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Anjan Ghosh

Anjan Ghosh is the Head of Corporate Affairs at Intel, for the Asia Pacific region. He oversees Intel’s strategic relationships with key external stakeholder groups, in Government, Academia and Community and manages the company’s Corporate Responsibility programs, with a team spread across 13 countries.

His areas of interest include Corporate Social responsibility, Public policy on ICT for development, Digital inclusion and Education.

He has held various positions in Governing councils of Industry associations, Chambers of commerce and University advisory boards. He received the Intel Achievement Award, the highest recognition at Intel.

Anjan holds a doctorate in Statistics and is based in Penang with his wife and daughter.

Ashutosh Chadha

Education Manager, South Asia

Ashutosh Chadha leads the Intel Education Group for South Asia.

In this direction Ashutosh drives Intel’s relationships with various State and Central educational bodies for appropriate ICT integration in education for impacting student learning in order to prepare the learners for 21st centrury requirements. He also works towards supporting initiatives in helping to create models for underserved youth in the community to expose them to technology based learning and higher order thinking. Ashutosh also drives Intel's engagement with the higher education system in the country to forged meaningful partnerships with universities to further the quality of higher education and sustain Intel's technology relationship in India.

Ashutosh has nearly 20 years of experience in the field of education including higher education, K-12 as well as the community segments. Ashutosh is a Science garduate and has done his Management from India majoring in Marketing and Finance.

Brenda Musilli

Director of Education
Intel Corporation

Brenda Musilli is the Worldwide Director of Education for Intel Corporation and President of the Intel Foundation. A 25-year Intel veteran, Musilli assumed leadership of Intel Education in 2005, building on her lifelong passion for education.

As Director of Education, Musilli leads the Intel® Education Initiative, a more-than-$100 million annual, global commitment to accelerate math, science and engineering education, the building blocks of innovation. Intel Education spans more than 50 countries and includes the Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS), the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), Intel® Teach and the Intel Computer Clubhouse network.

On behalf of Intel Education, Musilli travels extensively worldwide, collaborating with leading educators, government officials and multilateral organizations. A frequent speaker on the issues and challenges surrounding global education, she recently served as guest lecturer at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education and as a member of Intel's delegation to the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Musilli is also a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Education Initiative steering board.

Since becoming the Director of Education, Musilli has led Intel's increased commitment, through the Intel Teach program, to training an additional 10 million teachers in the next five years, and recently launched Intel Teach Online to reach a broader segment of the teaching population around the world. Under Musilli's leadership, Intel Education Initiative teacher training has increased significantly, and Intel-sponsored science competitions (Intel STS and Intel ISEF) have set record participation.

Musilli holds a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from University of California, Davis and an MBA degree from University of Santa Clara. She is the proud mother of two school-aged children, Megan and John-Jackson.

Cheng Cheng Loo

Regional Program Manager - Asia
Intel® Education
www.intel.com/education/asia

Cheng Cheng Loo is the manager of Intel’s Education initiative in Asia. She is responsible for overseeing the development and management of Intel’s education programs across Australia, China, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

Cheng Cheng joined Intel in 1990 and has held a variety of positions in product planning and marketing prior to her role with Intel Education. She received a B.S. from Campbell University, U.S.A., in Computer Science and Mathematics.

Jeffrey Cao

Intel China Academic Relations Manager

Jeffrey’s main responsibility is to design and implement strategic programs related to China academia including universities, research institutions, and governmental technology & education initiatives. The programs cover areas such as Multi-Core architecture, HPC & Grid Computing, Wireless & Mobile Internet, and Technology Entrepreneurship. He also coordinates external research collaborations for Intel China R&D groups as the lead program manager of Intel China Research Council.

Prior to Intel, He worked at HP where he started as Technical Consultant, worked as Solution Business Consultant, and got promoted to Head of HP China IT School.

Jeffrey earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Peking University, and MBA from Fordham University.

Jolly Wang

Intel China Higher Education Manager

Jolly Wang is manager of Intel China higher education, her responsibilities include collaboration with key universities, government, industry 3rd parties and stakeholders of Intel internal business divisions, to create and implement long term and short term strategies and programs of Intel China higher Education, to enhance the collaboration between Intel and academia, accelerate academic ecosystem enabling and build good relationship with universities. She is responsible for bringing the latest Intel technologies into university curriculum, with focused on embedded system, multi-core, etc, she also manages the Intel fellowship and pipeline program, organizes campus lectures, academic faculty forum, students contest and other academic events to support Intel reach the goal of accelerating China higher education innovation.

Before Jolly joint Intel in May 2003, she was working at Texas Instruments (TI) for its corporate marketing & communications in China, with focus on public relations, corporate marketing and co-marketing programs management.

Jolly holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Management Information System (MIS) of Tianjin University of Commerce. She is member of China International Public Relations Association. Jolly is living in an educational family, her parents are both faculties of Mathematics.

Joselito Tulao

Intel Philippines Higher Education Manager

Jay Tulao is the Higher Education Manager for the Intel Cavite Site. He joined Intel Philippines in May 1999 as a Logistics Business Analyst focusing on the Year 2000 program. In 2000, he moved on to lead the Networking and Marketing programs of the Technology Business Group where he focused on marketing the site capabilities and facilitating the Technology MRC efforts. In 2003, he then took on the role of the site Higher Education Manager to lead the university liaison and efforts on curriculum development, researches and faculty development for the academe.

He graduated with a degree in the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of the Philippines in 1994 and a Masters in Business Management Degree from the Asian Institute of Management in 1999.

JoZell Johnson

Global Manager, Intel® Higher Education Program

JoZell Johnson is the Global Manager of the Intel® Higher Education program. She sets strategy and implementation plans for the global higher education program and serves as a direct link into Intel Research.

Her areas of interest include developing the next generation of engineers and computer scientists to continue technology breakthroughs. Exploring new methods to engage all students to explore engineering careers and utilize technology is an ongoing passion.

She has held various positions within Intel, beginning with Single Board Computers Division (before the PC), Real Time Operating Systems Division, Intel Supercomputer and Intel Education. Within her roles at Intel Education she has worked extensively in the Higher Education area, developing technical and curricula programs, student programs and fostering direct relationships with Tier One Research Universities.

JoZell combines her undergraduate technical degree in Computer Science and her MBA to translate the technical aspects of her role and communicate them to others.

Kai Qiao

Intel China TMG Higher Education Manager

Kai’s main responsibility is to design & implement the higher and vocational education programs for the branches of Intel technology and manufacturing group (TMG) in China, including the assembly-test factories in Shanghai, Chengdu and the new 12in Fab in Dalian. Most of his efforts are put in the curriculum enabling, talents pool development, and Intel-university join research in the manufacturing sciences and technologies.

Kai joined Intel China in Feb 2006 as a Quality and Reliability Engineer in the department of assembly-test technology development (ATTD) and started current position from Jun 2007. Before joining Intel, he had been working with Philips for 2 years as an assembly process development engineer in Philips China technology center.

Kai won his bachelor’s degree in material science in 2001, and his master’s degree in electronic package in 2004 from the same university, Huazhong University of science and technology.

Manav Subodh

Intel India Higher Education Program Manager

Manav Subodh joined Intel Technology India in 2004. He leads Intel India Higher Education Programs with an objective to foster academia-Intel engagement in technology areas of strategic importance to India site. His main charter is to expand the R&D capabilities in India academia, build skilled pipeline to meet the IT workforce requirements of the industry and develop the technology ecosystem to support new technology adoption.

Manav’s current charter is to drive Multi-Core University Program, technology entrepreneur and incubation programs in engineering institutes of India. He represents Intel in various industry forums and works closely with the government and various industry bodies to help drive a change in the university ecosystem across India. He is an engineer in Electronic and Telecommunications and has done his Masters in Business Administration (MBA).

Mohd Hasri Mohd Harizan

Intel Malaysia Higher Education Manager

Mohd Hasri Mohd Harizan is the Higher Education Program Manager for the Intel Malaysia. He joined Intel Malaysia in January 1997 as a Production Superintendent focusing on Chipset Operation and managing a group of Manufacturing Specialist to achieve production output and goal. In 2001, he joined the Government & Public Affairs department and took the role of the site Higher Education Manager to lead the university liaison and efforts on technical seminar, curriculum development, researches and faculty development for the academe.

He graduated with a degree in the Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Utara Malaysia in 1995.

Naoko Yanagihara

Intel K.K., Education Program Manager - Japan

Graduated with a degree in the Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Studies from Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan.

Joined Toppan Printing Co. Ltd, Tokyo, Japan and worked in Technology Development Division.

Graduated with MBA from Monterey Institute of International Studies, CA, USA.

Joined ITT World Directories (later VNU World Directories) and worked in a joint venture company with NTT in Tokyo, Japan as product development manager and sales support manager.

Joined Intel K.K., Tokyo Japan in 1999 as Internet Marketing Manager and managed consumer focused company website.

Took Education Program Manager position since 2004.

Nguyen Thu Trang

Trang is the Higher Education Manager for Intel Vietnam from 2007. Trang’s main responsibilities include setting directions for the HE program in Vietnam through working with Vietnam universities, Ministry of Education and Training on joint curriculum development and research projects and setting up joint labs, working with internal customers and across teams with the aim of driving the development and implementation of higher education program strategies mapped to Intel’s business goals and growth in Vietnam.

Before joining Intel, Trang had 10 year working experience as project manager for Nouvelle Planete, a Swiss-based NGO, English lecturer for Hanoi University of Business and Management and project assistant for Japan International Cooperation Agency in IT training and capacity building for IT Training Institute, National University Hanoi and Hanoi Agricultural University respectively.

Trang received a bachelor's degree in English language from Hanoi University of Foreign Studies (now named as Hanoi University) in 1998, a bachelor's degree in Foreign Trade from Hanoi Foreign Trade University in 2003 and a master degree in International Relations from International University of Japan in 2005.

Rachel Liu

Intel Taiwan Education Program Manager

Rachel is responsible for all Taiwan local education related programs including Intel ISEF (Intel International Science and Engineering Fair), Higher Education Program, Intel® Teach Program (Intel's teacher training program) and Intel Computer Clubhouse.

Rachel has accumulated solid sales/marketing and project management experiences from her previous jobs at IT companies including business manager at Gartner, responsible for strategic positioning and business development of Gartner research and consulting in Taiwan. Also she works as senior marcom specialist for Adventech, responsible for product marketing and channel incentive program. Before the career in IT industry, Rachel was a journalist and executive producer of Chinese TV System, responsible for the production of "International Watchtower" (an in-depth and knowledge-wise weekly program featuring latest international events).

Rachel obtained her M.A. degree in International Law and Relations from National Cheng-chi University and B.A. degree in Diplomacy also from NCU.

Siek Kah Hee

Intel Malaysia Education Program Manager

Graduated with a degree in the Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics in 1989 and a PhD degree in Condensed Matter Physics in 1994 from Wesleyan University in United States focusing in wide band-gap semiconductor defects.

Joined Intel Malaysia in May 1995 as a Failure Analysis Engineer in the Quality and Reliability department and instrumental in enabling successful Intel 0.25, 0.18 and 0.13 um technology Physical Failure Analysis. He then built the Physical Failure Analysis competency for the Malaysia Site Failure Analysis and also enabling Physical Failure Analysis in various other Intel Assembly Test Manufacturing sites.

In 2000, he then took on the challenge as the Intel Malaysia Site Technical Lab Manager.

In 2004, he embarked on a different position as the Intel Malaysia Education Program manager till today. He is not new to the education programs prior to joining the team as he has been a key contributor in the higher education efforts collaborating with local universities in pipeline and research development.

He has published 8 technical papers while in graduate school and 6 more technical papers while working in Intel.