Todd Bradley is executive vice president of HPâ€™s Personal Systems Group, a $42 billion annual revenue business that includes personal computers, mobile devices, technical workstations, personal storage solutions and Internet services. He also is a member of HPâ€™s Executive Council.
Under Bradleyâ€™s leadership, the Personal Systems Group has accelerated profitable growth, firmly establishing HP as the No. 1 PC vendor in the world. During his three-year tenure, the business has added more than $15 billion in revenues and increased profitability threefold.
His organization reset the global PC industry with its â€œThe Computer Is Personal Againâ€ campaign, setting a new standard for design, user interface and the overall customer experience. At the helm of the largest global supply chain in the IT industry, Bradley has promoted environmental and social responsibility across thousands of suppliers and channel partners and millions of customers whose lives and businesses HP touches.
During his 28-year management career, Bradley has held senior roles at GE Capital, Dun & Bradstreet and FedEx. Prior to joining HP, Bradley was chief executive officer of Palm. Before that, Bradley was executive vice president of global operations for Gateway.
Bradley holds a bachelor of science in business administration from Marylandâ€™s Towson University, where he is currently a member of the board of visitors. He also serves as a director of LiveOps and trustee of the American Film Institute.