Megan Stowe, Program Manager, Corporate Strategic Procurement. Intel Corporation.
Megan has been at Intel for 18 years, working in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and the UK during this time. She started in Sales and Marketing in Australia working in PR and events management and then moved to Hong Kong to start up their SMG site procurement in Asia. During this time she has covered a variety of roles including Sales & Marketing, Travel, relocation, immigration & HR procurement areas. She has predominantly held Global positions, as well as worked and lived in Asia Pacific (10 years) and EMEA (8 years) setting global strategies, performance metrics and managing global teams (LAR, NA, APAC and EMEA).
Currently, Megan looks across the indirect services/procurement supply chain (~$4.5B) working with the different verticals (sales & marketing, HR, travel, IT, Logistics, product engineering services etc) to ensure we are encompassing all aspects of CSR into our supply chain initiatives and choices. Megan is managing the Women’s Supply chain initiative strategies globally to ensure we are working with an inclusive supply chain. With this initiative Intel are looking at and have achieved increasing their spend with women owned businesses in the supply chain at both the tier 1 and 2 levels and developing our pipeline of inclusive sourcing opportunities. Megan also co-chairs the WISE Young Womens Board and works closely with schools ensuring STEM is promoted to girls.
She is Irish/Australian/South African by nationality and grew up in Africa. She graduated from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Prior to Intel she worked for Warner Lambert Park Davis & Caltex Head office in Cape Town.