Dawn S. Graunke, Maria T. Bruniard, Fumie Weiby – Intel

Supply Chain Regulatory Manager Semiconductor Industry

Dawn has over 25 years of EHS experience. She has held various positions in the EH&S field and currently manages Intel’s global supply chain sustainability regulatory group. Her team works to ensure Intel’s supply chain is complaint to all global chemical regulatory requirements and that they are meeting their sustainability commitments. Prior to this, Dawn was on assignment at International SEMATECH where she project managed various global chemical initiatives and the ESH assessments of new materials and processes for advanced technologies. She also has managed Fab Construction Safety projects from the design phase & tool installation to de-install and demolition. She has a B.S. degree from Tulane University and a M.S. degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Dawn is a certified Industrial Hygienist and Safety Professional. Dawn is a past president and Fellow of SESHA and served numerous years on the BOD. In her not so spare time, Dawn enjoys spending time with her family (Husband & Twin 7 yr old girls). Maria T. Bruniard (Trini) has worked in the chemical and semiconductor industry for more than 10 years. She is a Supply Chain Sustainability and Chemical Regulatory program manager at Intel. She has also held roles in Factory Operations in the Gas and Industrial Waste Systems teams, and most recently, in Global Supply Management as a technical supplier owner. Trini’s educational background includes a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Villanova University, and a Certificate in Facilities Management from ASU. Prior to her career at Intel, Trini worked for a major industrial gas company in Pennsylvania where she held positions in areas ranging from polymer manufacturing to cryogenic food freezing. Outside of work, Trini enjoys travel, hiking and sharing new experiences with her husband, Jason. Fumie Weiby has been working at Intel over 11 years and held various positions including environmental engineer, facility manager, and safety/IH engineer. Prior to joining Intel, Fumie worked as an environmental consultant for 6 years to manage various environmental projects across the country and oversea including China and Japan. Currently, she works as a Supply Chain Sustainability Regulatory Engineer to manage chemical suppliers for global chemical regulatory compliance as well as drive Intel’s Green Chemistry initiatives. She has a B.S. in Environmental Health and Safety from Oregon State University and a M.S. degree in Environmental Engineering from the Oregon Health and Science University. Outside of work, she is a long-distance runner and enjoys all kinds of outdoor sports. She is also enjoys spending a time with her family including her husband and three daughters (9, 7, and 3 years old).

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