|Cornell University, S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, MBA||2001|
|Cornell University, MBA||2001|
Kim Stevenson is the CIO of Intel corporation as of January 2012. She joined Intel corporation in September 2009 as the vice president of Intel’s Global IT operations and services.
Kim is a member of the corporate joint operations team chartered to ensure operational excellence across Intel. Kim also represents Intel on the board of the National Center for Women in Technology.
Previously, Kim was Vice President of EDS’s (an HP company) Worldwide Communications, Media and Entertainment (CM&E) Industry practice. During her 7-year career with EDS, Kim also held the positions of vice president of Enterprise Service Management. Stevenson also held the position of vice president of Information Technology Outsourcing (ITO) Service Delivery. Previous to this role, Stevenson was vice president of Portfolio Management – Infrastructure Portfolio.
Before joining EDS, Stevenson served as the vice president of Marketing and Operations for the eServer iSeries division at IBM. During Stevenson’s 18-year career at IBM, she held several senior management positions including vice president of Finance and Operations for IBM’s Mid-Market Server division, director of Business Analysis for IBM’s Microelectronics division and controller for IBM’s Software division.
Stevenson is a recognized expert in the IT services industry. She was named one of the most powerful women in the technology channel by CMP Channel’s VARBusiness Magazine and selected as one of the “Women Worth Watching in 2008” by the Profiles in Diversity Journal. She is also a 2009 recipient of the Ascendancy Award for Business Women, Corporate Category. In addition, Stevenson has been quoted by numerous media outlets such as The New York Times, Forbes, Bloomberg and IT technology trade magazine eWeek.
Stevenson obtained a bachelor of science degree from Northeastern University. She holds a master of business administration degree from Cornell University where she is an appointed member of the Cornell University Johnson School Advisory Board.