Mary Ann Yule is the President and CEO of HP Canada Co., a trailblazer in innovative personal computing devices, printers, 3D printing, and related services and solutions. A leading technology company in Canada, HP is focused on creating technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere, while championing diversity, sustainability, and corporate responsibility in every community where it does business.

Since joining in 2015, her proven track record of driving results continues to deliver breakthrough market outcomes across HP’s portfolio. Mary Ann is credited with establishing HP as the most sustainable technology company in Canada[1] as well as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers in Canada (2018). Mary Ann is committed to spearheading inclusive best practices with more than half of her senior leadership team being female.

Prior to joining HP, Mary Ann served as Vice President and General Manager of CDW Canada, Inc., driving business growth and national brand recognition. Under her leadership, CDW Canada ranked as the top technology solution provider in Canada, one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers.

She holds a Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA from the Schulich School of Business in Toronto, attended Ryerson University’s Business program and holds numerous professional accreditations, including Six Sigma Executive Champion.

Mary Ann currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC), Canada’s national information and communication technology business association championing the development of a robust and sustainable digital economy in Canada. She is also a member of the 30% Club, an organization committed to building a strong foundation of business leaders to champion meaningful change in the gender balance of board and executive committees.

Based in Toronto, Canada, Mary Ann is often quoted in the press and is a highly sought-after speaker on positive disruption driven by technology megatrends like 3D printing, sustainable impact, diversity and inclusion.