Caroline Donahue is a board member, trustee, and volunteer for organizations that educate and empower people and businesses, and help them thrive. She retired in 2016 after over 30 years in high tech with companies such as Apple Inc., NeXT Computer, and finally 21 years at Intuit. Her final role at Intuit was Chief Marketing and Sales officer, where she ran a large global organization focused on powering prosperity throughout the world with Intuit products and services.
She serves on several boards, including Experian PLC, a Global data and information services company based in London; Go Daddy, an online company powering small businesses; Emerge America, a political non-profit that recruits and trains women to run for office; and the Computer History Museum, the premier institution focused on the past and present of the high tech industry. In addition, she is on the Executive Committee of Northwestern C100, a women’s professional networking and mentoring group, and is a mentor for She-Can, a non profit which helps women from Rwanda and Cambodia succeed in US colleges and beyond.
Caroline has a B.A. in English from Northwestern University and resides in the Bay Area and New York City.