Rose Schooler is the General Manager of the Communications and Storage Infrastructure Group (CSIG) within the Data Center and Connected Systems Group (DCSG) at Intel Corporation. Her organization is responsible for delivering platform solutions for the communications infrastructure and storage markets segments. Rose graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science degree in ceramic science & engineering. She joined Intel as a graduate rotation engineer and held several positions in new package development, fab process engineering, and Q&R. From 1990 to 1994, Rose held positions in process engineering in wafer manufacturing and Corporate Q&R program management. Rose transitioned into product marketing in the mass storage operation in 1994 and then served as a market development engineer in an internal start up activity focused on digital imaging. Beginning in 1998, Rose entered the Embedded Intel Architecture organization. She held various marketing roles before transitioning into the GM role for the Communications Infrastructure business in early 2008. Rose recently assumed responsibility for not only the Communications Infrastructure business, but also the Storage Infrastructure business at Intel. Rose has been a member of the ATIS (Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions) board since 2009 and has spoken at industry events about the telecommunications transformation such as TIA and 4G World. Rose enjoys spending free time with family and friends. Since her daughter plays competitive soccer, many weekends are spent at the soccer field. Rose also enjoys daily morning runs and traveling.