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Amy Hood is the executive vice president and chief financial officer at Microsoft and is responsible for leading the company’s worldwide finance organization, including business operations, acquisitions, treasury, tax planning, global real estate, accounting and reporting, internal audit and investor relations.
Hood joined Microsoft in 2002, and through her tenure with the company has advanced global momentum in cloud and helped digitally transform the company. She is deeply involved in the company’s operations, as well as the strategy development and overall execution of the company’s successful acquisitions of LinkedIn, GitHub and Nuance Communications.
For the past nine years as EVP and CFO, she has been a strategic partner to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, propelling long-term financial growth, championing culture and driving corporate initiatives, including Microsoft’s climate, affordable housing and racial equity commitments, that have bolstered the company’s broader ecosystem. She has also served on the board of directors of 3M since 2017.
Hood earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Duke University and a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University.