Chief Marketing Officer, MetLife U.S.
Why is Hugh speaking at WorkHuman?
MetLife U.S. Chief Marketing Officer Hugh Dineen will share his perspective on the future of the workplace and what employers can do to future-proof their workforces based on findings from MetLife’s 16th annual Employee Benefit Trends Study.
Hugh Dineen is the chief marketing officer for MetLife U.S. In this role he heads up all of U.S. marketing and is responsible for partnering with the U.S. business heads to lead marketing transformation, ensuring best-in-class practices across the region.
He is a senior leader and global marketing professional with 25 years of experience driving business and marketing growth in major multinational corporations such as Avon, Johnson & Johnson, and Procter & Gamble. He joined MetLife in late 2015 from Avon Products, Inc., where he was the global vice president for brand marketing and global head of beauty. In this role, he was responsible for revenue, profit delivery, new product strategy, and consumer/representative marketing for a portfolio of more than 200 brands globally. Prior to Avon, Hugh held a number of increasingly senior roles at Johnson & Johnson, where he was vice president of marketing, topical health, and personal care. While at Johnson & Johnson, he led a business of more than 16 brands in 13 categories across three franchises, successfully developing business unit growth strategies and turning around struggling brands. He began his business career at Procter & Gamble, where he held various senior customer leadership roles.
Hugh holds a B.A. in economics from Boston College and an MBA in finance and marketing from New York University’s Stern School of Business.
Who says robots are going to take over the workplace? Despite optimism about automation in general, about half of employees and employers worry the workplace is becoming less human, according to MetLife’s 16th annual Employee Benefit Trends Study. What does this mean for the future of work? For one, employers have a golden opportunity. In […]