Debbie Dyson

President, National Account Services

Debbie Dyson

Debbie Dyson is President of ADP National Account Services, which provides human capital management solutions to large enterprise clients in the United States that generally have more than 1,000 employees. As a member of the senior executive team at ADP, Debbie also provides governance, tools and best practices to help leverage innovation across the company to benefit clients and create a sustainable competitive advantage in the marketplace.

Debbie began her ADP career in 1988 as an account manager, serving large-enterprise clients. She has since held roles of increasing responsibility in client relations, operational support and general management. Prior to her current role, Debbie led ADP’s Client Experience organization, including business process innovation, global shoring, learning and performance, change communications and management. Earlier, she served as Division Vice President and General Manager of the mid-market Service Center for the South region, which serves clients with between 50 and 1,000 employees. During her tenure in that position, she led the team to deliver accelerated revenue growth with above-plan performance while maintaining high levels of client retention and associate engagement.

Throughout her career, Debbie has been passionate about engaging and developing people. She serves as an executive sponsor of several business resource groups for ADP associates, including Women in Leadership (WIL) and Cultivate, a group for African-American associates and their allies.

Debbie has been recognized as one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business by Black Enterprise magazine two years in a row. She also was named to Black Enterprise magazine’s 300 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America. Debbie has received recognition from Diversity Inc. and was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame in San Mateo County, Calif., in recognition of her athletic achievements in high school and college.

Debbie volunteers with a variety of different non-profit organizations focused on breast cancer, heart disease, diversity and inclusion and multiple efforts around arts and education for our youth. She currently sits on the board for New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Teach for America (New Jersey).

Debbie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Santa Clara University.