Julie Larson-Green is known for her mantra “people first, technology second”. It is the foundation in her role at Qualtrics as the Chief Experience Officer (CXO) and her position as Chief Experience Officer over many application experiences in 25 years at Microsoft. At Microsoft she built product teams that now touch more than a billion people every day! Her passion of building technology, that gets out of the way so you can focus on what matters most, is very obvious in her builds including Microsoft Office, Windows, Internet Explorer, Xbox, and Surface. She believes that as a leader it is important to create a culture where the best ideas can come from anyone and anywhere. She does this by always having an open door and embracing everyone’s individual perspective, personality, style and abilities. This has earned her a reputation as an even-handed, experienced executive who is widely respected and trusted. She is excited to bring these experiences from her career to a company like Qualtrics. Here, she is uniting universal listening with meaningful action across the company and then in turn having a greater impact with Qualtrics, an Experience Management platform, uniting experiences across employees, product, brand, and customers, in over 8500 companies around the world! Outside of Qualtrics, Julie advises multiple startup companies and is on the board of Goleadoras, a non-profit that seeks to battle gender disparity by empowering young women in personal and intuitive ways. Julie was recently named as a top most powerful female engineer in 2018 by Business Insider and lives in Seattle Washington with her family. Connect with her on LinkedIn or Twitter to find out more about her impact on global experiences.