Annenberg Leadership & Management Speaker Series: Tony Alvarez, Altierre Corporation

April 23, 2019 Add to Calendar

7–8 p.m.

Location

Shanahan Center, Drinkward Recital Hall
320 E. Foothill Blvd.
Claremont, CA 91711

Contact

Office of Stewardship and Events
stewardship@hmc.edu
909.607.1818

Details

“Leadership in Four Dimensions”

The fact that leadership has been studied and written on so extensively would seem to indicate that it is an extremely complex subject. Recognized leaders come in many different styles and demeanors, making leadership traits challenging to parse and distill. Do different situations, environments or cultures require different types of leadership? Let’s work together interactively to see if it’s possible to utilize a leadership framework that brings some order to this complexity and is a tool that you can use as you develop your personal leadership throughout your career.

President and CEO, Altierre Corporation

Tony Alvarez is president and CEO of Altierre Corporation, a leader in wireless internet-of-things (IoT) technology and one of The Silicon Review’s “30 Best Companies to Watch in 2018.” Alvarez has more than 30 years of management and leadership expertise with numerous innovative companies, most notably in the semiconductor industry. He previously served as chairman at Sun Edison Semiconductor; board member at SunEdison and ChipMOS Technologies; COO at Aptina and Advanced Analogic Technology, as well as president and CEO at Leadis Technology. He served as EVP and SVP of Memory Products Division and SVP of R&D at Cypress Semiconductor Corp.; venture partner at Acero Capital; and chairman of Senaya Inc.

As a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Alvarez was chairman of the 2000 Symposium on VLSI Technology and director of validity sensors. He has published over 25 papers in the integrated circuit process and technology sector, has three issued patents and edited the book BiCMOS Technology & Applications. He earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he's a member of the Electrical Engineering Department’s advisory board.