External Alliances

Through strong alliances with active national organizations, we drive industry-wide recognition of issues surrounding, as well as support for, the advancement of women, underrepresented minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. In addition to sponsoring many of the events hosted by these organizations, we also serve as trusted advisors, host panel discussions, provide keynote addresses, and collaborate on the development of relevant content.

Intel leaders serve as advisors, participate in benchmarking surveys, and sponsor targeted events via strategic relationships with major research, policy, and advisory organizations that are working on behalf of diversity.

Some of these external alliances include:

African American

  • Black Enterprise Magazine
  • National Society of Black Engineers
  • National Black MBA Association
  • National Urban League
  • United Negro College Fund


  • Business Journal of Hispanic Research
  • Hermanas
  • Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility
  • National Council of La Raza
  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund
  • National Society of Hispanic MBAs
  • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

Individuals with Disabilities

  • Disability Matters
  • Incight


  • National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  • Out and Equal Workplace Advocates
  • Pride Parade

Native Americans

  • American Indian Science and Engineering Society


  • United Services Organizations
  • ACP AdvisorNet


  • Anita Borg Institute
  • Center for Talent Innovation
  • National Center for Women in Technology
  • Professional Business Women of California
  • Society of Women Engineers
  • The Women’s Conference
  • Working Mother Media


  • American Society for Engineering Education
  • Catalyst
  • Corporate Leadership Council
  • Diversity Best Practices
  • Management Leadership for Tomorrow
  • National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
  • National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates
  • National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science
  • Semiconductor Research Corporation
  • UCLA Anderson School of Management