Marvell Technology Group Ltd. Announces Appointment of Karen Rohde as Chief Human Resources Officer
Santa Clara, California (November 21, 2016) – Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (NASDAQ: MRVL) , a leader in storage, networking, and connectivity semiconductor solutions, today announced that Karen Rohde is joining Marvell as its Chief Human Resources Officer. Ms. Rohde has extensive experience in leading all aspects of Human Resource management and creating work environments built on trust, performance, recognition and growth.
“I’m very pleased that Karen has joined Marvell as our Chief Human Resources Officer,” said Matt Murphy, President and Chief Executive Officer. “Creating a culture where employees can do their best work, grow their careers and share in the company’s success is a high priority for Marvell. Karen has a proven track record of creating great work environments for employees. She has earned accolades for not only her work, but also her leadership style. I’m excited to have her on board.”
Most recently, Ms. Rohde was the Chief Human Resources Officer at Amyris, a leading bioscience company. She previously led the Human Resource functions at Hitachi Global Storage Technologies and Sun Microsystems.
Ms. Rohde earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from University of California, Irvine and Master of Business Administration from University of California, Berkeley Haas Business School.
Marvell first revolutionized the digital storage industry by moving information at speeds never thought possible. Today, that same breakthrough innovation remains at the heart of the company's storage, network infrastructure, and wireless connectivity solutions. With leading intellectual property and deep system-level knowledge, Marvell's semiconductor solutions continue to transform the enterprise, cloud, automotive, industrial, and consumer markets. To learn more, visit: www.marvell.com.
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