Monday 19 February 2018

Intel makes Roscommon woman Ann-Marie Holmes a vice president

Ann Marie Holmes, Intel
Ann Marie Holmes, Intel
Adrian Weckler

Adrian Weckler

Roscommon-born Ann-Marie Holmes has become the latest Irish woman to be made a vice president of chip giant Intel.

The Trinity College graduate has been the factory manager of Intel's Fab 24 advanced manufacturing facility in Leixlip, Co. Kildare, for the past four years. She has worked at Intel since 1991.

She is responsible for Intel’s manufacturing on the 14nm technology which was recently brought online following a $5 billion investment by Intel to upgrade the Irish facilities.

The Fab 24 plant employs more than 3,000 people.

There are now eight people who hold vice president positions in Intel, three of which are women.

Cork-born Ann Kelleher is corporate vice president and general manager of the Technology and Manufacturing Group. Eamonn Sinnott (general manager of Intel Ireland and Joe McDonnell (Fab 22 plant manager in Arizona are both vice presidents of Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group.

Rory McInerney, based at Intel's headquarters in Santa Clara, is vice president of Intel's Architecture Group, while Martin Curley is vice president of Intel Labs.

Philip Moynagh is vice president of the Internet of Things Group and US based Margaret Burgraff is vice president of the Software and Services Group.

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