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Vincent Roche is President and Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Roche is only the third CEO to lead the company since its founding in 1965. He began his career at ADI in 1988 and has been part of the senior management team since 2001.
Mr. Roche has held senior positions for ADI in Ireland, Massachusetts, and California, progressively gaining responsibility in product line management, strategic marketing, and business unit management roles. Mr. Roche’s first role at ADI was as a senior marketing engineer in Limerick, Ireland, where he created and managed several emerging analog businesses, generating significant revenue and positioning ADI in many new product categories. Mr. Roche was promoted to Marketing Director for ADI’s analog semiconductor division in 1994. In 1996, as Product Line Director, Mr. Roche led the company’s development of application-specific analog products for disk drive electronics. In 1998, he was named head of ADI's San Jose, California, operations, which included engineering and marketing for precision amplifiers, interface, optical, and power management technology. During this period of rapid expansion for high technology, Mr. Roche successfully deepened engagement with customers and partners throughout Silicon Valley and in 2001 was given responsibility for global sales and marketing as Vice President of Worldwide Sales. In this role he was responsible for direct customer sales, distribution, and e-commerce for all product lines, as well as corporate marketing and the company’s industry-leading web site, www.analog.com.
In 2009, Mr. Roche was named Vice President for the newly created Worldwide Sales and Strategic Market Segments Group, where he focused on integrating ADI technology into optimized solutions for industrial, automotive, and infrastructure customers, gaining share with the world’s leading electronics brands, and ensuring a clear path for all customers to engage with ADI’s world-class engineering and manufacturing operations. In this position he was also responsible for the worldwide sales organization, which represents ADI’s portfolio of ten thousand products across all markets around the world.
Mr. Roche was promoted to President of ADI in 2012, taking responsibility for all R&D, sales, marketing and business development. In May 2013, he was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Roche earned a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Limerick in Ireland.
David Zinsner is Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Analog Devices. Prior to joining Analog Devices in 2009, Mr. Zinsner was employed with Intersil Corporation where he served as senior vice president and chief financial officer. Prior to his promotion to CFO, he was corporate controller and treasurer. During his nine-year tenure at Intersil, Mr. Zinsner held various positions of increasing responsibility spanning the areas of accounting, finance, investor relations and treasury, as well as strategic planning, corporate M&A, and information technology.
Earlier in his career, he was employed in international finance and treasury management positions at Harris Corporation, MCI Communications, and Mellon Financial Corporation.
Mr. Zinsner earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University.
Sam Fuller is the Vice President of Research and Development and Chief Technology Officer at Analog Devices. In this position, he guides the technology strategy of ADI, leads the design tools group within the company and other corporate wide engineering functions, and directs ADI's university-based research programs.
Prior to joining ADI in 1998, Dr. Fuller was Vice President of Research and Chief Scientist at Digital Equipment Corporation, where he was responsible for establishing and leading Digital's research laboratories that led to innovations in RISC computers, network processors, and internet search engines.
In the 1970s, Dr. Fuller was an associate professor of Computer Science and electrical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, where he was involved in the design and performance evaluation of several experimental multiprocessor computer systems.
Dr. Fuller serves on the board of ZYGO in, Middlefield, CT, and the CNRI (Corporation for National Research Initiatives). In addition, Dr. Fuller chairs various technology studies with the National Academies.
Dr. Fuller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan and a M.S. and Ph.D. from Stanford University. He is an IEEE Fellow, AAAS Fellow, and a member of the National Academy of Engineering.
Rob Marshall is the Vice President of Worldwide Manufacturing Operations and has held this position since 1991. Prior to this position he was Plant Manager for Limerick Manufacturing Operations which has the largest and first Fab within Analog Devices, Inc.
Mr. Marshall began his career with ADI in 1983 as an Engineering Manager for the Limerick division. Before joining ADI, Mr. Marshall served as an Engineering Manager for NMOS production at General Instruments.
Mr. Marshall earned his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the Dundee College of Technology, Scotland in 1975.
William Matson joined Analog Devices as the head of Human Resources in November 2006, bringing a wealth of experience in organizational structure, leadership development and human resources operational infrastructure.
Prior to joining Analog Devices, Mr. Matson was the first Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Lenovo, establishing the company as a global enterprise after the acquisition of IBM's PC business in December 2004. Prior to his role with Lenovo, Mr. Matson worked at IBM where he held various Human Resources over the course of his 23-year tenure.
Mr. Matson earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University in Industrial and Labor Relations. He is a member of the HR Policy Association and the HR Policy Institute.
Robbie McAdam is Executive Vice President of the Strategic Business Segments Group. Mr. McAdam joined ADI in 1984 as a marketing manager in Limerick, Ireland, advancing to product line director and general manager over the next ten years. In 1994, he was named vice president responsible for ADI's analog technology, including the world-leading data converter and amplifier products, and in 1999, Mr. McAdam became vice president of the Analog Semiconductor Division. In 2009, Mr. McAdam was appointed to head the Core Products and Technologies group, which focuses on strengthening ADI's number-one market share position in converters and high-performance amplifiers, and growing the portfolio of RF (radio frequency), power, MEMS (micro-electro mechanical systems), and DSP (digital signal processing) products.
In 2012, Mr. McAdam took leadership of the Strategic Business Segments Group, focused on the development of long-term strategic market plans, developing and delivering signal chain solutions, and deepening the technology engagement with key customers.
Before joining ADI, he served as European Marketing Manager for General Electric's semiconductor division. Mr. McAdam earned a Bachelor's degree in Engineering and a Master's degree in Engineering from University College Dublin in Ireland.
Richard (Dick) Meaney is Vice President of the Products and Technology Group. Mr. Meaney joined ADI in 1979 after graduating from University of Limerick in Ireland. Mr. Meaney's early design work included the development of ADI's first switched-capacitor-based data converters. He went on to hold a variety of engineering and business management positions. As Vice President of Precision Signal Processing, Mr. Meaney was responsible for overseeing precision linear and converter product development for applications ranging from airport security scanners, factory-floor robotics, automotive airbags, scientific, medical and engineering instrumentation, bar code scanners, and ultrasound equipment, to CAT scanners and semiconductor automatic test equipment. In 2009, Mr. Meaney was named Vice President of Converters at Analog Devices. In this role, Mr. Meaney oversaw product development and worldwide marketing activities for the Company's converter franchise.
In 2012, Mr. Meaney took leadership of the Products and Technology Group, focused on the acceleration of innovation in the areas of technology and product development.
Margaret ("Marnie") Seif is Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Analog Devices.
In her position as General Counsel, Ms. Seif is responsible for all aspects of the company's legal work, including corporate and securities matters, governance matters, intellectual property management, and litigation.
Prior to joining Analog Devices, Ms. Seif was Vice President and General Counsel of RSA Security, a leading provider of network security and data encryption products headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, and publicly traded on the NASDAQ exchange.
In addition to her practice, Ms. Seif has participated in many continuing education programs for PLI, MCLE and others. She has recently authored articles on the topics of controlling outside counsel expense, management of litigation, and in-house counsel's role in the management of an SEC investigation.
Ms. Seif is a graduate of Brown University and the University of Michigan Law School.
Thomas Wessel is Vice President of Worldwide Sales for Analog Devices. In this role, Mr. Wessel will lead the worldwide sales leadership team in developing growth strategies in conjunction with segment and technology teams. Prior to his current position, Mr. Wessel served as Vice President of Automotive sales, responsible for all facets of the company's automotive business.
In 2005, Mr. Wessel was appointed to Vice President of European Sales and Marketing, spearheading the company's European sales effort, managing an experienced team of sales people across the region to provide both technical support and business development for all customers, direct and distribution.
Mr. Wessel joined Analog Devices. in 2003 and brings over fifteen years of experience in supporting electronics customers worldwide.
Mr. Wessel earned a Dipl. Ing, degree in Applied Physics from the University of Applied Sciences Lübeck, Germany.
Eileen Wynne is Vice President, Corporate Controller, and Chief Accounting Officer (CAO) for Analog Devices. In this role, Ms. Wynne reports to the chief financial officer and has responsibility for the Company’s global accounting operations, including regulatory reporting, accounting and transaction processing, internal control, financial management planning and reporting, and internal audit.
Ms. Wynne joined ADI in 1999 as external reporting manager. In 2004 she was promoted to assistant corporate controller and she has served as corporate controller since 2011. Prior to joining ADI, Ms. Wynne held various positions in private and public accounting, including audit manager for the global audit, tax, and advisory firm Grant Thornton.
Ms. Wynne is a licensed certified public accountant. She holds a Master of Science degree in Accountancy from the Bentley University Elkin B. McCallum Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Financial Economics from Saint Anselm College.
Robert Yung is Vice President of Corporate Development and Chief Strategy Officer for Analog Devices. In this position, Mr. Yung plays a key role in widening the reach of ADI's existing technology, exploring new areas of signal processing technology, and uncovering new markets and applications where the Company can apply these technologies to accelerate its overall growth rate.
Mr. Yung has an extensive background in technology and emerging market development, having served as the chief technology officer (CTO) of Tessera Technologies and of PMC Sierra. Prior to this, he was CTO for Intel in China, the Intel Communication Group, and the Intel Enterprise Processor Group. Mr. Yung has also served as CTO for Sun Microsystems and was a lead architect in Sun's UltraSPARC microprocessor program. He was a founder and partner of GSR Ventures, which specializes in providing equity funding of early-stage technology in semiconductors, wireless, and Internet services.
Mr. Yung was named to the National Committee on United States - China Relations as a Fellow during the inaugural Young Leader Forum in 2002. In 2000, he was named to the World Economic Forum's "Top 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow," in Davos, Switzerland.
Mr. Yung earned PhD, MS, and BA degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley.