Maria Ho, Deputy Director of Government and Strategic Programs at Analog Devices
Maria Ho is the deputy director of government and strategic programs at Analog Devices, a company that offers analog and mixed-signal products and power management, radio frequency, and digital and sensor technologies. In the said role, she implements strategic programs to develop the company’s road map for the aerospace and defense market.
Ho, a Potomac Officers Club member, is the founding member of the Massachusetts Semiconductor Coalition, focused on developing programs to grow an organic workforce pipeline for the semiconductor industry, according to her LinkedIn profile.
She joined Analog Devices in April 2021 after a stint as industry marketing strategist at Government Business Results, where she helped technology clients grow their public sector business by streamlining their marketing strategy and go-to-market plans.
She started her career at Texas Instruments where she spent nearly three decades. She held various positions at the company, including as senior product marketing manager for software, as worldwide business development manager for digital signal processors and as senior product manager for embedded processors.
Ho earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Penn State University and her master’s degree in technology marketing and management from the Texas McCombs School of Business.
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