Skyworks Appoints Kimberly Stevenson to its Board of Directors

Boards July 23, 2018


Skyworks Appoints Kimberly Stevenson to its Board of Directors

Accomplished Executive Brings Extensive Technology, Finance and Operational Background

Skyworks Solutions, Inc., an innovator of high performance analog semiconductors connecting people, places and things, announced that the company has appointed Kimberly S. Stevenson to its board of directors. Stevenson currently serves as senior vice president and general manager of Data Center Products and Solutions for Lenovo, a multinational technology company. Prior to joining Lenovo, she held various senior management positions in operations and information technology at Intel Corporation, serving as vice president and chief information officer. Stevenson also spent seven years at Electronic Data Systems with responsibility for information technology operations and global service delivery and more than 17 years at IBM in various finance and operational roles.

“Kimberly Stevenson is an outstanding addition to our board of directors,” said David J. Aldrich, Skyworks’ chairman of the board. “She brings extensive experience spanning technology, finance and operations. Her background will be invaluable to supporting our ambitious vision of Connecting Everyone and Everything, All the Time.”

“I am delighted to be joining Skyworks’ board of directors at this key growth phase,” said Stevenson. “With the proliferation of the Internet of the Things and advent of 5G, Skyworks is well positioned to capitalize on ubiquitous wireless connectivity. I look forward to leveraging my network infrastructure and cloud expertise to enhance Skyworks’ scalability.”

Stevenson, 56, currently serves on the board of directors for Boston Private Financial Holdings, a financial services firm focused on private banking and wealth management. She previously has held board positions with Cloudera, a private enterprise software company; Riverbed Technology, a publicly traded hardware and software developer; and the National Center for Women and Information Technology, a nonprofit organization. Stevenson graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, with a bachelor’s degree in business. She also earned a master’s in business administration from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

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