Kathleen Hogan

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Microsoft
Executive Vice President of Human Resources

As Chief People Officer and Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Microsoft, Kathleen Hogan empowers more than 175,000 global employees to achieve Microsoft’s mission. In her role, she focuses on making Microsoft an exceptional place for employees to work, and ensures that the company is creating a culture that attracts and inspires the world’s most passionate talent.

Hogan previously served as Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Services, a team dedicated to helping businesses and consumers maximize the value of their investment in Microsoft technologies. Prior to joining Microsoft in 2003, Hogan was a partner at McKinsey & Co. and a development manager at Oracle Corp.

Hogan earned her bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics and economics, magna cum laude, from Harvard University. In addition, she holds an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She sits on the Board of Directors of Alaska Air Group and the National Center for Women & Information Technology.

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