Diane M. Bryant is a global technology leader with more than three decades of executive leadership in the global semiconductor industry, enterprise IT solution development and deployment, and cloud computing services. serves as the Chairman and CEO of Neural Analytics, a company focused on addressing brain heath using a patented neuro-technology, AI and robotics to unlock access to cerebral vascular data. Prior, she served as the Chief Operating Officer of Google Cloud from 2017 to 2018, where she focused on accelerating the scale and reach of Google Cloud’s business, including optimization of the global supply chain, acceleration of customer adoption, and development of next-generation information technology solutions. Prior to Google, Diane spent 32 years at Intel, the last five years as Group President of Intel’s Data Center Group, the worldwide organization that develops server, storage and network platforms for the digital services economy, growing it to $19 billion in revenue in 2017. Before becoming Group President, Diane was Intel’s Corporate Vice President and Chief Information Officer, responsible for the corporate-wide information technology solutions and services that enable Intel’s business. She is currently a board member of the privately held Ownzones, a SaaS AI-driven platform for media post-production. Diane was elected to the United Technologies Corp (UTC) board of directors in December 2016 and serves on the audit and finance committees. She was elected to the Broadcom Inc. board of directors on January 2019 and serves on the compensation committee. She also serves on the UC Davis Chancellor’s Board of Advisors and UC Davis College of Engineering Board of Advisors. Diane was named among Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Business in 2015 and 2016 and is a tireless advocate for women and underrepresented minorities in the fields of engineering and technology. In 2020, Becker’s Heathcare named Diane one of 7 leaders affecting health IT. Business Insider ranked her #6 among the Most Powerful Female Engineers in 2018. In 2016, World Affairs and its Global Philanthropy Forum honored her with its Global Citizen Award. She received her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from U.C. Davis in 1985. She attended Stanford Graduate School of Business, completing the Executive Program in 2011. She holds four U.S. patents in mobile computing.