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Title: VP of Intel
Location: San Francisco, United States
Fields of operation: Digital, Technology
Sandra E. Lopez is VP for Intel Sports responsible for partnering with the sports industry to transform how sports are played and watched. Her team is focused on leading the business, marketing, and market development efforts of Intel Sports and Intel Studios. In addition, her team works closely with the partners to develop go-to-market strategies focused on driving business growth. Previously, she was within Intel’s New Technology Group, leading and managing the Fashion wearable business. In this role, Lopez was a vocal advocate for the convergence between fashion and technology. Prior to her current position, she was director of strategic partnerships for fashion and fitness, with responsibility for defining and carrying out Intel’s business strategy for wearables technology. Earlier in her Intel career, Lopez held various roles within corporate marketing, including director of new business marketing and director of consumer marketing. In the latter role, she led Intel’s brand repositioning work to earn an Intel Achievement Award in 2010. She also earned industry honors. In 2013, she won a Marketers That Matter award, a program that recognizes top marketing executives in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 2015, she was named among the Top 10 Latina Executives by LATINA Style Inc. Before joining Intel in 2005, Lopez worked at Adobe Systems Inc., Macromedia, Computer Associates International Inc. and several other technology companies. Lopez holds a bachelor’s of science degree in economics and textiles and clothing from the University of California at Davis. In addition, she attended the Stanford Intel Accelerator Program. She is an active member of several Intel organizations focused on both women and Latino advancements, including Intel’s Hispanic Leadership Council and Pay It Forward Program. As part of contributing to the community, she is focused on building the next generation of female leaders.