Navin Shenoy is corporate vice president in the Client Computing Group and general manager of mobility client platforms at Intel Corporation. He leads strategy and product development and manages the profit and loss (P&L) for Intel's mobile computing product lines, including notebooks, 2 in 1 devices and tablets. Shenoy also oversees Intel's connectivity strategy, which encompasses the wireless communications P&L, client Ethernet solutions and Intel's Thunderbolt technology. Before assuming his current role, Shenoy was general manager for Intel Asia Pacific, where he was responsible for all sales, marketing and enabling of Intel products in the region. Earlier in his Intel career, Shenoy spent three years as technical assistant to former Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini. In that role, he assisted Otellini in the development and implementation of Intel's long-term corporate strategy and the daily management of Intel's global business. Shenoy joined Intel in 1995 and spent several years in a range of roles within Intel's sales and marketing organization. His positions included regional solutions manager for Southeast Asia, a Singapore-based role in which he was responsible for Intel's relationships with end users, independent software vendors and service providers; and Northern California district manager for Intel Online Services, where he worked closely with Google. Shenoy earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan and attended the Stanford Executive Program at Stanford University.