New York Life hires Don Vu as chief data and analytics officer

New York Life has appointed Don Vu as the new senior vice president and chief data and analytics officer.

Mr. Vu will lead a newly formed team focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and data, says New York Life. He will report directly to Alex Cook, senior vice president and head of Strategic Capabilities.

Mr. Vu comes to New York Life from Northwestern Mutual, where he served as the chief data officer since early 2020. Prior to that, he held the position of vice president of data and analytics at WeWork. Mr. Vu also spent 13 years at Major League Baseball (MLB), leading the analytics organization as the vice president of data and analytics. 

Mr. Vu holds a B.S. in Information Systems and Commerce from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce and currently serves on the advisory board for McIntire’s Business Analytics program.

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