Marie Myers

Marie Myers is Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for UiPath, a leader in Enterprise Robotics Process Automation (RPA). As CFO, Marie provides the financial leadership to support the company’s global mission to accelerate the adoption of automation across public and private sectors and businesses of all sizes.

Prior to joining UiPath, Marie served as Global Controller for HP Inc. where she oversaw compliance and controls as well as the integrity of the financial statements in all countries where HP operates. Her responsibilities included ensuring financial compliance and operational excellence, accelerating profitable growth and cultivating a culture of innovation.

She spearheaded the “Finance of the Future” initiative, guiding the organization to adopt emerging, disruptive technologies – such as RPA and artificial intelligence – to modernize financial processes and become a well-known thought leader in the Digitization of Finance. Her work recently earned the recognition of the Hackett Group’s 2018 Digital Awards for Smart Automation, International Data Group’s (IDG) 2019 CSO 50 Award for data security and IDG’s 2019 Digital Edge 50 Award for driving innovation.

Marie earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. She also earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas, Houston.

Marie serves on the Board of Directors of F5 Networks, a global company that specializes in cloud and security application services. She founded the Anti-Gray Market Alliance Board and is its President Emeritus. She also is a passionate advocate for diversity and education and serves on the boards of the University of St. Thomas Advisory in Houston, the Girlstart Council for Houston, and the University of Queensland in America, Inc.

Marie has been recognized by Women in Computing and was named to the Top 40 under 40 in Finance. She also was chosen as one of the Top 20 Most Powerful Business Women in Texas and was recognized by the University of Queensland as its Alumna of the Year. In 2017, she was named HP’s Working Mother of the Year, and in 2018 was selected for Texas Executive Women on the Move and one of the Top 30 Influential Women of Houston.