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Intel appoints three Corporate VPs

22 May 2008 | By Síle Mc Mahon | Going Places

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Deborah Conrad, Vice President and General Manager of the Intel Corporate Marketing Group, has been with Intel since 1986. Prior to this role, she was director of Team Apple, in which role she oversaw the Intel and Apple business sales and revenue, market development and product engineering.

John Johnson, Vice President and CIO for Intel’s Information Technology business, has been an Intel employee since 1981. He has held roles in sales, marketing and business development with the company prior to this new post.

Diane Bryant, an Intel employee since 1985, is Vice President and has been appointed to the role of CIO to work in conjunction with Mr. Johnson. Her former role was as Vice President of the Digital Enterprise Group and General Manager of the Server Platforms Group.

By Síle Mc Mahon

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