Marcus Grindstaff is responsible for strategic planning and product management for Intel-GE Care Innovations -- a partnership between Intel and GE that helps bring healthcare into the home. In this role, he drives company strategy and roadmap planning across all product lines, geographies and market segments.

Grindstaff joined Care Innovations at its formation in 2011, coming from the Intel Digital Health Group, where he led product marketing efforts for the disease management business segment. A 17-year veteran of Intel, he held a variety of positions including leadership roles in both Intel Capital’s New Business group and Intel’s core microprocessor and chipset businesses. Grindstaff also served as the technology director in Intel’s Ultra-mobility Office of Big Ideas, where he was responsible for building the Low Power Chipset team which delivered Intel’s first low power chipset for the Atom microprocessor.

Grindstaff earned a Bachelor of Computer Engineering Degree from the University of California, Davis.