Patrick Paul Gelsinger was born in 1961 in Pennsylvania.
He is an American business executive, currently serving as CEO of Intel after he received the job offer on January 13, 2021.
He previously served as CEO of VMware for eight years and as president and chief operating officer at EMC for three years before that, moving from Intel where he had worked for more than three decades.
At Intel, he architected the Intel 80486 processor, served as senior vice president and general manager of Digital Enterprise, rising to be the first CTO of Intel before leaving.
In 2013, Gelsinger co-founded Transforming the Bay with Christ (TBC), a coalition of business leaders, venture capitalists, non-profit leaders, and pastors aiming to convert one million people over the next decade.
Pat got a tattoo of VMware to show his commitment to the company.
WIFE+ PHILANTHROPY, CHILDREN
Pat Gelsinger alongside his wife Linda, donate half of their annual income to charitable causes each year.
They have four children named Elizabeth Gelsinger, Josiah Gelsinger, Nathan Gelsinger, and Micah Gelsinger, three of which are already married.
The estimated Net Worth of Gelsinger is at least $64.2 Million dollars as of 11 March 2021. He owns over 15,000 units of Vmware stock worth over $21,255,294.