AMD Deepens Senior Management and Technical Leadership Bench
“We believe the opportunities ahead of us are tremendous as we execute on our long-term strategy and exciting product roadmap,” said
AMD Corporate Fellow
Clark’s appointment to AMD corporate fellow is based on his outstanding leadership role in developing CPU core architectures, notably the “Zen” microarchitecture – the critical base for high-performance AMD Ryzen™, AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ and AMD EPYC™ processors. Clark will continue to oversee CPU core strategy, design and roadmap. Promotion to AMD fellow is an honor bestowed to the most accomplished innovators, and is based on specific technical contributions, industry involvement and talent mentoring.
AMD Senior Vice President of Global Computing and Graphics Sales and President EMEA Darren Grasby
As senior vice president of global Computing and Graphics sales and president of AMD operations in EMEA, Grasby leads AMD’s worldwide sales to PC manufacturers and channel partners, and provides senior executive oversight for AMD’s EMEA employees, operations and reputation with customers and partners. Since joining AMD in 2007, Grasby has held a variety of management roles and led teams that drove successful adoption of AMD Ryzen™, AMD Radeon™ and previous generations of computing and graphics processors globally.
AMD Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
As senior vice president and chief human resources officer, Gama leads the global AMD human resource (HR) organization, which includes talent management, recruitment, compensation and benefits, learning and development, and HR systems and operations. Gama is responsible for driving the HR strategy and structure to support the company’s business priorities. Gama has spent the last five years leading efforts to transform HR practices and operations within AMD across multiple leadership positions, most recently as chief talent officer.
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