• A Deep Dive into Supply Chain Sustainability at Intel

    Adam Schafer, Intel’s Director of Supply Chain Sustainability, shares the organization’s 2030 goals, why it’s important to invest in CSR, and examples of programs that have been driving sustainability initiatives.

    Adam Schafer is the Director of Supply Chain Sustainability within Intel’s Global Supply Chain organization, responsible for Supply Chain ESG and Chemical Compliance. Within this role, Adam oversees Intel’s Supply Line Sustainability, Supplier Code of Conduct, Human Rights/ Labor policies, Chemical Regulations and Policy, Green material selections, Responsible Minerals, and Supplier Diversity & Inclusion programs.
    Adam joined Intel in 2001 as a process engineer in research and development, then moved to supply chain management in 2005. In 2017, he shifted from yield and metrology equipment to Supply Chain Sustainability.

    Adam received his B.S. in Chemistry & Philosophy from SUNY Oswego in 1994, and his M.S. & Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Washington in 2000. He and his family live in Portland, Oregon.

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