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Intel Promotes Two Corporate Officers 

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 17, 2019 – Intel Corporation today announced it has promoted two corporate officers.

“These promotions recognize two strong leaders who have taken a larger role in our organization and in ensuring the success of our customers,” said Intel CEO Bob Swan. “They are role models for the Intel values and the culture evolution at the center of our transformation strategy.”

Gregory Bryant. Image courtesy of Intel

Gregory Bryant was promoted to executive vice president and will now report directly to the CEO. He is the general manager of the Client Computing Group, Intel’s largest and most profitable business dedicated to client computing solutions. Bryant’s responsibilities include all aspects of running and growing the business: strategy, financial performance and product development for the full portfolio of Intel technologies, processors, chipsets and connectivity solutions designed to enable exceptional personal computing experiences. Bryant joined Intel in 1992 and is based in Hillsboro, Oregon.

Michelle Johnston Holthaus. Image courtesy of Intel.

Michelle Johnston Holthaus was promoted to executive vice president. Holthaus is the general manager of Intel’s Sales, Marketing and Communications Group, reporting to the CEO. She is responsible for global sales and revenue at Intel and leads the company’s efforts to foster innovative sales, marketing and communications approaches that broaden Intel’s business opportunities and enhance customer relationships worldwide. She has developed deep and trusted partnerships with Intel customers and ecosystems partners over many years. Holthaus joined Intel in 1996 and is based in Santa Clara.

“I am proud to have these two excellent leaders partnering with me and the rest of the leadership team to drive growth and success for our customers and our great company,” Swan said.

Source: Intel