CIO Symposium Contributor

Kim Stevenson

Corporate VP & CIO


Symposium Roles

Speaker/Panelist 2013
CIO Award Finalist 2013


Kimberly "Kim" Stevenson is corporate vice president and Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Intel Corporation. She is responsible for the corporate-wide use of Information Technology (IT). Intel's IT organization delivers leading technology solutions and services that enable Intel's business strategies for growth and efficiency. The IT organization is comprised of over 6,000 IT professionals worldwide.

Previously, Stevenson was vice president and general manager of Intel's Global IT Operations and Services. In this role she led both the strategic and tactical support of Intel's world-wide infrastructure components, including Data Centers, Network and Telecommunications, Enterprise Application Support, Client computing and a 24x7 internal Service Desk.

Prior to joining Intel, Stevenson spent seven years at the former EDS, now HP enterprise services, holding a variety of positions including vice president of Worldwide Communications, Media and Entertainment (CM&E) Industry Practice, and vice president of Enterprise Service Management where she oversaw the global development and delivery of enterprise services. Before joining EDS, Stevenson spent 18 years at IBM holding several executive positions including vice president of Marketing and Operations of the eServer iSeries division.

Stevenson obtained a bachelor's degree from Northeastern University. She holds a master's degree in business administration from Cornell University where she is an appointed member of the Cornell University Johnson School Advisory Board. She also serves on the board of directors of Riverbed Technology.

"It is an honor to be a finalist for the prestigious MIT CIO award, reflecting the hard work and innovative solutions delivered by the entire Intel IT Team. At Intel, we have a track record of IT operational excellence and are extending our impact and influence to provide greater business value as Intel diversifies and grows."