Dotty HayesIntuit (retired)
Dotty Hayes chairs on the boards of First Tech Federal Credit Union, and serves on the board of the Computer History Museum, Silicon Valley FACES, American Leadership Forum – Silicon Valley, and the Center for Excellence in Nonprofits and was previously on the boards of The Vantagepoint Funds, Range Fuels, Addison Avenue Federal Credit Union and the Woodside Priory School.
Dotty worked for over 30 years in a variety of executive finance roles in the technology industry, supporting global hardware, software and service providers of computers, scientific instruments, data storage devices, semiconductors and financial services.
She retired from Intuit where she held the positions of Chief Audit Executive from 2005 - 2008, and Vice President, Corporate Controller from 2003 - 2005. She was Vice President, Corporate Controller at Agilent Technologies from its spin-off from Hewlett-Packard and IPO in 1999 until 2003, where she managed a global staff of 500. From 1989 - 1999 she held several roles at Hewlett-Packard, including General Manager of the program office that managed the spin-off of Agilent, Chief Audit Executive, Sector Financial Executive for the $5 billion Measurement Systems Organization, and Assistant Corporate Controller. She joined Hewlett-Packard as part of the Apollo Computer acquisition where she was Vice President, Corporate Controller. She joined Apollo before its first revenue shipment and was part of the team that grew the company to Fortune 500 status prior to the acquisition by Hewlett-Packard.
Dotty holds an MS in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and an MS in Finance from Bentley University. She is a member of Women Corporate Directors (WCD), the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), Financial Executives International (FEI), the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), and is a Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum – Silicon Valley. She is a recipient of the YWCA TWIN award and was named to AGENDA Magazine’s Diversity 100 – Top Diverse Board Candidates You’ve Never Heard Of.