MetLife Appoints Michelleta Razon as New Head of Data Enablement

MetLife Appoints Michelleta Razon as New Head of Data Enablement

(US and Canada) Insurance provider MetLife recently announced the appointment of Michelleta Razon as Head of Data Enablement. She will report to Robin Gordon, MetLife’s Chief Data and Analytics Officer.

In this role, Razon and her team will work directly with the businesses across MetLife’s 40+ markets driving alignment to enterprise data solutions and capabilities, resulting in an environment where data is readily accessible, well-managed, and used effectively to drive decision-making and innovation.

“Mich sees technology solutions through the eyes of her customers, recognizing the need to balance high tech and human touch to truly enable commercial success,” said Bill Pappas, MetLife Head of Global Technology and Operations. “She is the latest addition to the talented professionals at MetLife who are helping bring these goals to life and build on our 155-year history.”

Razon will be based out of MetLife’s Global Technology Hub in Cary, NC, where the company is home to more than 2,600 employees.

She comes to MetLife from Google Cloud, where she was Vice President, General Manager, and Head of Commerce overseeing Google’s suite of cloud computing tools and services used by consumers and businesses to enhance productivity and workflow. Before that, she worked at Mastercard, where she led a global team as the Head of Engineering for Mastercard Commercial and B2B solutions. She has also worked at Teradata and held various roles with SAS Institute.

Razon has been an active advocate for diversity and women in technology throughout her career and has been recognized for her efforts. At MetLife, Razon will help lead the recently announced partnership with NC TECH establishing a Center for Technology Workforce Innovation. The new Center is designed to serve as a hub for the state’s tech employers and employees, providing resources, thought leadership, and collaboration with the overarching goal of fostering growth and vitality in North Carolina’s technology sector.

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