Prior to her current role at Intel, Laurie has managed efforts across digital marketing, product marketing, sales and IT including managing enterprise marketing for the Storage Group, managing the Digital Marketing team responsible for intel.com user experience & social media, lead the strategy & transformation for the internal adoption of social collaboration, co-launched the first external social community to engage customers and drove marketing initiatives to support the go-to-market efforts around business clients, wireless, network infrastructure & embedded applications.
In her life before Intel, Laurie worked for Forrester Research and Gateway, Inc. She is currently the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for Experience Matters, a Phoenix non-profit. Laurie holds a degree from The Ohio State University.
Todd leads all aspects of community life operations in DMB’s Verrado and Marley Park communities. Todd serves as chairman-elect for the Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce, immediate past chairman for West Valley Arts Council, board member of Surprise Sundancers and leadership council member for ASU’s Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation. He holds a Masters’ Degree in Human Services Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health Education. Todd resides in Buckeye, Arizona with his wife, Shelly, and their two sons, Tryndon and Trevin.
Babby has been in leadership positions in non-profit organizations for over 30 years. The focus of her work has been on organizational development, strategic planning and fund raising. Prior to joining ACE in May 1999, she served as senior director of Planning and Development at NAFSA: Association of International Educators and as Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at the National Foreign Language Center at The Johns Hopkins University. From 1982 to 1991, Babby served as the first Executive Director of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, an organization that promotes the study of Canada at colleges and universities in the United States. She built this start-up and led it for 10 years.
Babby is the author of several articles and the book The Play of Language and Spectacle in Selected Works of Gabrielle Roy. A native of Montreal, she holds a doctorate degree in French from Yale University.
John earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University; a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Arizona; and a Master of Science in Financial Services from The American College in Bryn Mawr.
Mr. Campbell is a member of the Financial Planning Association of Greater Phoenix; the Market Technicians Association; the Global Association of Risk Professionals; the Association of Financial Professionals; and the Chartered Alternative Investment Analysts Association® among other organizations. He is also an active member of Scottsdale Rotary and the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations. He holds over twenty-five financial industry designations all currently in good standing.
Prior to joining Deere & Company in April 2005, Emerson was Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, MassMutual Financial Group. Prior to that position, she was Vice President, Corporate Communications, Honeywell, Inc., where she earlier served as Director of Communications for Industrial Automation and Control. Emerson also served as associate instructor of business and technical communications at the University of Arizona, as well as associate instructor at the University of Utah. From 1971-72, Emerson taught English as a Peace Corps volunteer in Yap, Western Caroline Islands, Micronesia.
Emerson is author of the college textbook Technical Writing, published by Houghton Mifflin. She earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in English from Hofstra University and Kansas State, respectively. At Honeywell, she completed the Advanced Program for Directors offered by the Harvard School of Business.
Dr. Noone teaches for the Harvard Graduate School of Education in the MLE program on the topic of non-traditional higher education models. Dr. Noone’s legal experience includes 10 years as an attorney in general civil practice, licensed to practice in Iowa and Arizona, and serving as a Judge Pro Tem for the city of Chandler, Arizona.
Laura lives in Arizona with her husband and two children. Noone received her doctorate in higher education administration from The Union Institute. She received her juris doctor degree and master’s degree concurrently from the University of Iowa and her bachelor’s degree from the University of Dubuque in Dubuque, Iowa. She was named the Outstanding Alumnae for the institution in 2001.
Blake has 28 years of experience with Intel in Engineering, Manufacturing and Supply Chain. He spent 20 years in various roles within wafer manufacturing including engineering, manufacturing and planning. He spent his final 8 years as a Director of supply chain in the equipment and construction areas.
He holds a chemical engineering degree from the University of Cincinnati and a Master’s degree in education from Central Michigan University.
Blake retired from Intel in December of 2013. He spent 18 months as an Encore Fellow with Science Foundation Arizona focused on the AZ STEM Network. He currently is an adjunct professor of Chemistry.
Paula Satow is Director of Client Relations for School of Advanced Studies, the doctoral arm of University of Phoenix. She develops programs that foster engagement with education and business partners, doctoral alumni and regional campuses and communities. Paula has been with the University and its parent company, Apollo Education Group, for four years, and also served their Marketing and Internal Communications groups, developing faculty, alumni and B2B marketing and communications programs.
Paula is a brand marketing guru and founder of Satow Strategies LLC brand marketing consultancy. She has helped large and small companies and non-profits build world-class brand names, strategies, positioning, messaging and to develop an effective web presence. Paula is also founder of Buzzuka.com, a website to help people and companies craft their 30-second elevator pitch based on brain science and marketing best practices. Paula also enjoys spending time with family, exploring nature, writing and practicing tai chi.