Move, Inc. announced the election of technology leader and innovator Cheryl Ainoa to its board of directors. Ainoa is senior vice president of platform development for business and financial management software provider Intuit, Inc. of Mountain View, California.
"Cheryl's focus on maximizing the agility of product development teams when creating platforms and core services, and her other impressive leadership qualities will bring an important dimension to Move's leadership," said Joe F. Hanauer, Move's chairman of the board.
Before joining Intuit in 2011, Ainoa spent eight years at Internet portal provider Yahoo!, where she served as a senior vice president for global service engineering. She led teams that managed the worldwide production of Yahoo!'s applications and teams that developed and managed the media products.
Before Yahoo!, Ainoa spent 15 years in technology leadership positions for several companies including Broderbund Software, Genealogy.com, Healtheon/WebMD, Informix Software, and Impac Medical Systems.
Ainoa earned a master's degree in business administration from Santa Clara University in 2000, and a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Washington State University.
Other Move directors are: Steven H. Berkowitz, Move's chief executive officer; Kenneth K. Klein, president and chief executive officer of Kleinco Construction Services, Inc.; V. Paul Unruh, former vice chairman of Bechtel Group, Inc.; Catherine B. Whatley, president and owner of Buck & Buck, Inc. and National Association of REALTORS' ® representative; Bruce G. Willison, former dean of The Anderson School of Management at the University of California – Los Angeles; and Jennifer Dulski, president and chief operating officer of Change.org.
SOURCE Move, Inc.