Global Chief Information Officer, HP Inc.
Ron Guerrier is global chief information officer (CIO) at HP Inc. He supports the company’s emerging technology efforts worldwide. He is tasked with further building out a world-class IT organization to deliver and enable the highest levels of productivity for employees, contractors and partners globally. He is also responsible for developing and overseeing a comprehensive approach to digitization across HP, with a focus on process automation and continuous process improvement, while ensuring a positive end-user experience.
Previously, Guerrier was CIO and secretary of innovation and technology for the State of Illinois. During his tenure in state government, he was instrumental in broadband expansion, modernization of legacy IT systems, STEM education and, for the last several months, the sudden transformation of nearly 50,000 employees to remote work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Guerrier has served in multiple other CIO and senior leadership roles in his quarter of a decade long career. As CIO of Express Scripts, he led a team of more than 6,000 and was responsible for strategic initiatives, supporting the company’s technology organization and performance, and innovation and process improvements to improve end-user experience. Prior to Express Scripts, Guerrier was executive vice president and CIO of Farmers Insurance Group where he established and maintained a strong relationship with senior business leaders and reorganized the IT division to enhance delivery. Guerrier began his career with Toyota, where he spent nearly 20 years in roles of increasing responsibility, most recently as vice president and CIO of Toyota Financial Services.
Guerrier earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a master’s degree in operations management and supervision from North Park University.