Sr. Director Internet of Things Intel Corporation
Born on December 20’1969, in Dhaka, Bangladesh – Manash Maitra is the youngest of 3 siblings. His Parents (Father – Late Police officer/ASP, Jagannath Maitra, Mother – Home maker, Kalyani Maitra), raised their 3 sons with humble means dedicated to education. Manash completed Bachelors from BUET (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology) in 1993 with honors, then came to USA to pursue MS in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University. He joined Intel (Chandler, Arizona) right out of school, in February’1997 and has been with the company ever since. Chandler (Phoenix metropolitan) has become Manash’s home away from motherland, where he lives with his wife, Rachana Maitra and their two beautiful children (Son – Avishek Maitra, Daughter – Monami Maitra).
SR. Director of Software engineering , IOTG, Intel corporation
Manash is a 22-year Intel veteran with extensive experience in Software engineering management, program management, software product development, system and solution integration, through multi Geo cross team collaboration and customer interaction in Networking, private, public cloud Solution, PDA, Phone, Set top Box and Tablet products. Currently managing/mentoring 200 employees in 10 different sites, across the globe.
For exemplary performance towards pushing validation upstream to enable time-to-market product introduction, Manash received Intel highest honor award IAA (Intel Achievement Award) in 2000.
Also received Intel SW Quality Award in 2011 & 2014, along with multiple Role Model awards, OPX awards, Division recognition and Versatile player award from Department.
Vice president – Bangladesh Association of Phoenix
Manash has been engaged with Bangladesh Association Phoenix for almost 20 years – supporting and promoting community events to motivate growth within the community, and to expand collaboration with other multi-ethnic communities. Engaged in different volunteer programs as well (MLK, MOVE..etc).
Known to enjoy serving the community with hands and knees on deck!