Board of Directors member
Duy-Loan came to America with nothing at the age of 12. She graduated as Valedictorian at 16 and from the University of Texas with BSEE Magna Cum Laude at 19. Duy-Loan received her MBA in 1989. In 2002, Duy-Loan became the first Asian-American and first woman at Texas Instruments (TI) to be elected Senior Fellow (equivalent to Senior VP) and remains the only woman in TI’s history to get elected to this title to this date. She holds 24 patents.
In 2002, Duy-Loan was elected to the Board of Directors at National Instruments Inc. and chairs its Compensation Committee. In 2012, she was elected to the Board of Directors at eSilicon Corp. in silicon valley and chairs its Technology Committee. Duy-Loan’s service to the global community is extensive, but her deepest love is with Sunflower Mission and Mona Foundation, two non-profit organizations supporting education and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) world wide. She is married with 2 sons and lives in Texas.
My purpose of doing well in life is to do good … and giving a child the gift of education enables goodness in perpetuity.