Margaret Seif

Margaret Seif

Class of 2014

Marnie Seif is an accomplished technology business executive. She has held a variety of C Suite roles, including Chief People Officer, Chief Legal Officer, SVP of Communications, and ESG, at Analog Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADI), a leading innovation company with $10 Billion in revenue, operations in more than 40 countries, and 24,000 employees worldwide. Marnie has served as a director of a venture backed next generation memory company, and she is a financial and executive compensation expert.

As a business leader, she is focused on the following initiatives:

  • Business and governance leadership: Marnie leads ADI’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives, including the company’s diversity and inclusion  She serves on the board of the Analog Devices Foundation, which is dedicated to community activism, including funding STEM initiatives in underserved communities.  Marnie is involved in the design of executive compensation programs to ensure alignment with shareholder interests.
  • Enabling transformative transactions: Prior to assuming the Chief People Officer role, Marnie served as General Counsel of ADI and other publicly held companies. In this role, she has played an integral role in structuring and negotiating dozens of mergers and acquisitions of all sizes, from privately held technology tuck-ins to multi-billion dollar public company mergers.  She is on the executive committee overseeing the integration of Maxim Integrated Products, Inc., a $21 billion acquisition which closed in August 2021.
  • Agile culture evolution: Marnie is leading an effort to increase the agility and responsiveness of ADI’s culture through organization design, reimagining employee roles, and digitization of ADI’s human resources and other back office functions to improve employee experience and increase productivity.

Marnie was a member of the Board of Directors of Nantero, Inc., a venture-backed next generation carbon nanotube memory company from 2008-2018.  She currently serves on the Board of the Massachusetts High Technology Council and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, and she is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council at the University of Michigan Law School.

Marnie received her AB degree in English literature and history from Brown University, and her JD degree from the University of Michigan Law School.