Rhonda Vetere is a seasoned C-Suite technology icon, two-time author, mentor, speaker, and corporate athlete.
A passionate leader in technology across industries, Rhonda has lived and worked internationally- in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Mumbai, and across India- and managed teams of more than 20,000 people and managed teams in over 162 countries.
Rhonda is a change agent for digital transformation who has led the way for growth with more than 23 mergers and acquisitions at companies. She has worked in global executive positions at Estée Lauder Companies, AIG, HP Enterprise Services, Barclays/ Lehman, Bank One/ JPMorgan Chase CompuServe, UUNET, MCl, and Worldcom.
As an industry expert and influencer, Vetere has been a keynote speaker and panelist at many conferences and events, including the World Economic Forum in Davos, WIT (Women in Technology) Connect, Microsoft Global CIO Summit, Dell EMC World, and the U.S. Vice Presidential Candidate Debate. Rhonda has been recognized for her leadership and influence, notably with the 2019 Human Forward Award, in 2018 being the first female to run 55 miles through the Serengeti, and as a multi-year Top 100 CIO/CTO Executive Leader in STEM by STEMconnector.
Grit & Grind is Vetere’s second book- she is also the co-author of an HP special edition book, Enterprise Service Management for Dummies.
An avid sports fan and real-world corporate athlete, Rhonda stays focused and sharp by competing in marathons and triathlons on a regular basis- over 70 events thus far, including triathlons, half-marathons, marathons, and IRONMAN 70.3 mile triathlons. She recently ran 55 miles in the Serengeti as part of a girl’s and women’s empowerment fundraiser: the first women-only run of its kind.