Intel and Conflict Minerals: A Journey of Learning, Challenges and Leadership

Delivered July 24, 2012

Intel is a recognized leader in the development and implementation of conflict minerals business practices. Join this interactive session with an expert willing to share processes, challenges encountered and overcome, key questions to ask, how to map supply lines and what a due diligence framework might look like. Practical observations and information on available resources will also be addressed during an ample time for Q&A.

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Carolyn Duran, Ph.D.
Carolyn joined Intel in 1998 as a process engineer in the Portland Technology Development Group. In the next nine years Carolyn held technical and management positions in research and development groups, focusing on interconnects, polymer memory and wafer test methods. In 2007, Carolyn joined the Fab Materials group. She began leading the conflict minerals program for Intel in Apr 2011, and also manages a team of technologists who ensure our supply line meets worldwide Environmental Health and Safety regulatory requirements. Carolyn received her B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and her Ph.D. in the same field from Northwestern University.


John Yuva
Editor, Inside Supply Management®
Institute for Supply Management™