DALLAS, Aug. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) today announced the election of Cynthia Hoff Trochu as senior vice president, secretary and general counsel, replacing Joe Hubach, who is retiring from TI after 31 years of service.
In her new position, Cynthia will play an integral role in developing company policies, counseling on business strategies and ensuring TI's global compliance. In addition to serving as general counsel, Cynthia will join TI's management committee and act as secretary to the board and chief compliance officer.
"Cynthia's global experience across many of our business and support entities, combined with her strong business acumen, thoughtful analysis and sound legal counsel, will continue to benefit our company," said Rich Templeton, chairman, president and CEO. "She is a strong partner and counselor to our business leaders, and she helped lead our global compliance efforts over the last several years, actively championing our foundational commitment to ethics and integrity in everything we do. I look forward to Cynthia's continued contributions to making TI stronger."
Cynthia joined TI in 1993, most recently serving as vice president and assistant general counsel since 2003. Prior to this role, she managed legal support for TI's operations in Asia and Europe, various business entities, manufacturing and procurement and was integral in leading the company's corporate compliance program.
Before joining TI, she was a commercial litigator at the Jones Day law firm in Dallas.
Originally from Michigan, Cynthia moved to Dallas to attend SMU Law School. She is civically active, having served on the Campaign Cabinet of the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas from 2009-2014 and co-chaired the United Way leadership giving program at TI in 2014 and 2015. She also served on the Board of Trustees of her undergraduate alma mater, Manchester University, from 2000-2009, chairing the Student Development Committee and serving on the Executive Committee. Cynthia recently served as a member of the Audit Committee of the University of Texas at Dallas.
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SOURCE Texas Instruments Incorporated