Tech companies have increasingly been feeling the investor pressure to refresh their board of directors. Several companies are focusing on diversity and adding female directors. Here we have compiled the female board appointments in tech from June 10 to September 16, 2017.
Accenture Appoints Estee Lauder’s CFO Tracey T. Travis, 55, as Board Member
PayPal appoints media exec and President, BBC Worldwide Ann Sarnoff, 55, to its Board of Directors
Intuit appointed Deborah (Deb) Liu, leader of Facebook's developer and commerce businesses, to its board
Paychex’s board has appointed most recent EVP & CMO of FireEye Kara Wilson, 47, to board. Wilson is now CMO at Rubrik
Semiconductor company Texas Instruments names SVP Brian Crutcher, 39, to head its Analog business, and SVP Greg Delagi, 49, to lead its Embedded Processing business. Crutcher, is a 17-year TI veteran who most recently led the company's Embedded Processing business comprised of microcontrollers and digital signal processors. Under his leadership, this business gained substantial market share and increased new product introductions. In assuming responsibility for the company's Analog business, Brian replaces Gregg Lowe, who has left TI to become CEO at Freescale Semiconductor.