HR Program Manager
"Intel demands rigor but the benefits (health care coverage, retirement planning, flexible work hours/telecommuting, sabbatical, etc.) still allow for great work/life balance."
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What cool opportunity or project have I had while working at Intel?
Some of the most amazing opportunities are offshoots of the actual work I've done. I had dinner on top of a mountain in Costa Rica and played badminton in the Philippines.
What's my career path been at Intel?
In Sales and Marketing Group: Program Manager > People Manager> Vendor Manager. In College Staffing > Program Manager.
Do I participate in any Intel networks or groups?
I've been involved in the WIN (Women in Intel) network and, in fact, this year I managed the registration process for Oregon's annual WIN conference. We had nearly 1,000 Intel women in attendance.
What do I do when I'm NOT at work?
Besides laundry? There is usually a home maintenance or yard project underway at my house. I'm also an avid book reader. Because I also like to cook, I'm currently focused on improving my speed on the treadmill doing interval sprints.
What's the coolest gadget I've bought lately?
My iPod* — it's helping me reach my speed goals on the treadmill!
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