With a focus on attracting more students, especially women and minorities, to math and science studies and careers, TI engages in strategic philanthropy and partners with organizations like the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF), as well as educators, schools and universities.

From left to right: Congressman Al Green; ExxonMobile Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson; Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee; TI SVP of Embedded Processing Greg Delagi; and President and CEO of the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering Irving McPhail.

Greg Delagi, TI’s senior vice president of embedded processing, recently blogged about his perspective on the need for a more diverse workforce and how TI is addressing this void. Read Greg’s blog to learn more about his participation in the CBCF’s recent Annual Legislative conference and what TI is doing to help attract more women and minorities to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as well as give students access to quality teachers, rigorous curriculum and technology.