The geek mystique: 10 leading women in tech

These leaders didn't just rely on business acumen to climb the corporate ranks -- they also have serious tech chops

By Ted Samson, InfoWorld |  IT Management, slideshow, women in IT

Nora Denzel

Nora Denzel started at IBM as a software engineer for the company's family of storage management software products. She moved to marketing before going into engineering management, where she lead an array for storage-software-related projects. She later joined Legato Systems as senior VP of production operations, joined HP as the head of the company's storage division, then became senior VP heading the consulting and the software divisions. In 2008, she joined Intuit as a senior VP and GM of the QuickBooks Payroll business unit; from there, she became the company's senior VP of marketing, big data, and Intuit's Social Initiative.

Denzel holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the State University of New York and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

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