Todd Brady is the Global Environmental Manager for Intel Corporation. In this role, he directs Intel’s global environmental initiatives and strategy by leading corporate-wide environmental programs such as climate change, water conservation, waste minimization, sustainability and green design. Since joining Intel in 1995, Todd has led a wide range of environmental initiatives within the company, ranging from key public regulatory and policy engagements to design for environment programs at semiconductor and assembly test manufacturing sites. Prior to his existing role, he spent more than 5 years creating Intel’s product ecology strategy, establishing programs to develop environmentally friendly products and leading product-related initiatives such as lead-free development, energy efficiency, product stewardship and product recycling. During his 14 years at Intel, Todd has represented the company publicly and led industry-wide initiatives in many national and international environmental committees including: co-chair of the American Electronics Association (AEA) China RoHS Steering Committee, chair of the Semiconductor Research Council’s (SRC) EHS Nano-electronics Consultative Working Group, chair of the Electronic Industry Alliance (EIA) Material Declaration Committee and chair of the High Density Packaging User Group (HDPUG) Design for Environment Committee. Todd has authored and published more than 20 papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings on a variety of environmental topics. In 2009, he was named by Scientific American as one of ten outstanding leaders involved in research, business or policy pursuits that have advanced science and technology.Todd received his BS in chemical engineering from Brigham Young University and MS in environmental engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.