Ann-Marie Holmes Joins Board of Directors at DMI

25th September 2023

Posted In: Be In The Frame

Digital Manufacturing Ireland (DMI) recently announced the appointment of Ann-Marie Holmes, Corporate Vice President of Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Operations Group at Intel Corporation, to the Digital Manufacturing Ireland Board of Directors.  Welcoming the appointment, Lionel Alexander, Chairman of Digital Manufacturing Ireland, said: ‘On behalf of the Board, we are pleased to welcome Ann-Marie to the DMI Board of Directors at this important time.

Ann-Marie brings a wealth of advanced manufacturing experience and high-impact operations leadership experience that aligns perfectly with DMI’s mission of supporting Irish-based manufacturer’s digital transformation.

We have had a successful first year in operation, supporting Irish-based manufacturers to access, adopt and accelerate new digital technologies that solve real-world challenges and drive their future competitiveness. We are confident that Ann-Marie’s experience will be invaluable to DMI as we grow our support for Irish manufacturers, and her skills will enhance the role DMI plays in Ireland.’

Ann-Marie Holmes held numerous engineering and programme management leadership roles at Intel Corporation before being named the Ireland Factory Manager of Fab 24, Intel’s advanced manufacturing facility in Leixlip, Co. Kildare, in 2012.​ In 2016, Ann-Marie became a Vice President at Intel Corporation, and she was appointed Co-General Manager of Intel Worldwide Semiconductor Manufacturing in 2020, overseeing multiple factory operations globally, including Intel Ireland. In 2021, Ann-Marie was appointed Corporate Vice President within the Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Operations Group at Intel Corporation.

Commenting on her appointment, Ann-Marie Holmes, Corporate Vice President of Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Operations Group at Intel Corporation, said: “I feel very privileged to join the DMI Board of Directors at such an exciting time for the manufacturing sector in Ireland. The needs of the industry are changing rapidly, and Digital Manufacturing Ireland is dealing with these changes in thoughtful and innovative ways through infrastructure, technology and skills, which will help manufacturers maximise their productivity and competitiveness. I look forward to contributing to DMI and supporting the manufacturing sector to ensure that Ireland continues to have a vibrant, collaborative, competitive and digitally enabled industry.”

At Intel Corporation, Ann-Marie regularly mentors women and sponsors programmes across the organisation as part of her commitment to enabling Intel Corporation’s corporate responsibility goals. Ann-Marie supports diversity and inclusion programmes at Intel Corporation through her role and is passionate about developing organisational capability for technology start-ups.