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Linda Qian

Linda Qian

Linda focuses on CSR communications both internally and externally with Intel's global Corporate Responsibility Office. She graduated in December 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Resource Studies from the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources.

Follow Linda on Twitter at @lindalqian and @Intelinvolved. She is also active on LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook and Instagram.
RECENT BLOG POSTS

G(irls)20 Summit

This blog was posted on behalf of Karen Spencer, Intel’s Director of Global Education Integration. Last week, 21 girls (ages 18-20) from around the world came together for the G(irls)20 Summit in France, in advance of the G20 meeting, to debate, discuss and develop recommendations for the leaders of the world’s most powerful nations. After three days […] Read more >

Green IT update

This blog was posted on behalf of Elaine Rainbolt, Industry Engagement Manager in our IT@Intel department. Intel was selected as one of Computerworld’s Top Green-IT vendors for 2011. Computerworld identified organizations that are implementing IT best practices to reduce energy consumption in IT equipment and are using technology to conserve energy and lower carbon emissions. […] Read more >

Continuing to strive for “Conflict-Free” in the DRC

This entry was posted on behalf of Carolyn Duran, “Conflict Free Minerals” program manager at Intel. About a month ago, I shared some exciting news about Intel’s participation in a program called “Solutions for Hope” in which we are participating in a pilot with AVX, among others, to establish a process that can deliver conflict-free […] Read more >

A Milestone on our Journey to Change the World

This entry was posted on behalf of Shelly Esque, Vice President, Legal and Corporate Affairs Group, Director of Corporate Affairs, Intel Corporation Five years is a milestone. I remember my first five years at Intel and the intense period of learning it entailed–learning a new organizational culture, the language of Intel, and how to get […] Read more >

IESC Ecuador: Week Two

The Intel Education Service Corps (IESC) is a short-term service and career development opportunity for a select group of Intel employees to travel to a developing country to support the deployment of Intel-powered Classmate PCs. In this blog, Brett Buyack, a technology expert from Intel HR, recaps his team’s second week of experiences in Ecuador. […] Read more >

IESC Ecuador: New classmate PCs & The World Banana Queen

This post kicks off our fall series of IESC blogs; the Intel Education Service Corps (IESC) is a short-term service and career development opportunity for a select group of Intel employees to travel to a developing country to support the deployment of Intel-powered classmate PCs. In this blog, Brett Buyack, a technology expert from Intel […] Read more >

Power of Dreams and Imagination

This entry was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Global Manager, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Consider this.. “People rarely do what they can’t dream of doing. We need to ignite the imagination and dreams of potential entrepreneurs” And this.. “People rarely… Read more >

Power of Dreams and Imagination

This entry was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Global Manager, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Consider this.. “People rarely do what they can’t dream of doing. We need to ignite the imagination and dreams of potential entrepreneurs” And this.. “People rarely… Read more >

Power of Dreams and Imagination

This entry was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Global Manager, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Consider this.. “People rarely do what they can’t dream of doing. We need to ignite the imagination and dreams of potential entrepreneurs” And this.. “People rarely do what they don’t see others like themselves doing. We need to “put a face” […] Read more >

We Need Your Vote!

I’ve been waiting since August to share this news with you – Intel, the Intel Foundation, and our amazing non-profit partner Society for Science & the Public have been selected as a finalist for the 2011 Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) Corporate Citizenship Partnership Award for our work on Intel ISEF®, Intel STS, and the SSP Fellows […] Read more >