Mr. McKay is the vice president of government affairs. In this role, Mr. McKay is Intuit’s senior executive responsible for government affairs, industry relations and global public policy, and corporate philanthropy. Mr. McKay is also responsible for Intuit’s government programs activities, including government market sector projects and contracts for the tax products division.
Mr. McKay joined Intuit in January 1998. Prior to that time, Mr. McKay served in a variety of business-government relations capacities in both the private and public sectors, including prior responsibilities for government and industry affairs, global government market business development, public sector contracting, media and public relations, philanthropic programs, and Presidential primary campaign management. A former Vice President for AT&T, Mr. McKay also served as deputy of Hewlett-Packard’s Washington government office, and Presidential-appointed positions in government.
Mr. McKay holds a BA in Political Science from Providence College and a Masters in Business and Public Administration from Southeastern University. Mr. McKay also studied business and government at the University College of North Wales (UK), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, CEDEP at INSEAD in France, and the Indiana University School of Business.
Mr. McKay is a board member of Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA), the Council for electronic Revenue Communication Advancement (CERCA), and the Conference of World Regions (CWR).