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Michelle Clatterbuck, Intuit

Michelle Clatterbuck, Intuit Executive Vice President & CFO
Source: Intuit

Michelle Clatterbuck 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.

Clatterbuck has been with Intuit since 2003 and has held various senior financial management positions across the business. Previously, she 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, Clatterbuck held various financial management roles at General Electric. Before that, she was a financial litigation consultant at The Barrington Consulting Group. Clatterbuck holds a bachelor's degree in commerce with a concentration in finance from the University of Virginia.