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Jackie Sturm

Vice President and General Manager of Global Supply Management, Intel

Jackie Sturm is Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s multi-billion dollar Global Supply Management Group. She is responsible for all of Intel’s strategic sourcing and procurement worldwide, delivering on solutions that meet stringent objectives across a complex and diverse set of businesses, technologies, and supply ecosystems.  Her organization is frequently recognized for high performance as a 7-time winner of Intel’s prestigious Intel Quality and Achievement Awards and was most recently cited by Gartner as #4 in its Top 25 Global Supply Chains.  Jackie is a member of Intel’s Ethics and Compliance Oversight Committee, and directs the Supply Chain Environmental and Social Governance program, which includes Intel’s first-mover Conflict Minerals initiative.   

Jackie is passionate about life in general, but particularly economic regeneration, sustainability and people.  As a committed advocate of the criticality of value-added manufacturing, engineering and effective trade policies as the economic foundations of thriving societies, Jackie joined technology companies Hewlett Packard, start-up Ridge Computer, Apple, and Intel, where she has held various positions, including CFO for Technology & Manufacturing, and VP GM Global Supply and she has been called upon to testify to the US Senate Finance Committee and to support those principles. She was also a founding member of Intel’s investment arm, Intel Capital. As a leader, Jackie’s primary focus is on talent and professional growth of her entire team and she sponsors targeted advancement programs such as Women in Supply Chain Excellence to address the particular challenges faced by women in technology.  She is an active member of the Intel Network of Executive Women which is more broadly engaged in developing high potential women across the company.

Outside of work, Jackie is an avid hockey fan, and enjoys beekeeping, organic farming, baking and as much Zumba as possible to offset the effects of the baking.  

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