Brad joined Intuit in 2003 and held a series of executive positions during a five-year rise through the company where he successfully led several of its major businesses. He was named Intuit’s president and chief executive officer in January 2008, and became chairman of the board of directors in January 2016.
Brad earned his master's degree in management from Aquinas College in Michigan and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Marshall University in West Virginia. He has also been awarded a number of honorary degrees among other honors.
Brad Smith is chairman and chief executive officer of Intuit. Under Brad’s leadership, Intuit has transformed from a North American desktop software company to a global, cloud-based product and platform company. Intuit powers prosperity for 46 million customers around the world – improving the financial lives of consumers, self-employed, and small businesses.
During his tenure as CEO, Intuit has continued to grow and thrive, while consistently being recognized as one of the world’s best places to work. Intuit has placed on the Fortune Best Companies to Work For list each year, ranking #13 in the United States in 2017, as well as being ranked the #1 best place to work in India, Singapore, and Canada in 2017.
Brad has also championed issues facing consumers and small businesses. He helped lead the coming together of government and the private sector to combat identity-theft tax fraud. Brad has also served on the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans (2014-2015) and testified before Congress on increasing financial literacy.
Brad is ranked among the top CEOs in the United States by Fortune, coming in at #6 on their list of top CEOs
Scott Cook co-founded Intuit in 1983 and serves as the chairman of the Executive Committee. Along with his executive responsibilities, Scott continues to work with small teams across the company, helping develop deep customer empathy and innovative solutions that solve customer problems and help them prosper.
Before founding Intuit, Scott managed consulting assignments in banking, foodservice, and technology for Bain & Company, a corporate strategy consulting firm. Prior to that, he spent four years with household products giant Procter & Gamble.
Scott is a member of the board of directors of Procter & Gamble; sits on the advisory board of the Center for Brand and Product Management at the University of Wisconsin; and is president of the Intuit Scholarship Foundation.
He holds an MBA from Harvard University and a bachelor's degree in economics and mathematics from the University of Southern California.
Before coming to Intuit, Sasan worked for Invensys, a global provider of industrial automation, transportation and controls technology, serving as global president of the products group. He also held a number of senior leadership roles in the automation control division at Honeywell and served as the chief executive officer and co-founder of a technology startup, Lazer Cables Inc.
Sasan earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering at the University of Central Florida and a master's in business administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Sasan is executive vice president and general manager of Intuit's Small Business Group. Appointed to this role in May 2016, he leads an organization that offers a suite of products and services under the QuickBooks brand in pursuit of the company's goal to fuel the success of small business owners and accountants.
Sasan has held multiple general management positions during two separate stints at Intuit. From 2004-2010, he was senior vice president and general manager for the company’s ProTax division and Intuit Financial Services. From 2011 to 2013, he served as the company's chief information officer, successfully leading Intuit's transition to the cloud. From 2013 to 2016, he served as the general manager and executive vice president of Turbo Tax. He has also led several acquired software companies in addition to Intuit's operations in Canada and the United Kingdom.
Before joining Intuit in 2003, Dan held various leadership positions at Charles Schwab, Bank One Corp., First Chicago, and First Chicago Capital Markets.
He earned his master’s degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh and a bachelor’s degree in finance from Miami University of Ohio.
Appointed to this role in May 2016, Dan leads the Consumer Group on its mission of delivering financial freedom to consumers. The Consumer Group’s suite of products and services, including TurboTax, Mint, and Turbo, helps give people more control over their money, which means more control over their lives.
Previously, Dan led Intuit’s Small Business Group, focusing on expanding the availability of the QuickBooks ecosystem of products, including QuickBooks, Payroll, Payments, and the Intuit Partner platform, from the desktop to the cloud as part of the company’s strategy to make QuickBooks the global platform for small business.
Before joining Intuit in 2002, CeCe was responsible for sales of all products and professional services at WebTone Technologies. She also served as senior vice president for retail lending with Fortis, and spent 15 years in a variety of positions with John H. Hartland Co.
CeCe is a graduate of North Dakota State University, where she majored in economics and business administration, and she attended the University of Chicago Booth’s executive development program.
CeCe is responsible for identifying and integrating strategic partners into Intuit’s global platform in order to deliver the benefits that matter the most in our customers’ lives.
Previously, she led the ProConnect Group, Intuit’s accountant division, as well as Intuit Financial Services, the business unit that provided digital banking solutions for banks and credit unions.
Al Ko serves as Intuit’s Senior Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer. Appointed to this role in 2017, Al drives Intuit’s operating rhythm and oversees the cross-company transformational change initiatives that allow Intuit to re-imagine and re-invent itself in order to best serve our customers.
Al joined Intuit in 2006 and has held numerous leadership positions, most recently as the General Manager of Mint. Previously, he led product management for Intuit’s Small Business Group, where he was responsible for the global expansion of QuickBooks, Payments, and Payroll.
Before joining Intuit, Al was a management consultant at both the Boston Consulting Group and McKinsey where he advised technology and industrial clients on strategy, organizational effectiveness, and supply chain management. Al holds a B.A. in History and International Studies from Yale University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.
Mark is a seasoned veteran with 20 years’ experience in the technology industry. Before joining Intuit, he held leadership positions at NCR Corp, Dell, and Hewlett-Packard. Mark earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from Michigan State University.
Mark Notarainni is responsible for ensuring the success of customers across all their interactions with the Intuit ecosystem. Previously, he spent over eight years as vice president of Customer Care and Services for Intuit’s Consumer Tax Group, transforming customer care through a world-class team providing the highest quality service to millions of taxpayers every year. Mark joined Intuit in 2009 as a director of contact centers.
Your Intuit experience starts with our development practices. That’s Diego’s responsibility. He makes sure that we design and deliver our products so they’re easy to use and give you the features you need.
Diego’s passion for attracting, retaining, developing, motivating, and inspiring talent makes him a great fit for this role. He’s a visiting scientist at the MIT Media Lab and a professor of the Practice Program at Boise State University. He’s a founding faculty member of the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. Before that, he was an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Harvard Business School. In his spare time, Diego volunteers as a youth soccer referee.
Diego is a well-respected product and design leader. His track record of innovation and consumer understanding spans brand, digital, and mobile design. He also has product design and user interface experience.
Diego’s original position at Intuit was brand manager, helping launch QuickBooks Online. We welcomed him back to the fold in 2017. He had been leading IDEO’s process for identifying, incubating, and growing its own new ventures. He also served as managing director of IDEO Bay Area. That experience was invaluable. He’s now a master in creating a vibrant culture of innovation.
Diego holds an MBA from Harvard Business School. He also has bachelors degrees in engineering and humanities from Stanford.
Michelle leads Intuit’s global financial team as it supports the company’s mission of powering prosperity around the world. She manages the financial strategy and operations across the company, including Treasury, Procurement, Investor Relations and Finance Operations.
Michelle has been with Intuit since 2003 and has held various senior financial management positions across the business. She previously was Senior Vice President for Intuit’s Consumer Tax Group and Small Business Group, and Vice President of Finance for the Accounting Professionals Division and Intuit Healthcare.
Prior to Intuit, Michelle held various financial management roles at General Electric. Before that, she was a financial litigation consultant at The Barrington Consulting Group.
Michelle holds a bachelor’s degree in commerce with a concentration in Finance from the University of Virginia.
Tayloe oversees all of Intuit’s product engineering, data science, and information technology teams worldwide. He leads Intuit’s efforts to harness sophisticated techonology that help power prosperity for our customers around the world.
Tayloe has more than 30 years’ experience as a technology and business leader. Before joining Intuit in 2009, he served as chief information officer of VMware. He has also served as executive vice president of Ariba, held executive engineering and general management roles at Calico Commerce and Xerox, and led developer tools engineering groups at Borland International and Sun Microsystems. He did research in computational linguistics at Xerox PARC.
Tayloe is on the board of directors for Coupa Software and Shutterfly, and has served in this capacity for several nonprofit organizations, including Harvey Mudd College, where he is trustee emeritus. Tayloe earned his bachelor’s degree with honors in applied mathematics from Harvard University. He also completed graduate coursework at Stanford University in computer science, linguistics, and mathematics.
Lucas runs the marketing organization that builds our brand. His work helps the world understand how our products help people just like you prosper in their businesses. Lucas also leads Intuit’s global sales and go-to-market efforts. That work crosses multiple channels. It’s what brings awareness of our solutions to the audiences that need it most—the folks who believe that the path to a better life runs through a small business.
We were fortunate to have Lucas join us in August 2016. He had been working for Google as vice president of global brand solutions and innovations. There, he led the company’s brand advertising business. Prior to that, he was the vice president of sales and marketing for YouTube. His contributions in that role helped YouTube become a commercial success.
Before his high-tech career, Lucas worked for Procter & Gamble. There, he worked in a variety of sales, marketing, and digital business roles across the globe. As marketing director of global digital business strategy, Lucas drove P&G’s digital initiatives for 75 brands across 200 countries.
Lucas holds an MBA from Boston College’s Carroll School of Management. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and math from Hamilton College.
Laura is our multi-talented legal guru. She leads our legal, corporate affairs, information and physical security, privacy and data services teams. Her combination of professional and personal experience aligns perfectly with our culture. She’s a board member of the San Jose Children's Discovery Museum, where she supports learning opportunities for children, families and schools. Those goals are close to our hearts here at Intuit, as we strive to power prosperity for those who need it most.
Laura joined Intuit in 2004. Her prior position was vice president of corporate legal resources and acting general counsel for Sun Microsystems. Before that, she was an associate attorney at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati. Laura has a law degree from Santa Clara University and a bachelor's degree in business administration from California State University, Chico.
Sherry leads the team that’s responsible for attracting the world’s top talent to Intuit, and building a company culture where that talent is empowered to do the best work of their lives. She also leads Intuit’s diversity and inclusion program, and its community giving efforts.
The programs and initiatives created by Sherry and her team help foster a culture that is supportive, embracive, and prizes innovation so that great ideas rise to the top. It’s a key reason Intuit has ranked among the “Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For” every year since 2002, placing No. 13 in the U.S. in 2017. With a passion for employee-driven philanthropy, Sherry is also co-president of the Intuit Foundation board of directors.
Before joining Intuit in 2000, Sherry worked at Silicon Graphics, where she held several senior human resources positions.
She earned a bachelor's degree in history from Santa Clara University, and is a graduate of the Executive General Management and the Human Resource Executive programs at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.
Anton makes sure that our strategy is your strategy. That means we look at what you want to accomplish, and then build the products to help. Anton’s corporate development and integration teams have been working tirelessly on your behalf since he rejoined Intuit in 2016.
Before returning to Intuit, Anton was the head of corporate development at Square. He also served as the financing lead for Square Capital, where he secured investments for Square's small business loan offering.
Anton’s first position at Intuit was vice president of corporate development. It was a great fit, where he built on his experience in venture capital, corporate development, and strategy. From 2011-2014, he redesigned the company’s acquisition playbook, and drove acquisition activity to a total value of over $2 billion.
Anton holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. His bachelor’s degree is in marketing and finance, from Washington University in St. Louis.
Rob defines the public persona that distinguishes our brand. Media relations, executive positioning, analyst relations, customer relations, financial communications, event management and crisis communications. It’s all been up to Rob since 2002.
"Intuit’s goal is to help people—through products and socially responsible programs and values. Reaching out to the world through channels such as social media is an ideal way to share the amazing value that we provide. "
Rob has delivered award-winning communications programs at Intuit. That’s no surprise. His life before Intuit revolved around communications. He was an executive for Ketchum Public Relations and Corporate Technology Communications. He is also an experienced print and broadcast journalist, holding various media relations and employee communications positions.
Rob has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Michigan.