Kriss Deiglmeier is Splunk’s Chief of Social Impact and Splunk for Good. She has deep expertise in social innovation and a record of bringing business, government and communities together to support social impact solutions. As Splunk’s first Chief of Social Impact, Kriss is focused on leveraging Splunk’s unique position as the Data-to-Everything(™) company to drive social and environmental benefit. Kriss came to Splunk from the Tides Network, where she was CEO of the global foundation. Earlier in her career she was the founding Executive Director of the globally recognized Stanford Graduate School of Business Center for Social Innovation. She is recognized as a social innovator, is a frequent speaker at global events, and was recently listed among the “50 Most Influential Women in U.S. Philanthropy” by Philanthropy Insider. Kriss has also served on a number of boards, and advisory groups. She received her BA from the University of Washington, and her MBA from UC Berkeley. Kriss is a world traveler and has lived internationally with her husband and children.
Advocate, educate and evangelize using all Splunk’s assets to accelerate finding solutions to social and environmental challenges.
Early July 2020 on Zoom, and still on Zoom!
“No one is as smart as everyone.”
Family and friends are core to my being. Being adventurous and going to remote places to experience different people and cultures.