Raejeanne is vice president in the Data Center Group and general manager of the Cloud Service Provider Group at Intel Corporation. She manages Intel’s business, roadmap and customer engagements for public cloud infrastructure deployments and leads the team responsible for working closely with the world’s largest cloud service providers to optimize Intel’s data center solutions for their unique needs. Before assuming her current position in 2014, she was director of marketing for big data and cloud computing at Intel. She was responsible for creating new business opportunities, developing and optimizing products, and establishing industry thought leadership for Intel in these segments. During her six-year tenure in that role, she spearheaded the creation of the Open Data Center Alliance, a global IT consortium intended to serve as the voice of IT requirements for open data center technology, and led the team that successfully extended the Intel brand to cloud services through the Powered by Intel Cloud Technology program. Earlier in her Intel career, she held various leadership roles in product marketing, strategic analysis, demand creation and business development. She also spent two years with Intel Online Services, an Intel subsidiary that provided co-location and managed hosting services. She has won three Intel Achievement Awards since joining the company in 1994 — in 2012 for collaborating with large cloud services providers to create optimized products and strategies; in 2014 for leading Intel’s go-to-market strategy for Intel® Atom™ processors; and in 2015 for strengthening Intel’s presence in the data center marketplace. She earned her bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from Pepperdine University and her MBA from Marylhurst University.