Intel executives join Apple and will serve as Apple's vice president next year

Intel executives join Apple and will serve as Apple's vice president next year

Intel’s vice president of diversity and inclusion, social impact affairs, Barbara Whye (Barbara Whye), will join Apple next year as the vice president of Apple’s diversity and inclusion affairs. Since Christie Smith resigned in June this year, this position at Apple has been vacant for nearly five months.

Barbara Wye has not resigned from Intel yet, she is still one of the 23 important executives currently displayed on Intel’s official website.

According to information published on Intel’s official website, Barbara Wye received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of South Carolina, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina’s Daramore School of Business. He is currently a PhD from Arizona State University. Raw.

Barbara Wye has worked at Intel for 25 years. According to the information on Intel’s official website, she joined Intel in 1995. She started as an engineer, went through many positions, and eventually became Intel’s deputy in diversity and inclusion affairs. President.

Tim Cook announced in June this year that Apple would invest $100 million in a new company initiative dedicated to promoting racial equality. Cook said that Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice (Racial Equity and Justice) initiative will focus on related issues such as education, economic equality and criminal justice reform.

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