Intel is one of the leading global tech companies and continues to innovate its integrated reporting. Their 2018 10-K includes a full page presentation on each of the six main capitals in the integrated model.
In August, we will get a guided tour of this report and hear about how they developed this first-time capitals presentation. Then we'll have an open discussion about Intel's approach to these improvements in their reporting.
Katie Stipic is the SEC Reporting Manager on the External Reporting team at Intel, owning oversight of SEC filings and quarterly earnings. Prior to joining External Reporting she worked on the Close and Reporting team, where she managed global accrual and prepaid accounting. Before joining Intel, she worked at Deloitte in the Portland, OR audit practice for three years.
Katie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from Portland State University and is a certified public accountant in the state of Oregon. She currently sits on the Beta Alpha Psi Alumni Advisory Board at Portland State, where she is actively involved in mentoring students among other contributions.
Erika Kelley is the External Reporting controller for Intel Corporation, where she is manages the team that is responsible for the quarterly earnings, SEC reporting and other external facing reports working closing with Investor Relations, Legal and senior management. Prior to moving into External Reporting she worked in the Treasury Accounting group where she managed the technical accounting and close processes for Intel Capital strategic investments. Before joining Intel in 2012, she worked with PwC spending six years in the Portland, OR audit practice and three years in the Amsterdam, Netherlands Capital Markets Group focused on a mix of multinational public clients and smaller private clients.
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