Intel recently added public health expert Risa Lavizzo-Mourey to its board of directors.
Currently the PIK Professor of Health Equity and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, Lavizzo-Mourey was the former CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She specializes in health policy and geriatric medicine.
“Risa knows how to lead a large organization tackling complex issues, and brings extensive public-company board experience,” board chair Andy Bryant said. “We’ve worked to make sure the board has the right skills and backgrounds to be strong stewards in our dynamic industry.”
Lavizzo-Mourey also holds a board membership with manufacturer General Electric Co., oil and gas company Hess Corporation, and Smithsonian Institution Board of Regents.
“We know she will bring a unique and important perspective to our board as we continue to drive diversity and inclusion within Intel and the technology industry,” said Barbara Whye, Intel’s chief diversity and inclusion officer.
Lavizzo-Mourey earned her medical degree from Harvard Medical School, and holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.