Delia Grenville is a research scientist, technology strategist and innovator. She is the Director of Strategy for Intel’s Corporate Strategic Procurement. She has served as a change agent and key contributor to strategy for global market leaders Oracle and Intel. Winner of the prestigious 2015 Women of Color STEM Technologist of the Year Award, Delia has served as guest lecturer at Stanford MBA School, the Strategic Innovation Lab at Ontario College of Art, and MIT. She has authored more than a dozen articles on project management, research practices, and the user experience. Delia is the inventor of five digital content technologies. The majority of her patents are in technologies for consumers to filter content streaming to their televisions via the Internet. Twelve years ago, Delia co-founded “Designing Me,” an organization that seeks to steer professional women into executive and leadership positions. The “Got Strategy” workshop she co-created assists junior and mid-level professionals in setting and executing a career strategy. Delia runs on online community, 30DayRules.com, with the call to Action to develop your career or your life goals month over a month so you stay present and enjoy what you are achieving. Delia holds Ph.D. and Masters degrees in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech. Her undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering is from Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario. Delia is a mother of two wonderful kids. She participated in her first Crossfit competition 3 years ago with her husband, and has the goal to play all the Chopin waltzes on piano. With five down, she is on track to achieve that goal.