- Ann-Marie Holmes, Fab 24 Factory Manager at Intel Ireland, was recently named as the ‘Woman in Technology’ category winner at this year’s Women Mean Business Awards
- The awards, which are held in conjunction with the Women Mean Business Conference, are designed to recognise the outstanding achievements of Ireland’s businesswomen
Ann-Marie Holmes, Fab 24 Factory Manager at Intel Ireland, was recently named as the ‘Woman in Technology’ category winner at this year’s Women Mean Business Awards.
The awards, which are designed to recognise the outstanding achievements of Ireland’s businesswomen, took place recently in conjunction with the Women Mean Business Conference which is now in its 6th year.
Ann-Marie Holmes, Intel Ireland, is pictured with her Women Mean Business award
Ann-Marie was selected as the award winner from a number of finalists which included Barbara Anne Murphy from Equilume/UCD, Lavinia Morris of Friends First, Orla Cox from Symantec Ltd, Orla Sheridan of Microsoft Ireland and Grainne Barry of AnotherFriend.com.
Commenting at the award ceremony Ann-Marie said “I am delighted and honoured to receive the Woman In Technology of the Year award. The Women Mean Business awards are an important means of encouraging women to participate, prosper, and lead in our economy. I believe that women play a fundamental role in bringing to the workplace a diversity of experiences, identities and situations and recognising the female leaders in our industry, and indeed in Ireland, is a valuable thing to do”.
Ann-Marie has contributed to the success of Intel Ireland since she first joined the company in 1991 as a process engineer and has progressed through the ranks in Intel Ireland. In 2011 she was promoted to her current role as Intel’s Fab 24 Factory Manager.
In this position Ann-Marie is responsible for all aspects of advanced manufacturing taking place in fab 24 on the existing 65nm technology node whilst preparing her team for the transfer of a leading edge process technology in the future.
Ann-Marie demonstrated her technical leadership and innovation by spearheading the most successful process startup in Intel’s history worldwide in 2004. Ann-Marie’s passion for technology has led her to be considered in Intel Worldwide as a leading expert in wafer fabrication and regularly travels to other Intel sites to lead and facilitate task force meetings.
Ann-Marie was the originator of the women in technology pipeline which was designed to create opportunities for female technical employees to participate in leadership and management development.
Ann-Marie is married to Paul and has two children – Cian 14 years old and Ruth 11 years old.
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