Three new SVPs at Intel
Intel makes internal promotions in key departments including marketing and legal
Intel has promoted three vice presidents in key roles including sales & marketing and legal.
The company said that the appointments recognised the importance of the internal organisations in Intel's transformation to a ‘data-centric' company.
Michelle Johnston Holthaus was promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president. Holthaus is the general manager of Intel's Sales and Marketing Group and the interim chief marketing officer. She is responsible for global sales and revenue at Intel and leads the company's efforts to foster innovative sales and marketing approaches that broaden Intel's business opportunities and enhance customer relationships worldwide. Holthaus joined Intel in 1996 and is based in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Daniel (Dan) McNamara was promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president. He is the general manager of the Programmable Solutions Group at Intel. He is responsible for the P&L, strategy and execution of the company's programmable hardware, IP, and software solutions and power product portfolio. McNamara joined Intel in December 2015, upon the close of Intel's acquisition of Altera Corporation, and is based in Santa Clara, California.
Allon Stabinsky was promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president. He is the chief deputy general counsel of the Law and Policy Group at Intel. He currently leads the global Intel Legal department. Previously, Stabinsky was the deputy general counsel for the Solutions Legal Group and chief compliance officer, with leadership responsibilities for legal support of Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group and Sales and Marketing Group. Stabinsky joined Intel in 2005 and is based in Santa Clara, California.
Last month Intel CEO Brian Kraznich resigned suddenly, over a past relationship with an Intel staffer. The company is still in the process of appointing a full-time replacement.
"These promotions recognize the expanded scope and significance of the organisations for each of these proven Intel leaders," said Intel CFO and interim CEO Bob Swan. "These leaders are helping us achieve our transformation from a PC-centric to a data-centric company, and I look forward to their continued contributions."