GINNI ROMETTY is the former chairman, president, and chief executive officer of IBM. She became CEO of IBM in 2012 and retired from the company on December 31, 2020. Rometty reinvented more than 50 percent of IBM’s portfolio, built a $25 billion hybrid cloud business and established IBM’s leadership in AI, quantum computing, and blockchain. Under Rometty’s leadership, IBM achieved record results in diversity and inclusion through programs that extended parental leave, made it easier for women to return to the workforce, and more.
Rometty is the co-chair of OneTen, an organization that is combining the power of US companies to upskill, hire, and promote one million Black Americans over the next 10 years into family-sustaining jobs with opportunities for advancement. She is the author of GOOD POWER: Leading Positive Change in Our Lives, Work, and World (March 7, 2023; Harvard Business Review Press).
Connect with Rometty at twitter.com/GinniRometty, instagram.com/ginnirometty and linkedin.com/in/ginnirometty/
— 2023 SPEAKER ALERT —
Ginni Rometty spoke at the Virtual Conference Anywhere on March 2, 2023!
Want to learn more about Ginni?
- View the Conference Agenda for details on Ginni’s keynote session
- Check out Ginni’s forthcoming book, Good Power, where she redefines power as a way to drive meaningful change in positive ways – available now for pre-order through the Conference for Women Bookstore
- Also, don’t miss Ginni’s remarks on why good ideas can make people uncomfortable in her interview with MIT Sloan School of Management