|Born||1971/1972 (age 47–48)|
|Residence||Seattle, Washington. U.S.|
|Alma mater||Duke University (1994)|
Harvard University (MBA)
|Occupation||CFO of Microsoft|
Hood joined Microsoft in 2002 holding positions in the investor relations group. She also served as chief of staff in the Server and Tools Business as well as running the strategy and business development team in the Business division. Previously, she worked at Goldman Sachs in various roles including investment banking and capital markets groups. On May 8, 2013, Microsoft announced Hood would be replacing Peter Klein as the company's chief financial officer.
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Amy E. Hood, 41 - Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
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