Joseph Nsengimana is the Director of Pipeline Development at Intel Corporation. In this role, Joseph develops strategy and implements all Pipeline Development Initiatives funded through the $300 million Diversity in Technology Fund that Intel established in January 2015, to reach full representation of women and underrepresented minorities at Intel by 2020 and to promote diversity in the technology and the gaming sectors.
Joseph co-initiated the US-Africa STEAM summer camp for girls, WiSci camp, that brought together 120 high school women from the U.S. and eight African countries to Rwanda for a three-week intensive program that exposes them to high tech, art and culture, and presentation. From 2008 to 2012, Joseph was based in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he held the role of Director of Corporate Affairs Group and Strategic Alliances in Africa for Intel Corporation. In this role, he led a team responsible for government affairs, ICT and broadband policies, and CSR in Sub-Saharan Africa. Joseph served on the technical advisory committee of the African Leadership in ICT project to build capacity and raising awareness of African leaders on the issues of Knowledge Society, ICT, Education, Science & Technology and Innovations in support of EU-AU Strategic Partnership 8 and AUC action Plan; as well as on the ICT Taskforce of the Association for the development of education in Africa (ADEA) where he co-initiated the African Ministerial Conference on ICT initiative, which is holding its second conference this year.
Joseph holds a BA and MS in Electrical Engineering from Brigham Young University.