Natalie has led the Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Working Group (EE HPC WG) since its inception in 2010. Natalie has been the technical and executive leader for this ‘open source’ working group that disseminates best practices, shares information (peer to peer exchange), and takes collective action. Prior to leading the EE HPC WG, Natalie's career spanned twenty years with Intel Corporation where she was a senior manager of highly complex programs taking new products to market, delivering multi-component and multi-partner platforms, and negotiating strategic technical industry initiatives. She is a strong advocate and effective agent for organizational change, transition and process improvement. Her broader interest is to influence human’s impact on the planet by promoting sustainability and leveraging her extensive experience with computing and collaboration. Natalie has a BA in Sociology from Reed College and studied Electrical Engineering at Sacramento State University, California.
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