.

Prior to MetLife, Greg was Global Head of Digital at Citi, where he led the company’s digital transformation across businesses and geographies. He was previously a Managing Partner at Booz & Company, where he held leadership roles across the firm’s financial services, public sector, and digital practices. Greg began his career at IBM, where he focused on driving large-scale transformation programs.

He is also an active board member and advisor for fintech, technology and cyber security firms, and has served as an Independent Director at Chatham House (Royal Institute of International Affairs). He actively sponsors STEM programs and supports the Madison Boys and Girls Club.

A native of Australia, Greg is a dual citizen of Australia and the UK. He earned his bachelor’s degree in IT from Monash University and his Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Melbourne University.


Greg is based in New York.