Barbara Whye

Barbara Whye

Former Chief Diversity and Inclusion OfficerCorporate Vice President, Social Impact and Human Resources at Intel Corporation

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B.S., University of South Carolina
M.B.A., Moore School of Business
 

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Chief Diversity and Inclusion OfficerVice President, Social Impact and Human Resources Barbara H. Whye Chief Diversity and Inclusion OfficerVice President, Social Impact and Human Resources Barbara H. Whye is the chief diversity and inclusion officer and vice president of social impact and human resources at Intel Corporation. She leads Intel’s $300 million Diversity in Technology initiative, which resulted in reaching full representation in Intel’s U.S. workforce in October 2018. She is also responsible for Intel’s investments and programs that deliver positive social impact and enrich lives globally. Whye joined Intel in 1995 as an engineer and has since held numerous roles, including leadership and project engineering roles responsible for acquiring and starting up new facilities for Intel worldwide. She also leads the investment strategy for Intel’s global STEM education portfolio, with an emphasis on girls and underserved populations. And she was a strategist on Girl Rising, a global campaign for girls’ education and empowerment. As Intel’s chief diversity and inclusion officer, Whye leverages her 24 years of experience to develop strategies that accelerate progress and integrate diversity and inclusion across the ecosystem. She leads the Intel Foundation, awarding millions in grants focused on STEM programs, disaster relief and philanthropic efforts of Intel’s employees. Whye also leads Intel Involved, enabling employees to volunteer their expertise, support their local communities and inspire the next generation of innovators around the world. A recognized force for social change, Whye has been the recipient of multiple industry awards, including the 2019 BLACK ENTERPRISE Most Powerful Women in Corporate Diversity Award, 2019 Most Influential Women in Corporate America Award, and 2019 NAFE Women of Excellence Corporate Women’s Champion Award. Whye earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of South Carolina and her MBA from the University’s Darla Moore School of Business. She is currently a doctoral student at Arizona State University’s school for the Future of Innovation in Society.

Source: Intel Corporation on 03/15/2021

 

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Amir Khosrowshahi
Vice President, Intel Capital, Intel Corporation
Xu (Ian) Yang
Corporate Vice PresidentPresident, Intel China, Intel Corporation
Brent Conran
Vice President, Information Technology, Chief Information Security Officer, Intel Corporation
Noah G. Rabinowitz
Chief Learning Officer and Vice President, Human Resources, Intel Corporation
Karen Walker
Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Intel Corporation
Gregory M. Bryant
Executive Vice PresidentGeneral Manager, Client Computing Group, Intel Corporation
James J. Goetz
Partner, Sequoia Capital Operations LLC
Michelle Johnston Holthaus
Executive Vice PresidentGeneral Manager, Sales, Marketing, and Communications Group, Intel Corporation
Archana Deskus
Senior Vice PresidentChief Information Officer, Intel Corporation
Sandra L. Rivera
Executive Vice PresidentChief People Officer, Intel Corporation