"In my first rotation I was a Pathfinding Business Indicators Analyst. One of my top projects was analyzing the Socket Pricing of suppliers and highlighting areas to reduce costs. As a result I made an impact in saving about $500 million!"
What cool project have I had the opportunity to work on at Intel?
In my first rotation, I got to work with the Pathfinding products. My focus was on reducing product costs prior to manufacturing. I was able to work specifically with the Intel® Centrino® processor technology and with the first Intel® AtomTM processor.
What Intel training opportunities or development programs have I taken advantage of?
I've had the opportunity to receive training directly from Senior Financial Analysts and Ops Partners in many different areas, and participate in the Intel Mentor program. I've also taken a tremendous amount of online and instructor led courses through Intel University.
How do I give back to my community?
I sit on the board of directors for NHBA (National Hispanic Business Association), where I've been a member for six years. Being involved with the community is one of my passions. I'm able to be a role model and mentor to undergrad business students.
What do I do when I'm NOT at work?
I like to spend time at home, cooking for friends, drinking wine, preparing the best coffees, watching international movies, and painting abstract art on small canvas. I also enjoy going out with friends for hikes or dancing, or chill out at a local bar to catch up on day-to-day life challenges.
What's the coolest website that I've discovered lately?
The coolest website I've found is www.hulu.com. I get to see all the shows I've missed during the weekday. These days I've enjoyed watching "Wall street Warriors."
What's the coolest gadget that I've bought lately?
I got the iPhone* about a year ago and would not trade it for another phone, perhaps the 3G edition.
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