Sherry Whiteley is Intuit’s executive vice president and chief people officer, leading the team responsible for attracting, developing and rewarding the world’s top talent. She also leads Intuit’s diversity and inclusion program, and its community giving efforts.
Since joining Intuit in 2000, Whiteley and her team have successfully worked to create programs and offerings that further Intuit’s high commitment, high-performance culture. In doing so, Intuit has been recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of the “Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For” each year since 2002. With a passion for employee-driven philanthropy, Whiteley is also co-president of the Intuit Foundation board of directors.
Whiteley joined Intuit after a nine-year career at Silicon Graphics. While at SGI, she held several senior human resources positions, including executive recruiting, employee communications, executive coaching and development, leadership development and technical education.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Santa Clara University and is a graduate of the Executive General Management and the Human Resource Executive programs at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.