Allison H. Mnookin
Ms. Mnookin is a senior lecturer of business administration in the technology and operations management unit at the Harvard Business School. From April 2016 to November 2016, Ms. Mnookin served as the chief executive officer of QuickBase, Inc. (“QuickBase”), a provider of online application software which was spun-off by Intuit, Inc., a business and financial software company, in 2016. Ms. Mnookin was an employee of Intuit from 1998 to 2016 and held roles of increasing responsibility over time, including vice president and general manager of Intuit’s QuickBase business from July 2010 to March 2016. She also served as a director of Quartz Holding Company, the holding company of QuickBase from November 2016 until its sale in April 2019. Prior to joining Intuit, she held several sales and product marketing positions with Oracle Corporation. Ms.Mnookin received her A.B. with honors from Harvard College and her M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.
Ms. Mnookin’s pertinent qualifications include her 20-year career in the technology industry, including executive leadership of high-growth cloud and business software companies, as well as service as a director of Bill.com, a public company that provides cloud-based software to simplify and automate back-office financial transactions for small- and mid-sized businesses. These experiences, including general management in Intuit’s small business division where she was responsible for leading a portfolio of Intuit’s business products, shaped her understanding of how businesses have transformed their technologies to increase strategic advantage.
Director Since: 2018