Apple taps Israeli-Arab as VP
Apple's leadership page was updated with 14 news names, up from nine
Global tech giant Apple has updated the leadership page on its official website to include five new vice presidents, one of them being Johny Srouji, an Israeli-Arab who is a graduate of the Technion, Israel’s Institute of Technology.
Srouji serves as the vice president of Hardware Technologies at Apple and reports to CEO Tim Cook.
Srouji, a former resident of Haifa, “leads all custom silicon architecture and development, covering a wide range of devices and technologies.”
Before joining Apple in 2008, Srouji held senior positions at Intel and IBM.
He earned both a his first and second degrees in computer science from Technion.