Jamie is a pillar in Utah’s Silicon Slopes tech scene and has contributed to the success of several of Utah’s most interesting and innovative software brands. Jamie began her career in software engineering, working up the development ranks before arriving in product management. In her current role at Qualtrics, Jamie combines her years of product management and engineering experience to help open new markets to the world’s leading experience management platform by providing product vision and leadership to the creation of new text and data analytics products. In addition to her official engineering leadership role at Qualtrics, Jamie co-founded the Qualtrics Women Leadership Development group. Jamie holds a degree in Computer Science from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and an MBA from BYU. Jamie is married, mom to four kids, and loves to ski and cycle in her spare time. She is also an advocate for orphans worldwide and serves as the board chair for Creating a Family, the nation’s most trusted adoption education nonprofit. Jamie was honored as a 2014 Woman to Watch and 2017 Forty Under 40 recipient by Utah Business Magazine and is a proud organizing member of the NCWIT Northern Utah Aspirations in Computing Award and a Finalist in the 2017 Women Tech Council Women Tech Awards.
Articles written by Jamie Morningstar
Why You Should Use Text Analytics in Customer Experience
Text feedback is the closest we ever get to a 1:1 conversation with every customer, every citizen, and every employee. In free text, our customers get to tell us what they really care about and why, u...
4 min read
New Research: The ROI of Customer Experience
The XM Institute recently published a new report, The ROI of Customer Experience, 2019. It examines ...
By Bruce Temkin
Product updates: XM is now more streamlined, intelligent, and mobile
Picture a future where you’re able to move beyond legacy data measurement to an experience-centere...
By Julie Larson-Green
The future of EX: 20 predictions for 2020
Our team of EX Scientists have donned their soothsayer hats to see what’s coming around the corner...
By Catherine Thurtle