Lattice Semiconductor’s corporate vice president (CVP) and chief financial officer (CFO), Michael Potter, will leave the company effective 15 April 2011. As part of the transition, Joe Bedewi will join Lattice, effective 11 April 2011, as CVP, finance, assuming the role of CFO on 15 April 2011.
Bedewi is a financial professional with extensive operations experience at industry leading, multinational companies and at small to mid-size entrepreneurial, growth companies. During his 17-year tenure at Intel, Bedewi served as financial controller for several groups, and held various other financial and operational management roles. His operations experience ranges from organisational development and optimisation, strategic planning, business development and process improvement, to capacity and capital planning. After leaving Intel, Bedewi served as CFO at International DisplayWorks, Malibu Boats, and Solar Power.
Bedewi earned his BSc in Quantitative Business Analysis from Arizona State University (1982).
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