Intel’s Ann-Marie Holmes becomes a Fellow of the Irish Academy of Engineering

F24 Factory Manager and Intel VP Ann-Marie Holmes becomes a Fellow of the Irish Academy of Engineering

F24 Factory manager and Intel VP Ann-Marie Holmes

In early May, the council of the Irish Academy of Engineering invited Fab 24 Factory manager, Ann-Marie Holmes to become a Fellow of the Academy, to acknowledge her distinguished career in Engineering in Ireland. The ceremony took place at the Annual Fellows Lunch, in the President’s Room at the RDS in Ballsbridge, Tuesday May 1st.

Ann-Marie graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and Maths and joined Intel as a process engineer in 1991.In 2001 Ann-Marie became the p1262 Transfer manager. Progressing to leadership roles of increasing responsibility during her tenure, she was appointed Fab 24 Factory manager in 2012.

She is currently responsible for running the 14nm process technology node which was recently introduced to Ireland following a $5 billion investment by Intel to upgrade the Irish facilities. In 2016 she was made a Vice president of the Technology and Manufacturing Group, Intel Corporation.

Ann-Marie has spent her entire professional career in engineering roles at Intel and in that time has seen Fab 24 grow to one of Intel Corporation’s largest and most advanced high-volume manufacturing plants.

Ann-Marie is married to Paul and has two children; 19 year old Cian and 17 year old Ruth.

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