Chief Executive Officer
Patrick (Pat) Gelsinger is chief executive officer of Intel Corporation and serves on its board of directors. On Feb. 15, 2021, Gelsinger returned to Intel, the company where he had spent the first 30 years of his career. Before rejoining Intel, Gelsinger was CEO of VMware. In that role, he transformed VMware into a recognized global leader in cloud infrastructure, enterprise mobility and cyber security. Gelsinger was also ranked the best CEO in America in 2019, according to an annual survey by Glassdoor. Prior to joining VMware in 2012, Gelsinger was president and chief operating officer of EMC’s Information Infrastructure Products business.
Gelsinger began his career in 1979 at Intel, becoming its first chief technology officer, and also serving as senior vice president and the general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group. He managed the creation of key industry technologies such as USB and Wi-Fi. He was the architect of the original 80486 processor, led 14 microprocessor programs and played key roles in the Intel® Core™ and Intel® Xeon® processor families, leading to Intel becoming the preeminent microprocessor supplier.
George S. Davis
Chief Financial Officer
George S. Davis is executive vice president and the chief financial officer at Intel Corporation. He leads Intel’s global finance organization, including finance, accounting and reporting, tax, treasury, internal audit, and investor relations. He also oversees Intel’s information technology (IT) organization. Davis joined Intel in 2019 from Qualcomm Inc., where he was chief financial officer and executive vice president. Earlier in his career, he held several leadership positions, including chief financial officer and executive vice president at Applied Materials Inc. and vice president of finance at Atlantic Richfield Co. Inc.
Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer
Christy Pambianchi is executive vice president and chief people officer (CPO) at Intel Corporation. As CPO, she is responsible for driving Intel’s people strategy and fostering a vibrant culture focused on bold innovation, flawless execution, and continuous development and learning. Prior to joining Intel, she was executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Verizon, executive vice president of People & Digital at Corning Inc., and a director of human resources at PepsiCo Inc. Pambianchi serves on the boards of the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies at Cornell University for the School of Industrial and Labor Relations, the HR Policy Association, the Health Transformation Alliance, the National Academy of Human Resources Foundation, the Lumina Foundation, and the Center for Executive Succession at the University of South Carolina, Darla School of Management.
Gregory M. Bryant
Executive Vice President; General Manager, Client Computing Group
Gregory M. Bryant is executive vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group at Intel Corporation. He leads the Intel organization dedicated to client computing solutions, a business that spans notebooks, desktops, tablets, 2 in 1 devices and home gateways. Bryant’s responsibilities include profit and loss, business strategy, and product development for the full portfolio of Intel technologies, processors, chipsets and connectivity solutions designed to enable exceptional personal computing experiences. He joined Intel in 1992. Bryant serves on the board of directors at Cloudian, a company specializing in cloud storage software and services for enterprises and service providers.
Robert B. Crooke
Senior Vice President; General Manager, Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group
Robert (Rob) B. Crooke is senior vice president and general manager of the Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) Solutions Group at Intel Corporation. He leads a worldwide organization responsible for NVM technology design and development, complete solid-state drive (SSD) system hardware and firmware development, and wafer and SSD manufacturing, as well as marketing for Intel’s component, module and SSD NVM businesses. Crooke joined Intel in 1989 as a field applications engineer in the company’s sales force. Before coming to Intel, he held design engineering positions at Alliant Computer Systems and Custom Silicon.
Senior Vice President; General Manager, Manufacturing and Operations
Keyvan Esfarjani is senior vice president and general manager of Manufacturing and Operations at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for the company’s worldwide manufacturing operations, including Fab Sort Manufacturing, Assembly Test Manufacturing and strategic planning, as well as corporate quality assurance and corporate services. Esfarjani’s tenure with Intel began in 1996 as an industrial engineer, after working in the automotive industry for four years.
Dr. Ann B. Kelleher
Senior Vice President; General Manager, Technology Development
Dr. Ann B. Kelleher is senior vice president and general manager of Technology Development at Intel Corporation. She is responsible for the research, development and deployment of next-generation silicon logic, packaging and test technologies that power the future of Intel’s innovation. Kelleher joined Intel in 1996 as a process engineer, going on to manage technology transfers and factory ramp-ups in a variety of positions spanning 200mm and 300mm technologies.
Michelle Johnston Holthaus
Executive Vice President, General Manager, Sales, Marketing, and Communications Group
Michelle Johnston Holthaus is executive vice president and general manager of the Sales, Marketing and Communications Group at Intel Corporation. She is responsible for global sales and revenue at Intel and leads the company’s efforts to foster innovative sales and marketing approaches that broaden Intel’s business opportunities and enhance customer relationships worldwide. A proven leader in sales and product marketing, Holthaus has held a variety of management roles since joining Intel in 1996.
Senior Vice President; Chief Architect; General Manager, Architecture, Graphics, and Software
Raja M. Koduri is senior vice president and general manager of the Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics (AXG) Group at Intel Corporation. He leads a business unit chartered with delivering high performance computing and graphics solutions for integrated and discrete segments across client, enterprise and data center. Before joining Intel in 2017, he was senior vice president and chief architect of the Radeon Technologies Group at Advanced Micro Devices Inc. From 2009 to 2013, Koduri served as director of graphics architecture at Apple Inc. Earlier in his career, Koduri held various graphics leadership roles at AMD and ATI Technologies Inc.
Chief Technology Officer; Senior Vice President, General Manager, Software and Advanced Technology Group
Greg Lavender is senior vice president, chief technology officer (CTO) and general manager of the Software and Advanced Technology Group (SATG) at Intel Corporation. As CTO, he is responsible for driving Intel’s future technical innovation and research programs. He is also responsible for defining a singular artificial intelligence software stack to support Intel’s range of business and hardware offerings. Lavender joined Intel in June 2021 from VMware, where he served as senior vice president and CTO. Before VMware, Lavender held roles at Citigroup, Cisco, and Sun Microsystems.
Senior Vice President; General Manager, Network and Edge Group
Nick McKeown is senior vice president and general manager of the Network and Edge Group (NEX) at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for driving technology and product leadership throughout the network to the intelligent edge. Before his role leading the Network and Edge Group, Nick was a part-time Intel Senior Fellow, having joined Intel in 2019 with the acquisition of Barefoot Networks, which he co-founded in 2013.
Sandra L. Rivera
Executive Vice President; General Manager, Datacenter and AI
Sandra L. Rivera is executive vice president and general manager of the Datacenter and AI Group at Intel Corporation. She leads Intel’s development of leadership data center products for a cloud-based world, including Intel® Xeon® and field programmable gate array (FPGA) products. She also drives the company’s overall artificial intelligence (AI) strategy and product roadmap. Before joining Intel, Rivera co-founded and served as president of The CTI Authority, and served as president of the computer telephony division at Catalyst Telecom. She sits on the Equinix board of directors.
Steven R. Rodgers
Executive Vice President; General Counsel
Steven R. Rodgers is executive vice president and general counsel of Intel Corporation. Intel’s legal, government and trade groups report to Rodgers. He also serves on Intel’s senior executive team and reports to the chief executive officer. Before joining Intel, Rodgers was a litigation partner at Brown & Bain, P.A. After completing law school, he served as law clerk to Chief Judge David K. Winder of the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah. Mr. Rodgers is a member of the American Law Institute and joined Intel in 2000.
Prof. Amnon Shashua
Senior Vice President; President and CEO of Mobileye, an Intel Company
Professor Amnon Shashua is senior vice president at Intel Corporation and president and chief executive officer of Mobileye, an Intel company. He leads Intel’s global organization focused on advanced driving assist systems (ADAS), highly autonomous and fully autonomous driving solutions and programs. Shashua joined Intel in 2017 with Intel’s acquisition of Mobileye N.V., where he served as co-founder, CTO and chairman.
Senior Vice President; General Manager, Design Engineering Group
Sunil Shenoy is senior vice president and general manager of the Design Engineering Group at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for design, development, validation and manufacturing of intellectual properties and system-on-chips for client and data center applications. Shenoy returned to Intel in February 2021, after three years as a senior vice president and general manager of RISC-V at SiFive, a company working to commercialize the RISC-V open architecture where he helped build the engineering team. Prior to 2014, Shenoy had a 33-year career with Intel. During that time, he was corporate vice president in charge of Intel’s Platform Engineering Group, responsible for microprocessor and SoC design across Intel’s product groups. Among other responsibilities, he also led Intel’s Visual and Parallel Computing Group and server and PC silicon development engineering and research and development. He holds 16 patents in computer and microprocessor technology.
Dr. Randhir Thakur
Senior Vice President; President of Intel Foundry Services; Chief Supply Chain Officer
Dr. Randhir Thakur is senior vice president and the president of Intel Foundry Services, reporting to Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger. Under Thakur’s leadership, Intel Foundry Services is leading the development and growth of Intel’s new foundry business, a significant element of Intel’s IDM 2.0 strategy. A veteran of the semiconductor industry, Thakur joined Intel in 2017. Previously, he served as executive vice president of the silicon systems group at Applied Materials Inc., leading the company’s semiconductor business. Prior to that role at Applied Materials, he led the company’s flat-panel display and solar business. Before rejoining Applied Materials in 2008, Thakur served as executive vice president at SanDisk Corp., where he was responsible for NAND design technology and fabrication operations, and where he also led worldwide operations and supply chain. He initially joined Applied Materials in 2000 and spent his first five years in leadership roles in the semiconductor product groups. He has served in many business and technical leadership roles across the semiconductor industry, including roles at Steag Electronic Systems and Micron Technology Inc.
Senior Vice President; Chief Strategy Officer
Safroadu (Saf) Yeboah-Amankwah is senior vice president and chief strategy officer (CSO) at Intel Corporation. Yeboah-Amankwah leads Intel’s Global Strategy Office, including Intel Capital, and works with the executive team on developing and driving growth-oriented strategies. Yeboah-Amankwah joined Intel in 2020 from McKinsey & Company, where he was a senior partner and global head of the Transformation Practice for the Telecom, Media and Technology (TMT) practice.