Yearly Archives: 2012

Investing in Skills Development: Girls and Digital Literacy

This blog was posted on behalf of Renee Kuriyan, Intel’s Director of Social Impact. “We have access to thousands of bits of information, millions, but why memorize something that you can just look up in 3 seconds? No, you should … Read more >

Intel recognized at the FTSE4Good Sir Mervyn Pedelty Awards

Today, Intel was honored in a ceremony at the London Stock Exchange – one of four companies recognized by FTSE4Good with the newly created awards named in honor of the late Sir Mervyn Pedelty, former Chief Executive of the Co-operative … Read more >

Closing the Sign Language Gap in China

This blog is the first post in our series “Creating a Better Future: Stories of Intel’s Impact Around the World”. In China, a shortage of sign language experts has caused a communications gap between deaf people and the hearing world. … Read more >

She Will Innovate: New Changemakers and Ashoka Fellows

“Ashoka knows that when women and girls have a chance to succeed, everybody wins,” said Ashoka President, Diana Wells. “The three winners in the ‘She Will Innovate’ competition are unlocking access to literacy, education, health information, and economic opportunity for … Read more >

The Power of Technology to Change Lives

This blog was posted on behalf of Shelly Esque, Intel’s Vice President of Legal and Corporate Affairs, and President of the Intel Foundation. Each November, The Tech Museum holds its annual black-tie event, The Tech Awards Gala, recognizing individuals or … Read more >

Creating and Measuring Shared Value: What’s so different about it?

At the annual Net Impact Conference held recently, we had the opportunity to participate in a shared value panel discussion centered on understanding how companies are deploying the concept of shared value, including new methodology on measuring shared value, developed … Read more >

Why Community Involvement Really Matters Now

  As a former New Yorker and current Arizona resident with most of my family and friends spread along the east coast, I’ve spent much of the last two weeks watching the terrible devastation from Sandy, and the subsequent snowstorm, … Read more >