Intel announced the appointment of Michelle Johnston Holthaus as the lead of the company’s Client Computing Group (CCG).
Michelle Holthaus brings a deep understanding of Intel’s customers and the client computing business based on her current role as EVP and general manager of the Sales, Marketing and Communications Group, a role she has held since 2017, and her previous experience as the head of global client computing sales.
Intel will be appointing a new leader for Intel’s sales, marketing and communications organization.
Earlier roles in Holthaus’ tenure include leadership of the Microsoft global account team; management of channel products; central marketing and operations for the PC client group; and management of the reseller product group. Michelle Holthaus joined Intel in 1996.
Michelle Holthaus will be responsible for running and growing the client business, including strategy, financial performance and product development for the full portfolio of client technologies and platforms designed to enable exceptional personal computing experiences.
Michelle Holthaus replaces EVP Gregory Bryant, who will leave the company at the end of January for a new opportunity.
Since joining Intel in 1992, Bryant has held numerous roles, including most recently as general manager of the Client Computing Group and previously as the general manager of Intel’s Asia Pacific and Japan region. He led the teams responsible for co-engineering and delivering Intel’s leading consumer and commercial PC platforms, including Intel Evo and Intel vPro platforms.