Rosalind L. Hudnell
Chief Diversity Officer, Global Director of Education & External Relations
Rosalind L. Hudnell currently serves as Chief Diversity Officer and Global Director of Education & External Relations for Intel Corporation. In this role, she oversees Intel's strategic approach to the development of diverse workforce worldwide, college relations and the global branding and marketing of Intel’s image as workplace of choice.
A 14-year Intel veteran, Hudnell has held various management positions in community relations, government relations, charitable contributions, media outreach, employee volunteerism, and workforce development at the company. She is widely known for directing the implementation of the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network, a global award-winning program bringing leading-edge technology to underserved youth around the world. Hudnell has over 20 years of experience in similar positions in the publishing and cable television industries, where she was instrumental in implementing a variety of technology training programs funded through the California Employment Training Panel, United States Department of Labor & Education, and numerous private sector corporations.
She is readily sought after to speak on a variety of topics related to workforce development, community development, and leadership. She serves on the board of directors for Center for Work-Life Policy, is the Board Executive Vice President of the National GEM Consortium and serves on key national committees including the Hidden Brain Drain Task Force Steering Committee and the Asia Pacific Leadership Forum.
Hudnell has received numerous awards, including Black Engineer of the Year for Corporate Promotion of Education, Ruth Standish Baldwin Award, Martin Luther King Jr. Association Good Neighbor Award, and recognition from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 100 Black Women, the Sacramento Observer magazine and the Greater Sacramento Urban League’s President’s Award. Hudnell completed her undergraduate studies in management at St. Mary's College and has done specific study at UCLA Anderson School of Management. She is a Senior Fellow through the American Leadership Forum.