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Company Overview of The Texas Instruments Foundation
The Texas Instruments Foundation (TI Foundation) is a non-profit corporation providing philanthropic support for educational and charitable purposes primarily in the communities where Texas Instruments Inc. has presence. The foundation develops early childhood programs and university partnerships. It also supports civic, educational, research, charitable, health, welfare, and cultural organizations. TI Foundation was founded in 1964 and is based in Dallas, Texas.The Texas Instruments Foundation operates as a subsidiary of Texas Instruments, Inc.
P. O. Box 655474
Dallas, TX 75265
Founded in 1964
Key Executives for The Texas Instruments Foundation
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The Texas Instruments Foundation Key Developments
The Texas Instruments Foundation Names Andy Smith as Executive Director, Effective April 15
Feb 19 14
The Texas Instruments Foundation has named Andy Smith as executive director, effective April 15. Smith will take over the role from Ann Pomykal, who will continue with the Dallas-based foundation as major education grants director. Smith, who has served TI as director of corporate philanthropy for the past six years, will be the foundation's point of contact for all TI and TI Foundation arts and community grants. Smith joined the company in 1997, where his roles have included media relations and marketing communications. Before joining the company, he worked in Austin as public relations and development director for several nonprofit organizations. He also serves as a board member and leader with several community, arts and education nonprofits in North Texas. Pomykal worked in the company philanthropy for more than 16 years before retiring from the company in 2003 and becoming the executive director of the foundation. In her new role, she will continue her work with many education grants such as AP Strategies, Educate Texas Lancaster ISD initiative, Teach for America, UTeach and the Innovation in STEM Teaching Awards. Aleta Stampley, the company's K-12 education director, will work with TI Foundation education grants in addition to other TI programs. TI's education grants focus on training teachers and helping more students graduate from high school proficient in science, technology, engineering and math.
Texas Instruments Foundation Announces Executive Changes
Oct 4 13
Texas Instruments Incorporated has announced that its foundation has named Lewis McMahan as its new chairman of the board. McMahan joined the TI Foundation board in August of 2008. A retired TI vice president, he headed TI's Worldwide Facilities operations during his 36-year career at the company. His TI assignments and responsibilities included international facilities planning and coordination, as well as management of wafer fabrication plant construction and leading the Worldwide Facilities' Environmental Health and Safety organization from 1998 to 2005. McMahan's community involvement has included board positions on the Richardson Chamber of Commerce, North Texas Commission, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, SMU Alumni Association, Quality Texas Foundation and Dallas Museum of Art. He also has served as president of TI Alumni Association and as an appointed member of Texas Water Development Board. His current responsibilities include serving on the New Parkland Hospital Construction Advisory Committee, the Executive Committee of TI Alumni Association and the SMU Engineering School Executive Board. McMahan replaces Sam Self, who joined the TI Foundation board in 2008 and served five years as chair. Self retired from TI in 2002 after a 34-year career at TI as senior vice president, corporate controller and chief accounting officer.
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