... for the implementation of sound, long-term tax policies
that promote the global competitiveness of
the U.S. technology industry.
... for the implementation of sound, long-term tax policies that promote the global competitiveness of the U.S. high technology industry.
Sharon Lynn Heck
Vice President, Global Tax;
Juris Doctor Degree, Creighton University; Masters of Taxation, Georgia State University; Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Troy University, Hall of Fame
Chairs R&D Credit Coalition; Enterprise Community Partners (Board Member); Silicon Valley Tax Directors Group (SVTDG), Financial Executive International (FEI), Women in Technology International
Sharon L. Heck is Vice President of Finance and the Director of Global Tax at Intel Corporation. She leads the global tax team responsible for Intel’s U.S. federal, foreign, state and local taxes. She is responsible for all aspects of the global tax function including audits, policy, compliance, planning, transfer pricing, due diligence and risk management. In 2018, she joined Intel with a history of finance and tax leadership experience as a partner with two major public accounting firms. Recently, she served as Vice President of Tax and Corporate Secretary for Berkshire Hathaway Inc. in their Omaha, Nebraska world headquarters. During her almost three decades of experience, Heck pursued a passion for working with large organizations on matters related to tax function effectiveness and operational excellence.
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Intel Corporation manufactures microcomputer and networking products. Intel is best known for bringing state-of-the-art computing power to business, industry, science and consumers. Intel has manufacturing facilities in seven countries and is one of the U.S. largest exporters.