When it comes to securing customer data, there is clearly strength in numbers. Layer upon securely connected layer, we’re increasing the complexity of data protection technology. What we are discovering along the way, is the extraordinary innovation made possible when … Read more
Michelle Tinsley is the director of the Mobility & Secure Payments team in the Retail Solutions Division. In this capacity, she is responsible for Intel’s efforts in setting global strategy for retail mobility devices and defining product strategies to solve end retailer problems. During her 23-year span at Intel, Tinsley has progressed from controller proxy in Copenhagen, Denmark, to supporting the Embedded Computing Group in various controller positions, and then General Manager of the Personal Solutions Division. Outside of Intel, Tinsley is an active member of the Arizona State University Dean’s Council of 100, a hand-selected group of professional thought-leaders who council the W. P. Carey School of Business in both undergraduate and post-graduate degrees. Michelle is also an active angel investor in the Arizona Technology Investment group and also serves on the board of directors for Ubora, a small biz IT solutions firm. Tinsley received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon and an MBA from Arizona State University.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
2014 will kick off with an invigorating start for the retail world with the 103rd Annual National Retail Foundation (NRF) show in New York City. At this year’s conference, we expect to see a lot of excitement around solutions that … Read more >
What’s it like to be an Intel Executive jet setting from one place to another? Intel General Manager Michelle Tinsley give you a peek into the amazing week she had at both CES 2012 & NRF 2012… Read more >
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the World Retail Congress in Berlin. The event is sponsored by Oracle and they did a fantastic job of bringing together leaders in the retail industry as well as companies that bring technology leadership … Read more >
So, like any good social engagement, I thought that, before I start blogging regularly, I should probably spend a little time & introduce myself. Obviously my name is Michelle Tinsley and I’ve been with Intel almost 19 years, but all … Read more >