Pia Wilson-Body is president of the Intel Foundation, where she oversees the foundation’s approach for achieving impact and realizing the organization’s mission and goals. The Intel Foundation is active worldwide, awarding millions in grants focused on supporting the philanthropic efforts of Intel’s employees in education and their communities. She is also responsible for the International Science & Engineering Fair, the largest and most admired competition of its type in the world.
Wilson-Body has served as executive director of the Intel Foundation and director of Greater Americas Corporate Affairs, where she increased Intel’s thought leadership and commitment to corporate social responsibility and social impact in underserved communities. Before joining the Intel Foundation, she served as director of Global Diversity External Relations and increased Intel’s thought leadership by formulating a first-in-class Diversity in Technology awareness campaign encompassing traditional and social media, editorial content, earned speaking events and several awards for the company.
A 13-year Intel veteran, Wilson-Body has held leadership positions in corporate affairs, human resources and communications.
She led the design and deployment of Intel’s veterans initiative as part of the White House Joining Forces initiative, led by former first lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden. In 2014, Wilson-Body was named Working Mother magazine’s Working Mother of the Year; and she was contributor to Center of Talent Innovation published research, “Black Women: Ready to Lead.”
Wilson-Body holds a bachelor’s from Spelman College. She has served on numerous nonprofit boards including YWCA USA board of directors, Center of Women’s Leadership, Council of Foundations advisory board and Oregon Black Historical Museum.