Intel's fixing its diversity problem by doing more than just hiring
Genevieve Bell, who's been at Intel since 1998, was running late for her call, so she quickly ducked into the gender-neutral bathroom at the company's Santa Clara, California, headquarters before plopping herself down on the floor to dial in. "Intel today feels like a profoundly different company than I was at even five years ago," says Bell, a cultural anthropologist, senior fellow, and vice president at Intel.
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