Intuit’s Asian & Pacific Islander Employee Network
The Bamboo Ladder: Speaker Series
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer Information Technology Intuit Inc.
Thursday, September 10th 2009
3:30pm-5:00 pm PDT
2550 Garcia Avenue (Building 5), Mountain View CA
Shasta Conference Room
3:30-4:00 pm- onsite registration
4:00-5:00 pm- presentation featuring Ginny Lee
5:00-6:00 pm- networking and hors d’oeurves
Ginny Lee is Intuit’s senior vice president and chief information officer. Appointed to the position in February 2008, she is responsible for further developing Intuit’s technology and business infrastructure to support the company’s growth strategy and provide customers with great experiences.
Working at Intuit since November 1996, Lee has held a variety of general manager and business operations leadership roles. Before being named CIO, she was vice president and general manager of Intuit’s Payroll business unit, where she was responsible for the company’s line of payroll products and services. Previously, she was vice president of Intuit’s order-to-cash organization and customer service, and vice president of corporate business operations and enterprise systems, overseeing Intuit’s companywide infrastructure. Lee has also served as business line leader for QuickBooks Internet Gateway Services and director of operations and product management for the Financial Supplies Group.
Before joining Intuit, she spent several years as a management consultant at CSC Index, focusing on strategic implementation and business process re-engineering. Lee was also a marketing manager at Pepsi-Cola International.
Lee holds bachelor’s degrees in both business economics and organizational behavior and management from Brown University, and a master’s degree in business administration from Stanford University.
Ginny Lee was recently awarded the 2009 CA Leadership Award for Innovation in Lean IT by CA the world’s leading independent IT management software company, and Computerworld Honors. For the past 21 years,
Computerworld Honors has nominated and chosen individuals around the world “whose visionary application of information technology promotes positive social and economic progress.” Past winners of the award include Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Computers, and Larry Ellison, CEO and founder of Oracle.