Rosalind Hudnell is a recognized global leader who has influenced rooms and stages from the White House to Davos
Her teams operated in nearly two dozen countries and last served as Vice President of Human Resources for Intel Corporation along with being Chair & President of the Intel Foundation. As Intel’s first Chief Diversity Officer, she delivered the strategy that achieved industry leading results including launching Intel’s Diversity in Technology initiative, a multiyear effort, backed by a $1 billion investment to accelerate diversity and inclusion across the technology industry at large. Roz is a recognized trailblazer in driving diversity data transparency and focused strategies on race and gender. She directed the development of the 10k Engineer’s Initiative for President Barack Obama’s U.S. Council on Jobs and Competitiveness and served as a consultant to the development of the documentary film Girl Rising. Roz continues to be widely known for directing the implementation of the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network, a global, award-winning program bringing leading-edge technology to underserved youth around the world which served as the basis for Intel’s entry into community education focused in closing the digital divide.
She has served on the Center for Talent Innovation Board of Directors, the Global Business Coalition for Education Advisory Board, the World Economic Forum “Internet for All” Steering Committee and remains a member of the Executive Leadership Council and Board of Trustees for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Roz lead a decade of research focused on equity and inclusion including serving as the co-author of the research report “The Battle for Female Talent” published in the Harvard Business Review. She was selected as a “Woman Helping the World” by Forbes Magazine and 10×10, Ebony Magazine Power100 List, Fast Company Magazine one of the most creative leaders in business; and was presented with the Triumph Award by the National Action Network. In 2016, Intel presented her with a lifetime achievement award for her impact on diversity and inclusion at Intel. She is currently Chairing the Commission on Justice & Equity for Stanford Medicine.