Stuart C. Pann

  • BS Electrical Engineering 1981

After graduating from Michigan Tech, Stuart Pann joined Intel in 1981 and held several management positions within the company’s sales organization before moving into an operations role in 1999 as the director of microprocessor marketing and business planning for the Desktop Products Group. At Intel, Stuart became co-general manager of customer fulfillment, planning, and logistics, managing the company’s global supply chain and logistics network. Today, Stuart is Intel’s vice president of the Sales and Marketing Group and general manager of the Business Management Group, overseeing business management functions for all Intel microprocessor and chipset operations.

In addition to his bachelor’s in electrical engineering from Michigan Tech, Stuart also earned his MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Stuart currently volunteers his support to the Computer History Museum (Mountain View, California), serves on the Master of Supply Chain Management Corporate Advisory Council at the Ross School, and is on the Boards of Directors of the Churchill Club (for Silicon Valley business and technology leaders) and the Tech Museum in San Jose, California.

Excerpted from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Academy induction ceremony program August 2012