Julie Ann Overcash is vice president of Human Resources (HR) and the director of Global Rewards and Talent Retention at Intel Corporation. She is responsible for designing innovative compensation, benefit, and talent retention practices, and for overseeing enterprise performance solutions and total rewards programs, including salary, bonus, stock, healthcare and retirement programs for Intel employees worldwide.
An accomplished HR professional, Overcash joined Intel in 2017 with two decades of experience spanning multinational businesses, including board engagement, executive compensation and global total rewards. Most recently, she was a senior vice president at Starbucks Corp., where she led the company’s global talent development, inclusion and diversity, and compensation and benefits programs for more than 300,000 employees. Before joining Starbucks in 2015, Overcash spent 12 years with Honeywell International Inc., culminating in her role as vice president of global compensation and benefits for the company’s aerospace and transportation systems organization. Earlier in her tenure at Honeywell, she served as executive director of compensation and benefits for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, which encompassed multiple business groups across 46 countries. Her HR career also includes various leadership roles at Advanced Micro Devices Inc., TDS Telecom, Motorola Inc. and MicroAge Inc.
Overcash holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational communication from Texas State University, and a master’s degree in organizational management from the University of Phoenix. She is a member of The Conference Board Inc., an international business and research organization, and active in the organization’s Executive Compensation Group. She is also a member of the National Business Group on Health.