Senior Vice President and Chief Product Development Officer, Small Business Group
Since joining Intuit in May 2016, Marianna has led a team of more than 1500 engineers who are responsible for building our global small business and self-employed products.
Marianna’s accomplished career includes engineering leadership roles at Ariba, General Magic, VMWare and Docker.She was the executive vice president of Strategic Development at Docker, developing strategic partnerships and scaling Docker's technology ecosystem. Prior to that, Marianna built and led the engineering organization at Docker, expanding its open source platform and developing their commercial product offering. Before joining Docker, she was vice president of engineering at VMware, where she led an engineering team developing various VMware vSphere subsystems. At VMware, she was also responsible for developing its rich technology ecosystem. Prior to VMware,Marianna was a vice president of engineering for Ariba (now part of SAP).
Marianna earned a B.S. in computer science from Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, and has coursework toward an M.S. in computer science and brain research from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. Marianna has beennamed multiple times inThe Most Powerful Women Engineers in Techby Business Insider.
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