The Farmer School of Business and College of Arts & Science Presents: Nichole Mustard, ’95 Zoology; Chief Revenue Officer & Co-Founder at Credit Karma

Taking Leaps: a "fireside chat" discussing women in entrepreneurship and financial technology w/ Beth Troy, Instructor of Entrepreneurship

Students, faculty, alumni and friends are invited to join us virtually for The Farmer School of Business’s Fall 2020 Executive Speaker Series brought to you in partnership with the Miami University Alumni Association!

Nichole Mustard, ’95 Zoology

Nichole Mustard is the Chief Revenue Officer and Co-Founder of Credit Karma. Her role was recently expanded to include international expansion, including Credit Karma’s recent launch in the U.K. As Chief Revenue Officer, Nichole has been the architect of the company’s win-win-win business model. She is responsible for finding the right mix of financial partners and optimizing data science and business intelligence capabilities to ensure partners and members get the most value from Credit Karma. Though she is a co-founder of the business, Nichole identifies first and foremost as a builder. She sees it as her role to incubate emerging business units and develop team members to own and lead. Part of her role as a builder involves making sure the environment at Credit Karma is diverse and, just as importantly, inclusive.

When she’s not growing the business internationally, Nichole can be found at home in Northern California with her wife and four kids.

The Farmer School of Business’s Executive Speaker Series

This fall, we welcome four “A List” business leaders from around the world, starting with the CEO of Foot Locker EMEA (Amsterdam) to discuss Cross-Cultural Brand Management and Social Justice; followed by the Google’s Head of Cyber Security & Global Policy for Google Play and Android (San Francisco), talking about Cyber-Security, and Race and Equality in Technology; Credit Karma’s Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer (San Francisco), discussing Financial Technology and Women in Entrepreneurship; then, from Singapore, the CEO of Deloitte, Asia Pacific talking about the importance of having a global mindset.

This event is free but registration is required.

Questions about the Series? Contact Megan Langhals at