Keith Ogboenyiya is vice president of Texas Instruments’ (TI) Systems Engineering and Marketing organization. His team provides system design expertise based on understanding of engineers’ design challenges to help electronics designers and manufacturers get their products to market faster. Keith’s team takes advantage of TI’s comprehensive analog and embedded processing product portfolio to develop reference designs and design solutions that solve customers’ system-level challenges. Keith’s responsibilities include TI’s industrial systems, automotive systems, pricing, business analytics and strategic marketing.
Keith has held several leadership roles throughout his career which includes industrial and automotive expertise in both analog and embedded processing. Most recently, he was the vice president and general manager of TI’s Interface Products business responsible for designing, manufacturing, and marketing wired connectivity solutions such as transceivers, high voltage isolation, and analog switches and multiplexers.
He has been with TI for over 16 years, beginning his career as an applications engineer and technical sales associate before he was a product marketing manager in the microcontrollers business, and led teams such as the C2000™ real-time controllers and motor drives with a focus on broad and industrial markets.
Keith earned a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Georgia Tech, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Morehouse College. He currently serves on the board for the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech.