- Intel CMO Deborah Conrad will leave the company in April.
- Conrad became CMO in 2008 and has worked at Intel for 27 years.
- CEO Brian Krzanich and Conrad will work together to find a replacement.
According to Conrad, who last year returned from a 10-month hiatus for breast cancer treatment, she is ready to embrace the next chapter of her life. Her time at Intel was marked by accomplishments including The Creator's Project content initiative, the "Sponsors of Tomorrow" campaign, and the highly recognizable "Look Inside" marketing platform. The parting seems amicable, but after three decades with the company, her presence at Intel will surely be missed.