Kurt DelBene is Microsoft’s chief digital officer and executive vice president of Corporate Strategy, Core Services Engineering and Operations, leading the company’s cross-engineering and cross-business strategy, execution and planning initiatives.
DelBene, previously with Microsoft as president of the Office
Division, rejoined Microsoft in April 2015 after helping President Obama fix Healthcare.gov, the enrollment website for the Affordable Care Act, and after being a venture partner with Madrona Venture Group.
Prior to joining Microsoft, DelBene was a management consultant with McKinsey and Company, focusing on business strategy for technology companies. He has also worked as a software developer and systems engineer for AT&T Bell Laboratories, working in graphics and imaging software and network switching systems.
DelBene holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago, a Master of Science degree from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering from the University of Arizona.