Andrea Goldsmith

Dean of engineering and applied science and professor of engineering, Princeton University

Dr. Andrea J. Goldsmith was elected to Intel’s board of directors in July 2021 and joined the board in September 2021 as an independent director. Goldsmith serves as dean of engineering and applied science and the Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Princeton University.

Prior to Princeton University, Goldsmith served on the faculty of Stanford University from 1999 to 2020 in various roles, including as the Stephen Harris Professor of Engineering. Starting in 2010, Goldsmith co-founded and served as the chief technology officer at Plume WiFi (formerly Accelera Inc.), a provider of software-defined wireless networking technology. And beginning in 2005, Goldsmith co-founded and served as chief technology officer for Quantenna Communications (formerly mySource Communications Inc.), a producer of silicon chipsets designed for high-speed, wireless networking.

Goldsmith has served since 2019 on the board of directors of Medtronic and since 2018 on the board of Crown Castle International Corp., both public companies.  Goldsmith is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the founding chair of the IEEE board of directors Committee on Diversity, Inclusion and Ethics.

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