Lisa M. Weber, age 46, oversees the retail business segments, Individual Business and Auto & Home, for MetLife, Inc., a global leader in insurance and other financial services.
Since being named to the position in 2004, Weber has pursued a strategy emphasizing face-to-face advice that meets the critical protection and retirement income needs of over 7 million clients.
From 2001 to 2004, Weber served as MetLife’s senior executive vice president and chief administrative officer. In this position, she was responsible for MetLife’s worldwide brand and communications, human resources, corporate ethics and compliance, audit, corporate services, security as well as the company’s philanthropic efforts through MetLife Foundation. As executive vice president of human resources from 1998 to 2001, Weber was instrumental in shaping and implementing MetLife’s overall strategy and was the principal architect behind MetLife’s culture transformation, critical to MetLife’s 2000 conversion from a mutual to publicly-traded company.
A veteran across the securities and banking industries, before joining MetLife, Weber spent more than 10 years at PaineWebber. She previously held leadership roles at Merrill Lynch and Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company.
Weber is a member of the boards of several MetLife subsidiaries, including MetLife Bank and MetLife Auto & Home, for which she serves as chair. She is a director of MetLife Foundation and a trustee of Northeast Region Boys & Girls Clubs of America. She holds a B.A. from the State University of New York at Stony Brook where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.more » « less