Intel Corporation has recruited April Miller Boise as executive vice president and chief legal officer (CLO) to head up the company’s global legal, trade and government affairs team, effective July 6. She will report directly to Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger.
Miller Boise succeeds Steven Rodgers, who retired earlier this year after more than 20 years at Intel. Susie Giordano, corporate vice president and corporate secretary, was appointed as the company’s interim general counsel.
Miller Boise is joining Intel from power company Eaton, where she has been executive vice president and CLO since 2020. Before joining Eaton, she was senior vice president, CLO and corporate secretary for Meritor. She also sits on the board of Trane Technologies.
According to her LinkedIn profile, her experience also includes serving as vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary at Veyance Technologies, formerly known as Goodyear Engineered Products, and being an attorney with Thompson Pine.
Gelsinger says in a statement ‘With more than 25 years of experience across global markets and several industries, April is the rare combination of innovative business leader and talented attorney. Our ambitious goals for Intel are set against an increasingly complex legal and policy environment, and April’s breadth of skills and experience make her a critical addition to our leadership team as we pursue the largest transformation in the company’s history.’