Andreina M Rojas

Conflict Minerals Outreach Specialist, Intel, Chandler, AZ

Andreina M. Rojas first joined Intel in 2013 as an Environmental, Social and Governance intern. Her projects included monitoring suppliers’ compliance with the EICC Code of Conduct to determine the need for on-site audits; mapping end-of-life cycle for factory tool equipment to monitor resale, relocation, scrap, and recycling processes to identify cost-saving and waste reduction opportunities; and benchmarking Intel’s Corporate Social Responsibility performance against peer companies to identify and address gaps. After graduating from the Pennsylvania State University with B.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering and Economics, Andreina joined Intel full-time as a Smelter Outreach Specialist in the Conflict Mineral’s Program. She is responsible for directly observing smelters’ sourcing practices around the world and recruiting them into the Conflict Free Smelter Program. She was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela and now lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. She enjoys the privilege of interacting with different cultures while on work travel, as well as being involved in STEM outreach for middle school and high school students.

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