Tegwin Pulley (Dallas, Texas) is known for creating collaborations across multiple constituencies to achieve a bigger purpose. In 2009, she retired from TI where her leadership track record included: TI becoming one of the best companies to work for, more than 180 awards to TI for diversity, work-life and inclusive environment, seven public/private partnerships established to grow the technology workforce, $26 million raised for a technology consortium, a 50% increase in electrical engineering graduates in Texas and educating over 250,000 students and faculty about engineering careers. Tegwin has a national reputation as a leader in diversity initiatives and public/private partnerships. Her vision and efforts are recognized both inside and outside of TI and she has received more than 10 prestigious awards. A graduate of the first Leadership Texas class in 1983, Tegwin chaired the LT Alumnae Association in 1985. In 2007, she received the Cathy Award from Leadership Women. Tegwin is President of Tegwin Pulley, Inc, a consulting firm and is Texas Director of the STEM Equity Pipeline for the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE).