Updated: Feb. 14, 2012
Terry Myerson is corporate vice president of the Windows Phone Division, overseeing the strategy, development, marketing and sales of Microsoft software and services for Windows Phones worldwide.
Previously, Myerson led the team responsible for delivering the software at the heart of Windows Phone 7.0 and Windows Phone 7.5 handsets, including the user interface, applications, supporting Web services, and the operating system.
Myerson joined Microsoft in 1997, after the company he founded, Intersé Corporation, was acquired by Microsoft. Prior to leading the Windows Phone team, he led the Exchange team for eight years, during which time it became the world's most popular business communications system.
Myerson received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Duke University. He resides in Washington state with his wife and family.