IT Business Operations Manager
"Realizing that you are a small part of a global team required to keep Intel running really enlarges your world."
What's the biggest misconception that I think people have about working at Intel?
I would hate for folks to think that because we are a processor design and manufacturing company that Intel is a boring place to work. Intel's desire to constantly better the company, its position, and the products it delivers results in an intense and creative work environment.
How do I give back to my community?
I've participated in several volunteer activities from SMART (reading with children) to helping at the food bank to visiting a local youth shelter. Intel has helped me explore a wide range of volunteering activities by allowing me to pull my volunteering experiences into my work day.
Why do I think Intel is a great place to work?
Intel always inspires you to be better. I feel supported to achieve great things at work and at home through various benefit programs available. I am confident that the only roadblock I have in achieving what I want at Intel is myself alone—and that is a great feeling!
What do I do when I'm NOT at work?
Playing volleyball, painting, hiking, playing with my son, interior decorating, traveling
What's the coolest gadget that I'd like to buy?
I would like to purchase an Amazon Kindle so that I can have a James Patterson book anywhere I travel without toting around extra luggage.
If I could live and work abroad for a year, where would I go?
I would go to New Zealand. I studied aboard there during my time at Georgia Tech and the culture is so relaxed. The people are extremely friendly and the culture is all about living life to the fullest.
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