Executive in Residence and Intel Vice President, Intel Capital
Maxine Fassberg is a Vice President of Intel Corporation and was the General Manager of Intel Israel 2007-17. Previously, she was also the plant manager of Intel's Fab 28, which won the Intel Quality Award for 22nm ramp. She was responsible for manufacturing operations, including planning, product output and cost effectiveness, for Intel's manufacturing facility in Qiryat Gat, Israel. Ms. Fassberg, who joined the company in 1983, has also received two Intel Achievement Awards in connection with inter-die electric material problem resolution. She was inducted into the Women in Technology Hall of Fame, presented the Israel Industry Award by the Manufacturers Association of Israel and the prestigious Hugo Ramniceanu Prize in Economics, and identified as one of CNN's 10 Most Powerful Women in Tech, among many other honors. Ms. Fassberg received a master's degree in applied chemistry from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1978. She sat on the managerial committee of the Bank of Israel and sits on the Board of Directors of the Hebrew University.