Join Intel and Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners on Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 for an Intel Girl Geek Dinner!
Come enjoy an evening full of mingling, food and drinks, speakers, demos, and more at the Intel Robert Noyce Building – 2200 Mission College Blvd. Santa Clara, CA 95054!
Our line-up will include an awesome girl geek panel on how Intel is making amazing experiences possible with end-to-end solutions for a smart and connected world. We’ll wrap up the night with a chance for you to win one of our great raffle prizes.
Twitter handles: @WomenAtIntel @BayAreaGGD
Event hashtag: #IntelGirlGeekDinner
The lottery is for non-Intel attendees. Intel employees should register through Women at Intel Network (WIN-SC).
Please bring your Government Issued ID, as Intel staff will be checking at the door.
Intel Girl Geek Dinner Agenda
5:30pm – 6:30pm – Check-in (Government Issued ID is required), Networking, Demos, Food & Drinks
6:30pm – 7:30pm – Networking, Demos, Food & Drinks
7:30pm – 8:00pm – Panel Discussion: Making Amazing Experiences Possible
8:00pm – 8:30pm – Post Panel Networking, Dessert, and Raffle Prizes
*As a courtesy to our Speakers, check-in will close at 6:30pm
Intel Girl Geek Speakers!
Genevieve Bell (Vice President, Corporate Strategy Office, Intel Fellow)
Genevieve Bell is an Intel Fellow and vice president of the Corporate Strategy Office at Intel Corporation. She leads a team of social scientists, interaction designers, human factors engineers and computer scientists focused on people’s needs and desires to help shape new Intel products and technologies. An accomplished anthropologist and researcher, Genevieve joined Intel in 1998. She has been granted a number of patents for consumer electronics innovations throughout her career, with additional patents in the user experience space pending, and is the author of numerous journal papers and articles. She was named an Intel Fellow in 2008. In addition to her position at Intel, Genevieve is a highly regarded industry expert and frequent commentator on the intersection of culture and technology. She has been featured in publications such as Wired, Forbes, The Atlantic, Fast Company, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. She is also a sought-after public speaker and panelist at technology conferences worldwide for the insights she has gained from extensive international field work and research. Her industry recognition includes being listed among the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company in 2010, induction in the Women in Technology International Hall of Fame in 2012, and being honored as the 2013 Woman of Vision for Leadership by the Anita Borg Institute. Genevieve’s book, “Divining a Digital Future: Mess and Mythology in Ubiquitous Computing,” written in collaboration with Paul Dourish, was published by MIT Press in 2011. She holds a combined bachelor’s and master’s degree in anthropology from Bryn Mawr College and a master’s degree and Ph.D. in cultural anthropology from Stanford University, where she was a lecturer in the anthropology department from 1996 to 1998.
Sandra Lopez (Director, Strategic Alliances for Wearables, New Devices Group, Intel)
Sandra Lopez joined Intel in 2005 as B2B Integrated Marketing Manager. Leveraging her vast and proven marketing experience within the technology sector, she quickly began to transform B2B Marketing within Intel. She was then chartered to drive Intel’s Consumer Marketing Strategy group in which she led Intel’s focus on the Masterbrand, Intel. She launched Intel’s first smartphone and Android-based tablets. In this role, she trail blazed efforts on advocacy marketing, which garnered several accolades including the 2013 Marketers that Matter award sponsored by the Wall Street Journal and Sage Group. Currently, she has been chartered to drive Intel’s Wearable Business Development Strategy within the Fashion/Sports/Fitness vertical. She has been a vocal voice on driving the convergence between fashion and technology.
Hillarie Prestopine (Vice President, Software and Services Group; Director, Open Source Technology Center Core Operating System Engineering, Intel)
Hillarie Prestopine is vice president in the Software and Services Group and director of core operating system engineering in the Open Source Technology Center at Intel Corporation. She is responsible for product delivery and platform enabling of Intel® architecture-based processors on the Android operating system and has been influential in the development of the Intel® Reference Design for Android.
Hillarie joined Intel in 1996 as a software applications engineer in the developer relations group. Beginning in 2002, she spent six years as a strategic relationship manager in Intel’s Sales and Marketing Group (SMG), with responsibility for Linux and open source software companies. Her focus in that role included working with vendors such as Borland, Canonical, Novell/SuSe, Veritas and Wind River to port and optimize their software for Intel architecture. Later at SMG, she led the Red Hat account team and managed Intel’s worldwide relationship with Red Hat Software. Hillarie joined the Open Source Technology Center in 2009 to manage the engineering planning and product execution team. Her responsibilities in that position included overseeing technology roadmaps, engineering schedules, engineering decision-making, information engineering, community relations and licensing. Before assuming her current role, Hillarie spent two years directing the core Web technologies team and the user experience design and development teams, helping Intel become an influential player in the Web technology industry and establishing user experience capabilities within the company. Hillarie holds a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA degree from the University of California, Davis. She earned an Intel Achievement Award in 2010 for contributing to Intel differentiation and strategic flexibility through open source software.
Sandra Rivera (Vice President, Data Center Group; General Manager, Network Platforms Group, Intel)
Sandra Rivera is the Vice President for the Network Platforms Group of Intel, a business group focused on delivering leading edge technology and solutions to the networking industry. Prior to her current role, Sandra held marketing and business development positions for 14 years at Intel, focused on network infrastructure segments and customers, with responsibility for product marketing, segment marketing, channel and ecosystem marketing. Sandra is on the board of the Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV) Linux Foundation collaborative project and serves as Marketing Chair of OPNFV. Prior to Intel, she co-founded The CTI Authority, a computer telephony distributor, served as president of Catalyst Telecom’s Computer Telephony division and had responsibility for the Dialogic sales organization in the eastern US and Canada. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University.
Rose Schooler (Vice President, Internet of Things Group; General Manager, IoT Strategy and Technology Office, Intel)
Rose Schooler is Vice President of the Internet of Things Group (IOTG) and General Manager of Things Strategy and Technology Office at Intel Corporation. She is responsible for managing the IoT strategy across all of Intel’s assets, including development of strategic business objectives, an end-to-end implementation strategy, driving external industry and partner leadership, and technical alignment to deliver foundational IoT technologies and solutions. Previously, Rose was Vice President of the Data Center Group and general manager of Communications and Storage Infrastructure Group at Intel Corporation. Her organization was responsible for delivering platforms for the networking and storage market segments as well as providing solutions for telecommunications service providers. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Ceramic Science & Engineering and joined Intel in 1989 holding several positions in fab, packaging and marketing.
Suzan Miller (Corporate Vice President; Deputy General Counsel; Corporate Secretary, Intel)
Suzan Miller is corporate secretary, vice president and deputy general counsel of Intel Corporation. She manages the worldwide legal team for Intel’s Corporate Legal Group. Since joining Intel in 1991, she has held a number of positions including general counsel of Intel Capital, Intel’s global investment organization, and vice president of the Business Legal Group. She is the executive sponsor for the Santa Clara Women at Intel Network, a member of Intel’s Network of Executive Women Leaders, and an executive sponsor of Intel’s Legal Diversity program. Suzan sits on the board of the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) and the board of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA). She also oversees Intel’s legal pro bono programs, and is an active pro bono participant in the community and holds board positions at the Santa Clara Law Foundation and the Silicon Valley Campaign for Legal Services. Prior to joining Intel, she worked for the law firms of Irell & Manella and Morrison & Foerster. She received her bachelor’s degree from Bryn Mawr College and her J.D. degree from Santa Clara University.
Danielle Mastrangel Brown (Chief of Staff, Intel; Technical Assistant to CEO)
Danielle Brown serves as the Chief of Staff and Technical Assistant for Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel Corporation. In this role, Danielle is responsible for providing strategic and operational support to Brian and Intel’s Management Committee members. Previously, Danielle has held various leadership roles in the Human Resources organization, having most recently served as Chief of Staff, Human Resources, where she led key strategic HR initiatives and programs, provided HR Support for Intel executives, and managed the global operations of HR staff. Danielle has led Intel’s Network of Executive Women (iNEW) initiative for several years, and actively involved in developing Intel’s female leadership pipeline. Danielle joined Intel in 2009 as part of the Accelerated Leadership Program. She worked as a Channel Marketing Manager in Intel’s PC Client Group, as a Business Development Manager in the Internet of Things Group, and then joined HR as the Director of the Accelerated Leadership Program. Prior to Intel, Danielle worked as a strategy consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and then spent nearly a decade in the biotech industry in sales and marketing, holding a variety of leadership roles in field sales, with Abbott Laboratories, TAP Pharmaceuticals, and Gilead Sciences. Danielle received her MBA from the University of Michigan and her BA from Michigan State University.
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