Board Committees

Governance at a Glance

The Board assigns responsibilities and delegates authority to its committees, and the committees regularly report on their activities and actions to the full Board. The Board has five standing committees.

Member
Chair
Name Audit & Finance Compensation Corporate Governance & Nominating M&A

Patrick Gelsinger, CEO

James (Jim) J. Goetz

Corporate Governance & Nominating
M&A

Andrea Goldsmith

Alyssa Henry

Compensation
M&A

Omar Ishrak*

Compensation
Corporate Governance & Nominating

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Audit & Finance
Compensation
Corporate Governance & Nominating

Tsu-Jae King Liu

Audit & Finance

Gregory D. Smith

Audit & Finance

Dion Weisler

Compensation
M&A

Frank D. Yeary

Audit & Finance
Corporate Governance & Nominating
M&A

*Also serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors

Patrick Gelsinger

Patrick Gelsinger

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.

James (Jim) J. Goetz

James (Jim) J. Goetz

James J. Goetz, was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in November 2019.  He has served as a partner of Sequoia Capital, a venture capital firm, since June 2004. Prior to joining Sequoia, Mr. Goetz co-founded VitalSigns Software, where he assembled and led the team that pioneered end-user performance management. Prior to VitalSigns, he was vice president of Network Management for Bay Networks. Mr. Goetz currently serves on the boards of several privately held companies, and since April 2005, on the board of Palo Alto Networks Inc., a network security solution company. Mr. Goetz previously served on the boards of directors of Barracuda Networks Inc., a data security and storage company from 2009 to 2017; Nimble Storage Inc., a data storage company, from 2007 to 2017; Jive Software Inc., a provider of social business software, from 2007 to 2015; and Ruckus Wireless Inc., a manufacturer of wireless (Wi-Fi) networking equipment, from 2012 to 2015, among others.

Mr. Goetz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Andrea Goldsmith

Andrea Goldsmith

Dr. Andrea J. Goldsmith was elected to Intel’s board of directors in July 2021 and joined the board in September 2021 as an independent director. Goldsmith serves as dean of engineering and applied science and the Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Princeton University.

Prior to Princeton University, Goldsmith served on the faculty of Stanford University from 1999 to 2020 in various roles, including as the Stephen Harris Professor of Engineering. Starting in 2010, Goldsmith co-founded and served as the chief technology officer at Plume WiFi (formerly Accelera Inc.), a provider of software-defined wireless networking technology. And beginning in 2005, Goldsmith co-founded and served as chief technology officer for Quantenna Communications (formerly mySource Communications Inc.), a producer of silicon chipsets designed for high-speed, wireless networking.

Goldsmith has served since 2019 on the board of directors of Medtronic and since 2018 on the board of Crown Castle International Corp., both public companies.  Goldsmith is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the founding chair of the IEEE board of directors Committee on Diversity, Inclusion and Ethics.

Alyssa Henry

Alyssa Henry

Alyssa Henry was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in January 2020. She has served as Seller Lead for Square, Inc. -- a provider of software, hardware, and financial services for small businesses and individuals -- since 2014. She oversees global engineering, product management, design, sales, marketing, partnerships, and support for Square’s seller facing software and financial services products.

Prior to Square, she served in various positions with Amazon.com, Inc. from 2006 to 2014, including as Vice President of Amazon Web Services Storage Services, where she led services including Amazon S3, Amazon EBS, and Amazon Lambda; and as Amazon’s director of software development for ordering, with responsibility for Amazon’s ordering workflow software and databases. Before Amazon, Ms. Henry spent 12 years at Microsoft Corporation working on databases and data access technologies in a variety of engineering, program management, and product unit management roles.

Ms. Henry started her career as a developer in the financial services industry. She has served as a member of the board of directors of Unity Software Inc., a public company, since December 2018.

Omar Ishrak

Omar Ishrak

Dr. Omar Ishrak was elected to Intel’s board of directors in March 2017 and was named chairman of the board in January 2020.

Dr. Ishrak was Executive Chairman of Medtronic plc, a global medical technology company until his retirement in December 2020. Dr. Ishrak served as Chairman and CEO of Medtronic from June 2011 to April 2020. Prior to joining Medtronic, Dr. Ishrak spent 16 years in various roles with General Electric Co., most recently as president and chief executive officer of GE Healthcare Systems, a division of GE Healthcare.

Dr. Ishrak is a member of the board of trustees of the Asia Society, which promotes mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. He is also a member of the Minnesota Public Radio board of trustees.

Dr. Ishrak earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of London, King’s College.

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2018.  Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation PIK Professor of Population Health and Health Equity at the University of Pennsylvania from 2018-2021. From 2003 to 2017, Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the president and chief executive officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the largest U.S. philanthropy organization dedicated to health.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is a member of the boards of directors of General Electric Company and Merck & Co., and previously served as a director at Genworth Financial Inc., Beckman Coulter Inc., and Hess Corporation. Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is also a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, The American Philosophical Society, and is on the board of regents of the Smithsonian Institution and on the Board of Trustees for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania and received her M.D. from Harvard Medical School.

Tsu-Jae King Liu

Tsu-Jae King Liu

Dr. Tsu-Jae King Liu was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in July 2016. Dr. Liu serves as Dean and Roy W. Carlson Professor of Engineering, in the College of Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Liu is the first woman to hold that position at UC Berkeley.

Dr. Liu holds over 90 patents and has received numerous awards for her research, including the Intel Outstanding Researcher in Nanotechnology Award (2012) and the SIA University Researcher Award (2014). Currently, her research is focused on nanometer-scale logic and memory devices, and advanced materials, process technology and devices for energy-efficient electronics.

Gregory D. Smith

Gregory D. Smith

Gregory D. Smith was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2017.

Mr. Smith was executive vice president of Enterprise Operations and chief financial officer at The Boeing Company, the world’s largest aerospace company and one of the largest U.S. exporters, until his retirement in July 2021.

Mr. Smith led Boeing’s Enterprise Operations, Finance and Strategy organization. In this role, Mr. Smith managed the company’s overall financial activities, and drove operational excellence by overseeing the company’s manufacturing, operations, supply chain, quality, and program management functions. Mr. Smith was also responsible for the delivery of enterprise services across the company and oversaw the company’s strengthened focus on sustainability. In addition, Mr. Smith had executive responsibility for the company’s global financing arm Boeing Capital Corporation and oversaw the company’s corporate audit function, which reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Mr. Smith has three decades of in-depth global aerospace experience across Commercial Airplanes; Defense, Space & Security; and corporate headquarters. He was appointed chief financial officer in 2011 and later served in an expanded role as the executive vice president of Finance, Enterprise Performance and Strategy. He previously was corporate controller and vice president of Finance, serving as the company's principal interface with the board of directors' audit committee to ensure regulatory compliance.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Smith was vice president of Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis, leading business plan development, financial forecasting, financial analysis, and capital commitment planning, as well as competitive analysis and benchmarking. Prior to 2008, Mr. Smith served for four years as vice president of Global Investor Relations at Raytheon, and before Raytheon, he held key leadership roles in supply chain, factory operations, finance, and program management at Boeing.

Mr. Smith serves on the board of directors of Lurie Children’s Hospital and Northwestern Memorial Healthcare.

Dion Weisler

Dion Weisler

Dion Weisler was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in June 2020.

He is a member of the boards at Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. and BHP. From 2015 to 2019, Mr. Weisler served as president and chief executive officer of HP Inc., a computer, printer, and related supplies technology company. Mr. Weisler also served as a member of HP’s board of directors from 2015 to May 2020.

His prior experience includes senior executive roles at HP and Lenovo Group Inc., where he was responsible for various operations in Asia Pacific and globally. Mr. Weisler also served in management positions with Telstra Corp. Ltd., a telecommunications company, and Acer Inc.

He earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computing (BASc) and an honorary Doctorate of Laws degree from Monash University.

Frank D. Yeary

Frank D. Yeary

Frank D. Yeary joined Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2009. Yeary is Managing Member at Darwin Capital Advisors, LLC, a private investment firm and was Executive Chairman of CamberView Partners, LLC, a corporate advisory firm, until 2018. Prior to this time, Mr. Yeary was Vice Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley and before that spent 25 years in the finance industry, including as Global Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and as a member of the Management Committee at Citigroup Investment Banking. Mr. Yeary also serves on the Board of Directors of PayPal Holdings and a number of private companies.

Audit & Finance Committee

  • Assists the Board in its general oversight of our financial reporting, financial risk assessment, internal controls and audit functions.
  • Appoints and retains our independent registered public accounting firm, managing its compensation, and overseeing its work.
  • Reviews and discusses with management Intel’s major financial, product security, and cybersecurity risk exposures and the steps management has taken to monitor and control such exposures.
  • Receives periodic reports from the Global Director of Ethics and Legal Compliance on the operation and effectiveness of Intel’s corporate compliance program.
  • Oversees compliance with Intel’s Code of Conduct.
  • Represents and assists the Board of Directors in its general oversight of the Company’s: worldwide Treasury activities; financing requirements; capital structure and capital allocation strategies, liquidity and capital expenditures, dividends and stock repurchases; insurance programs; defined benefit retirement plans; and tax strategies and compliance.
Member
Chair
Audit & Finance Committee Position

Gregory D. Smith

Gregory D. Smith was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2017.

Mr. Smith was executive vice president of Enterprise Operations and chief financial officer at The Boeing Company, the world’s largest aerospace company and one of the largest U.S. exporters, until his retirement in July 2021.

Mr. Smith led Boeing’s Enterprise Operations, Finance and Strategy organization. In this role, Mr. Smith managed the company’s overall financial activities, and drove operational excellence by overseeing the company’s manufacturing, operations, supply chain, quality, and program management functions. Mr. Smith was also responsible for the delivery of enterprise services across the company and oversaw the company’s strengthened focus on sustainability. In addition, Mr. Smith had executive responsibility for the company’s global financing arm Boeing Capital Corporation and oversaw the company’s corporate audit function, which reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Mr. Smith has three decades of in-depth global aerospace experience across Commercial Airplanes; Defense, Space & Security; and corporate headquarters. He was appointed chief financial officer in 2011 and later served in an expanded role as the executive vice president of Finance, Enterprise Performance and Strategy. He previously was corporate controller and vice president of Finance, serving as the company's principal interface with the board of directors' audit committee to ensure regulatory compliance.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Smith was vice president of Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis, leading business plan development, financial forecasting, financial analysis, and capital commitment planning, as well as competitive analysis and benchmarking. Prior to 2008, Mr. Smith served for four years as vice president of Global Investor Relations at Raytheon, and before Raytheon, he held key leadership roles in supply chain, factory operations, finance, and program management at Boeing.

Mr. Smith serves on the board of directors of Lurie Children’s Hospital and Northwestern Memorial Healthcare.

Chair

Tsu-Jae King Liu

Dr. Tsu-Jae King Liu was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in July 2016. Dr. Liu serves as Dean and Roy W. Carlson Professor of Engineering, in the College of Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Liu is the first woman to hold that position at UC Berkeley.

Dr. Liu holds over 90 patents and has received numerous awards for her research, including the Intel Outstanding Researcher in Nanotechnology Award (2012) and the SIA University Researcher Award (2014). Currently, her research is focused on nanometer-scale logic and memory devices, and advanced materials, process technology and devices for energy-efficient electronics.

Member

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2018.  Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation PIK Professor of Population Health and Health Equity at the University of Pennsylvania from 2018-2021. From 2003 to 2017, Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the president and chief executive officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the largest U.S. philanthropy organization dedicated to health.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is a member of the boards of directors of General Electric Company and Merck & Co., and previously served as a director at Genworth Financial Inc., Beckman Coulter Inc., and Hess Corporation. Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is also a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, The American Philosophical Society, and is on the board of regents of the Smithsonian Institution and on the Board of Trustees for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania and received her M.D. from Harvard Medical School.

Member

Frank D. Yeary

Frank D. Yeary joined Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2009. Yeary is Managing Member at Darwin Capital Advisors, LLC, a private investment firm and was Executive Chairman of CamberView Partners, LLC, a corporate advisory firm, until 2018. Prior to this time, Mr. Yeary was Vice Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley and before that spent 25 years in the finance industry, including as Global Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and as a member of the Management Committee at Citigroup Investment Banking. Mr. Yeary also serves on the Board of Directors of PayPal Holdings and a number of private companies.

Member

Audit & Finance Committee Charter

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Compensation Committee

  • Reviews and determines salaries, performance-based incentives and other matters related to the compensation of our executive officers.
  • Reviews and approves the performance measures and goals for our executive officers.
  • Reviews and grants equity awards to our executive officers.
  • Reviews and determines other compensation policies, handles many compensation-related matters, and makes recommendations to the Board and to management on employee compensation and benefit plans.
  • Administers Intel’s equity incentive plans.
  • Reviews Intel’s programs and practices related to executive workforce diversity and the administration of executive compensation programs in a non-discriminatory manner.
  • Oversees Intel’s strategies, initiatives and programs with respect to Intel’s culture; talent recruitment, development and retention; employee engagement, diversity and inclusion; and management development and succession planning for the Chief Executive Officer and selected senior leaders.
Member
Chair
Compensation Committee Position

Dion Weisler

Dion Weisler was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in June 2020.

He is a member of the boards at Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. and BHP. From 2015 to 2019, Mr. Weisler served as president and chief executive officer of HP Inc., a computer, printer, and related supplies technology company. Mr. Weisler also served as a member of HP’s board of directors from 2015 to May 2020.

His prior experience includes senior executive roles at HP and Lenovo Group Inc., where he was responsible for various operations in Asia Pacific and globally. Mr. Weisler also served in management positions with Telstra Corp. Ltd., a telecommunications company, and Acer Inc.

He earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computing (BASc) and an honorary Doctorate of Laws degree from Monash University.

Chair

Alyssa Henry

Alyssa Henry was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in January 2020. She has served as Seller Lead for Square, Inc. -- a provider of software, hardware, and financial services for small businesses and individuals -- since 2014. She oversees global engineering, product management, design, sales, marketing, partnerships, and support for Square’s seller facing software and financial services products.

Prior to Square, she served in various positions with Amazon.com, Inc. from 2006 to 2014, including as Vice President of Amazon Web Services Storage Services, where she led services including Amazon S3, Amazon EBS, and Amazon Lambda; and as Amazon’s director of software development for ordering, with responsibility for Amazon’s ordering workflow software and databases. Before Amazon, Ms. Henry spent 12 years at Microsoft Corporation working on databases and data access technologies in a variety of engineering, program management, and product unit management roles.

Ms. Henry started her career as a developer in the financial services industry. She has served as a member of the board of directors of Unity Software Inc., a public company, since December 2018.

Member

Omar Ishrak

Dr. Omar Ishrak was elected to Intel’s board of directors in March 2017 and was named chairman of the board in January 2020.

Dr. Ishrak was Executive Chairman of Medtronic plc, a global medical technology company until his retirement in December 2020. Dr. Ishrak served as Chairman and CEO of Medtronic from June 2011 to April 2020. Prior to joining Medtronic, Dr. Ishrak spent 16 years in various roles with General Electric Co., most recently as president and chief executive officer of GE Healthcare Systems, a division of GE Healthcare.

Dr. Ishrak is a member of the board of trustees of the Asia Society, which promotes mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. He is also a member of the Minnesota Public Radio board of trustees.

Dr. Ishrak earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of London, King’s College.

Member

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2018.  Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation PIK Professor of Population Health and Health Equity at the University of Pennsylvania from 2018-2021. From 2003 to 2017, Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the president and chief executive officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the largest U.S. philanthropy organization dedicated to health.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is a member of the boards of directors of General Electric Company and Merck & Co., and previously served as a director at Genworth Financial Inc., Beckman Coulter Inc., and Hess Corporation. Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is also a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, The American Philosophical Society, and is on the board of regents of the Smithsonian Institution and on the Board of Trustees for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania and received her M.D. from Harvard Medical School.

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Compensation Committee Charter

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Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee

  • Identifies, evaluates, and recruits individuals to become Board members.
  • Reviews matters of corporate governance and corporate responsibility, such as environmental, sustainability, workplace, political contributions and stakeholder issues, and periodically reports on these matters to the Board.
  • Periodically reviews and assesses the effectiveness of the Board’s Corporate Governance Guidelines, recommends to the Board proposed revisions to the Guidelines and committee charters, and reviews the poison pill policy.
  • Makes recommendations to the Board regarding the size and composition of the Board and its committees.
  • Reviews stockholder proposals and recommends actions on such proposals.
  • Advises the Board on compensation for our non-employee directors.
  • Periodically reviews and assesses Intel’s stockholder engagement process, and reviews and reports stockholders’ feedback to the Board and works with the Board and management to address.
Member
Chair
Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee Position

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2018.  Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation PIK Professor of Population Health and Health Equity at the University of Pennsylvania from 2018-2021. From 2003 to 2017, Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the president and chief executive officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the largest U.S. philanthropy organization dedicated to health.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is a member of the boards of directors of General Electric Company and Merck & Co., and previously served as a director at Genworth Financial Inc., Beckman Coulter Inc., and Hess Corporation. Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is also a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, The American Philosophical Society, and is on the board of regents of the Smithsonian Institution and on the Board of Trustees for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania and received her M.D. from Harvard Medical School.

Chair

James (Jim) J. Goetz

James J. Goetz, was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in November 2019.  He has served as a partner of Sequoia Capital, a venture capital firm, since June 2004. Prior to joining Sequoia, Mr. Goetz co-founded VitalSigns Software, where he assembled and led the team that pioneered end-user performance management. Prior to VitalSigns, he was vice president of Network Management for Bay Networks. Mr. Goetz currently serves on the boards of several privately held companies, and since April 2005, on the board of Palo Alto Networks Inc., a network security solution company. Mr. Goetz previously served on the boards of directors of Barracuda Networks Inc., a data security and storage company from 2009 to 2017; Nimble Storage Inc., a data storage company, from 2007 to 2017; Jive Software Inc., a provider of social business software, from 2007 to 2015; and Ruckus Wireless Inc., a manufacturer of wireless (Wi-Fi) networking equipment, from 2012 to 2015, among others.

Mr. Goetz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Member

Omar Ishrak

Dr. Omar Ishrak was elected to Intel’s board of directors in March 2017 and was named chairman of the board in January 2020.

Dr. Ishrak was Executive Chairman of Medtronic plc, a global medical technology company until his retirement in December 2020. Dr. Ishrak served as Chairman and CEO of Medtronic from June 2011 to April 2020. Prior to joining Medtronic, Dr. Ishrak spent 16 years in various roles with General Electric Co., most recently as president and chief executive officer of GE Healthcare Systems, a division of GE Healthcare.

Dr. Ishrak is a member of the board of trustees of the Asia Society, which promotes mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. He is also a member of the Minnesota Public Radio board of trustees.

Dr. Ishrak earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of London, King’s College.

Member

Frank D. Yeary

Frank D. Yeary joined Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2009. Yeary is Managing Member at Darwin Capital Advisors, LLC, a private investment firm and was Executive Chairman of CamberView Partners, LLC, a corporate advisory firm, until 2018. Prior to this time, Mr. Yeary was Vice Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley and before that spent 25 years in the finance industry, including as Global Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and as a member of the Management Committee at Citigroup Investment Banking. Mr. Yeary also serves on the Board of Directors of PayPal Holdings and a number of private companies.

Member

Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee Charter

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M&A Committee

  • Assists the Board in the evaluation and oversight of the Company’s M&A and venture investment strategies as part of the Company’s corporate strategy.
  • Reviews, assesses, and approves certain potential transactions in accordance with the then current Investment, Acquisition and Divestiture (IAD) resolutions adopted by the Board.
  • Reviews, assesses, and makes recommendations to the Board with respect to transactions requiring full Board approval pursuant to the IAD resolutions.
  • Reviews at least annually, the performance, including strategic, financial, operational, and integration, of the Company’s completed transactions.
Member
Chair
M&A Committee Position

Frank D. Yeary

Frank D. Yeary joined Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2009. Yeary is Managing Member at Darwin Capital Advisors, LLC, a private investment firm and was Executive Chairman of CamberView Partners, LLC, a corporate advisory firm, until 2018. Prior to this time, Mr. Yeary was Vice Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley and before that spent 25 years in the finance industry, including as Global Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and as a member of the Management Committee at Citigroup Investment Banking. Mr. Yeary also serves on the Board of Directors of PayPal Holdings and a number of private companies.

Chair

James (Jim) J. Goetz

James J. Goetz, was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in November 2019.  He has served as a partner of Sequoia Capital, a venture capital firm, since June 2004. Prior to joining Sequoia, Mr. Goetz co-founded VitalSigns Software, where he assembled and led the team that pioneered end-user performance management. Prior to VitalSigns, he was vice president of Network Management for Bay Networks. Mr. Goetz currently serves on the boards of several privately held companies, and since April 2005, on the board of Palo Alto Networks Inc., a network security solution company. Mr. Goetz previously served on the boards of directors of Barracuda Networks Inc., a data security and storage company from 2009 to 2017; Nimble Storage Inc., a data storage company, from 2007 to 2017; Jive Software Inc., a provider of social business software, from 2007 to 2015; and Ruckus Wireless Inc., a manufacturer of wireless (Wi-Fi) networking equipment, from 2012 to 2015, among others.

Mr. Goetz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Member

Alyssa Henry

Alyssa Henry was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in January 2020. She has served as Seller Lead for Square, Inc. -- a provider of software, hardware, and financial services for small businesses and individuals -- since 2014. She oversees global engineering, product management, design, sales, marketing, partnerships, and support for Square’s seller facing software and financial services products.

Prior to Square, she served in various positions with Amazon.com, Inc. from 2006 to 2014, including as Vice President of Amazon Web Services Storage Services, where she led services including Amazon S3, Amazon EBS, and Amazon Lambda; and as Amazon’s director of software development for ordering, with responsibility for Amazon’s ordering workflow software and databases. Before Amazon, Ms. Henry spent 12 years at Microsoft Corporation working on databases and data access technologies in a variety of engineering, program management, and product unit management roles.

Ms. Henry started her career as a developer in the financial services industry. She has served as a member of the board of directors of Unity Software Inc., a public company, since December 2018.

Member

Dion Weisler

Dion Weisler was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in June 2020.

He is a member of the boards at Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. and BHP. From 2015 to 2019, Mr. Weisler served as president and chief executive officer of HP Inc., a computer, printer, and related supplies technology company. Mr. Weisler also served as a member of HP’s board of directors from 2015 to May 2020.

His prior experience includes senior executive roles at HP and Lenovo Group Inc., where he was responsible for various operations in Asia Pacific and globally. Mr. Weisler also served in management positions with Telstra Corp. Ltd., a telecommunications company, and Acer Inc.

He earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computing (BASc) and an honorary Doctorate of Laws degree from Monash University.

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M&A Committee Charter

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Gregory D. Smith

Gregory D. Smith was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2017.

Mr. Smith was executive vice president of Enterprise Operations and chief financial officer at The Boeing Company, the world’s largest aerospace company and one of the largest U.S. exporters, until his retirement in July 2021.

Mr. Smith led Boeing’s Enterprise Operations, Finance and Strategy organization. In this role, Mr. Smith managed the company’s overall financial activities, and drove operational excellence by overseeing the company’s manufacturing, operations, supply chain, quality, and program management functions. Mr. Smith was also responsible for the delivery of enterprise services across the company and oversaw the company’s strengthened focus on sustainability. In addition, Mr. Smith had executive responsibility for the company’s global financing arm Boeing Capital Corporation and oversaw the company’s corporate audit function, which reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Mr. Smith has three decades of in-depth global aerospace experience across Commercial Airplanes; Defense, Space & Security; and corporate headquarters. He was appointed chief financial officer in 2011 and later served in an expanded role as the executive vice president of Finance, Enterprise Performance and Strategy. He previously was corporate controller and vice president of Finance, serving as the company's principal interface with the board of directors' audit committee to ensure regulatory compliance.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Smith was vice president of Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis, leading business plan development, financial forecasting, financial analysis, and capital commitment planning, as well as competitive analysis and benchmarking. Prior to 2008, Mr. Smith served for four years as vice president of Global Investor Relations at Raytheon, and before Raytheon, he held key leadership roles in supply chain, factory operations, finance, and program management at Boeing.

Mr. Smith serves on the board of directors of Lurie Children’s Hospital and Northwestern Memorial Healthcare.

Tsu-Jae King Liu

Dr. Tsu-Jae King Liu was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in July 2016. Dr. Liu serves as Dean and Roy W. Carlson Professor of Engineering, in the College of Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Liu is the first woman to hold that position at UC Berkeley.

Dr. Liu holds over 90 patents and has received numerous awards for her research, including the Intel Outstanding Researcher in Nanotechnology Award (2012) and the SIA University Researcher Award (2014). Currently, her research is focused on nanometer-scale logic and memory devices, and advanced materials, process technology and devices for energy-efficient electronics.

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2018.  Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation PIK Professor of Population Health and Health Equity at the University of Pennsylvania from 2018-2021. From 2003 to 2017, Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the president and chief executive officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the largest U.S. philanthropy organization dedicated to health.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is a member of the boards of directors of General Electric Company and Merck & Co., and previously served as a director at Genworth Financial Inc., Beckman Coulter Inc., and Hess Corporation. Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is also a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, The American Philosophical Society, and is on the board of regents of the Smithsonian Institution and on the Board of Trustees for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania and received her M.D. from Harvard Medical School.

Frank D. Yeary

Frank D. Yeary joined Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2009. Yeary is Managing Member at Darwin Capital Advisors, LLC, a private investment firm and was Executive Chairman of CamberView Partners, LLC, a corporate advisory firm, until 2018. Prior to this time, Mr. Yeary was Vice Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley and before that spent 25 years in the finance industry, including as Global Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and as a member of the Management Committee at Citigroup Investment Banking. Mr. Yeary also serves on the Board of Directors of PayPal Holdings and a number of private companies.

Dion Weisler

Dion Weisler was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in June 2020.

He is a member of the boards at Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. and BHP. From 2015 to 2019, Mr. Weisler served as president and chief executive officer of HP Inc., a computer, printer, and related supplies technology company. Mr. Weisler also served as a member of HP’s board of directors from 2015 to May 2020.

His prior experience includes senior executive roles at HP and Lenovo Group Inc., where he was responsible for various operations in Asia Pacific and globally. Mr. Weisler also served in management positions with Telstra Corp. Ltd., a telecommunications company, and Acer Inc.

He earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computing (BASc) and an honorary Doctorate of Laws degree from Monash University.

Alyssa Henry

Alyssa Henry was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in January 2020. She has served as Seller Lead for Square, Inc. -- a provider of software, hardware, and financial services for small businesses and individuals -- since 2014. She oversees global engineering, product management, design, sales, marketing, partnerships, and support for Square’s seller facing software and financial services products.

Prior to Square, she served in various positions with Amazon.com, Inc. from 2006 to 2014, including as Vice President of Amazon Web Services Storage Services, where she led services including Amazon S3, Amazon EBS, and Amazon Lambda; and as Amazon’s director of software development for ordering, with responsibility for Amazon’s ordering workflow software and databases. Before Amazon, Ms. Henry spent 12 years at Microsoft Corporation working on databases and data access technologies in a variety of engineering, program management, and product unit management roles.

Ms. Henry started her career as a developer in the financial services industry. She has served as a member of the board of directors of Unity Software Inc., a public company, since December 2018.

Omar Ishrak

Dr. Omar Ishrak was elected to Intel’s board of directors in March 2017 and was named chairman of the board in January 2020.

Dr. Ishrak was Executive Chairman of Medtronic plc, a global medical technology company until his retirement in December 2020. Dr. Ishrak served as Chairman and CEO of Medtronic from June 2011 to April 2020. Prior to joining Medtronic, Dr. Ishrak spent 16 years in various roles with General Electric Co., most recently as president and chief executive officer of GE Healthcare Systems, a division of GE Healthcare.

Dr. Ishrak is a member of the board of trustees of the Asia Society, which promotes mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. He is also a member of the Minnesota Public Radio board of trustees.

Dr. Ishrak earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of London, King’s College.

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2018.  Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation PIK Professor of Population Health and Health Equity at the University of Pennsylvania from 2018-2021. From 2003 to 2017, Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the president and chief executive officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the largest U.S. philanthropy organization dedicated to health.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is a member of the boards of directors of General Electric Company and Merck & Co., and previously served as a director at Genworth Financial Inc., Beckman Coulter Inc., and Hess Corporation. Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is also a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, The American Philosophical Society, and is on the board of regents of the Smithsonian Institution and on the Board of Trustees for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania and received her M.D. from Harvard Medical School.

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2018.  Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation PIK Professor of Population Health and Health Equity at the University of Pennsylvania from 2018-2021. From 2003 to 2017, Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey was the president and chief executive officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the largest U.S. philanthropy organization dedicated to health.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is a member of the boards of directors of General Electric Company and Merck & Co., and previously served as a director at Genworth Financial Inc., Beckman Coulter Inc., and Hess Corporation. Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey is also a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, The American Philosophical Society, and is on the board of regents of the Smithsonian Institution and on the Board of Trustees for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr. Lavizzo-Mourey holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania and received her M.D. from Harvard Medical School.

James (Jim) J. Goetz

James J. Goetz, was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in November 2019.  He has served as a partner of Sequoia Capital, a venture capital firm, since June 2004. Prior to joining Sequoia, Mr. Goetz co-founded VitalSigns Software, where he assembled and led the team that pioneered end-user performance management. Prior to VitalSigns, he was vice president of Network Management for Bay Networks. Mr. Goetz currently serves on the boards of several privately held companies, and since April 2005, on the board of Palo Alto Networks Inc., a network security solution company. Mr. Goetz previously served on the boards of directors of Barracuda Networks Inc., a data security and storage company from 2009 to 2017; Nimble Storage Inc., a data storage company, from 2007 to 2017; Jive Software Inc., a provider of social business software, from 2007 to 2015; and Ruckus Wireless Inc., a manufacturer of wireless (Wi-Fi) networking equipment, from 2012 to 2015, among others.

Mr. Goetz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Omar Ishrak

Dr. Omar Ishrak was elected to Intel’s board of directors in March 2017 and was named chairman of the board in January 2020.

Dr. Ishrak was Executive Chairman of Medtronic plc, a global medical technology company until his retirement in December 2020. Dr. Ishrak served as Chairman and CEO of Medtronic from June 2011 to April 2020. Prior to joining Medtronic, Dr. Ishrak spent 16 years in various roles with General Electric Co., most recently as president and chief executive officer of GE Healthcare Systems, a division of GE Healthcare.

Dr. Ishrak is a member of the board of trustees of the Asia Society, which promotes mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. He is also a member of the Minnesota Public Radio board of trustees.

Dr. Ishrak earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of London, King’s College.

Frank D. Yeary

Frank D. Yeary joined Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2009. Yeary is Managing Member at Darwin Capital Advisors, LLC, a private investment firm and was Executive Chairman of CamberView Partners, LLC, a corporate advisory firm, until 2018. Prior to this time, Mr. Yeary was Vice Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley and before that spent 25 years in the finance industry, including as Global Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and as a member of the Management Committee at Citigroup Investment Banking. Mr. Yeary also serves on the Board of Directors of PayPal Holdings and a number of private companies.

Frank D. Yeary

Frank D. Yeary joined Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in March 2009. Yeary is Managing Member at Darwin Capital Advisors, LLC, a private investment firm and was Executive Chairman of CamberView Partners, LLC, a corporate advisory firm, until 2018. Prior to this time, Mr. Yeary was Vice Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley and before that spent 25 years in the finance industry, including as Global Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and as a member of the Management Committee at Citigroup Investment Banking. Mr. Yeary also serves on the Board of Directors of PayPal Holdings and a number of private companies.

James (Jim) J. Goetz

James J. Goetz, was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in November 2019.  He has served as a partner of Sequoia Capital, a venture capital firm, since June 2004. Prior to joining Sequoia, Mr. Goetz co-founded VitalSigns Software, where he assembled and led the team that pioneered end-user performance management. Prior to VitalSigns, he was vice president of Network Management for Bay Networks. Mr. Goetz currently serves on the boards of several privately held companies, and since April 2005, on the board of Palo Alto Networks Inc., a network security solution company. Mr. Goetz previously served on the boards of directors of Barracuda Networks Inc., a data security and storage company from 2009 to 2017; Nimble Storage Inc., a data storage company, from 2007 to 2017; Jive Software Inc., a provider of social business software, from 2007 to 2015; and Ruckus Wireless Inc., a manufacturer of wireless (Wi-Fi) networking equipment, from 2012 to 2015, among others.

Mr. Goetz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Alyssa Henry

Alyssa Henry was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in January 2020. She has served as Seller Lead for Square, Inc. -- a provider of software, hardware, and financial services for small businesses and individuals -- since 2014. She oversees global engineering, product management, design, sales, marketing, partnerships, and support for Square’s seller facing software and financial services products.

Prior to Square, she served in various positions with Amazon.com, Inc. from 2006 to 2014, including as Vice President of Amazon Web Services Storage Services, where she led services including Amazon S3, Amazon EBS, and Amazon Lambda; and as Amazon’s director of software development for ordering, with responsibility for Amazon’s ordering workflow software and databases. Before Amazon, Ms. Henry spent 12 years at Microsoft Corporation working on databases and data access technologies in a variety of engineering, program management, and product unit management roles.

Ms. Henry started her career as a developer in the financial services industry. She has served as a member of the board of directors of Unity Software Inc., a public company, since December 2018.

Dion Weisler

Dion Weisler was elected to Intel’s board of directors as an independent director in June 2020.

He is a member of the boards at Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. and BHP. From 2015 to 2019, Mr. Weisler served as president and chief executive officer of HP Inc., a computer, printer, and related supplies technology company. Mr. Weisler also served as a member of HP’s board of directors from 2015 to May 2020.

His prior experience includes senior executive roles at HP and Lenovo Group Inc., where he was responsible for various operations in Asia Pacific and globally. Mr. Weisler also served in management positions with Telstra Corp. Ltd., a telecommunications company, and Acer Inc.

He earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computing (BASc) and an honorary Doctorate of Laws degree from Monash University.