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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Richard Templeton

57 2008 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Kevin March

58 2003 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President

Brian Crutcher

43 2015 Executive Vice President

Cynthia Trochu

52 2015 Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary

Stephen Anderson

54 2008 Senior Vice President

R. Gregory Delagi

53 2007 Senior Vice President

Kevin Ritchie

59 2004 Senior Vice President

Teresa West

55 Senior Vice President

Darla Whitaker

50 2006 Senior Vice President

Bing Xie

48 2015 Senior Vice President

Ralph Babb

67 2015 Lead Independent Director

Jean Hobby

55 2016 Director

Mark Blinn

54 2013 Independent Director

Daniel Carp

67 1997 Independent Director

Janet Clark

61 2015 Independent Director

Carrie Cox

58 2004 Independent Director

Ronald Kirk

62 2013 Independent Director

Pamela Patsley

59 2015 Independent Director

Robert Sanchez

50 2011 Independent Director

Wayne Sanders

68 1997 Independent Director

Christine Whitman

69 2003 Independent Director

Ron Slaymaker

Vice President

Biographies

Name Description

Richard Templeton

Mr. Richard K. Templeton is Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of Texas Instruments Inc. Mr. Templeton as a 35-year veteran of the semiconductor industry, serving the last 20 years at a senior level at the company, including as chairman since 2008, CEO since 2004 and director since 2003, has developed a deep knowledge of all aspects of the company and of the semiconductor industry.

Kevin March

Mr. Kevin P. March is Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President of Texas Instruments Inc. Mr. March joined Texas Instruments in 1984 as part of the company’s finance development program. During his TI career, he has held numerous assignments in finance, operations, marketing, and general business management across TI’s corporate and business operations, including a wide range of TI’s Semiconductor businesses as well as its former defense business. Mr. March has served as director of finance and controller for several of TI’s Semiconductor businesses and for TI’s analog European operations. He was named vice president and financial planning manager for TI’s global operations in 1997, and controller for the company in 2002. He earned a bachelor of science degree in 1983 in economics and business, and a master’s degree in 1984 in business administration with concentrations in finance and accounting, both from the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. March currently serves as a member of the Conference Board's Council of Financial Executives and Financial Executives International.

Brian Crutcher

Mr. Brian T. Crutcher is Executive Vice President of Texas Instruments Inc. He joined TI in 1995 and has held a number of positions in the company's sales force, including vice president of the Americas. Most recently, Brian was vice president and general manager of the Microcontroller Products (MCU) business unit. He oversaw the development marketing, engineering and operations for microcontrollers used in a variety of applications, including ultra-low power consumer electronics, industrial automation equipment, portable medical devices, automotive applications and more. Mr. Crutcher earned a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from the University of Central Florida and a master's degree in business administration from the University of California, Irvine.

Cynthia Trochu

Ms. Cynthia Hoff Trochu has been appointed as Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary of the Company. 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 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 .

Stephen Anderson

Mr. Stephen A. Anderson, CPA., is Senior Vice President of Texas Instruments Inc. He provides strategic leadership to help TI meet the demanding power management challenges facing system manufacturers worldwide. Anderson manages TI’s portfolio of power management solutions for portable or line-powered designs. TI’s power management chips are used in virtually every type of end equipment, from MP3 and portable medical devices, to telecom, industrial and computing applications. Prior to his current role, Anderson was vice president of System Power Management for TI. Anderson began his career with TI in 1999 when the company acquired Power Trends, a Chicago-based power module provider, which he joined in 1989. One of the first employees of Power Trends, Anderson held a variety of management positions from corporate controller to CIO. Mr. Anderson earned a bachelor’s degree in information systems from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.

R. Gregory Delagi

Mr. R. Gregory Delagi is Senior Vice President of Texas Instruments Inc. Prior to taking over the business in January 2007, Delagi, a 22-year TI veteran, was vice president and manager of the worldwide DSP Systems business unit. During his tenure with TI’s DSP Systems, he led the development and commercialization of digital signal processors (DSPs), one of the company’s core semiconductor technologies and a critical component in the company’s wireless product line. Having joined TI’s DSP operations in 1996, he is also credited with creating TI’s catalog DSP business strategy and organization. TI increased its DSP market share in 2006 for the fifth year in a row to 61 percent of the total DSP market. Since the late 1990s, he also led TI’s effort in semiconductors for wireless basestations, working with customers and operators as his team built the industry’s top position in this market. Delagi started his career at TI in 1984 with the Materials & Controls business, based in Attleboro, Massachusetts. He later joined TI’s Semiconductor Group working in sales and marketing in Austin, Texas, and Phoenix and then spent six years in Silicon Valley managing TI’s sales operations in the U.S. western region. He is a graduate of Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts, where he earned a BSBA in 1984.

Kevin Ritchie

Mr. Kevin J. Ritchie is Senior Vice President of Texas Instruments Inc. He is responsible for the company’s Technology and Manufacturing Group, which includes both silicon technology development and manufacturing operations. As manager of TI’s manufacturing operations, Kevin has responsibility for TI-owned wafer-fabrication facilities and assembly/test operations at 11 sites worldwide. He is also responsible for TI’s relationships with its external foundries. Kevin joined TI in 1978 as a product engineer in TI’s defense business, following his graduation from the University of Dayton with a bachelor’s of engineering degree in electrical engineering. Two years later he moved to TI’s Semiconductor business, where he held various wafer-fab assignments in product and R&D engineering. He was named a wafer fab manager in 1990, manager of TI’s worldwide application-specific products manufacturing operations in 1996, and senior vice president in charge of TI’s worldwide manufacturing operations in 2000.

Teresa West

Ms. Teresa L. West is Senior Vice President of Texas Instruments Inc. She has global responsibility for the company's communications, investor relations and public affairs functions. Before her current assignment, she was vice president and manager of strategic communications for TI, responsible for development of the key communications programs and cross-functional teams on critical projects. Earlier in her career, Terri managed the company’s media relations efforts. Terri joined TI in 1978 as a student intern while attending college. She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from The University of North Texas in 1982. Terri is a member of the National Investor Relations Institute and the Conference Board, and is a founding member of the Women of TI Fund. She also is vice president of the Texas Instruments Foundation, a director of the Dallas Public Broadcasting System affiliate, KERA-TV, and serves on the chancellor’s leadership council for The University of North Texas. Terri was chair of the Semiconductor Industry Association Communications Committee during the 1992 and 1996 renewals of the U.S.-Japan Semiconductor Trade Arrangement.

Darla Whitaker

Ms. Darla H. Whitaker is Senior Vice President of Texas Instruments Inc. Prior to her current assignment, Ms. Whitaker was vice president and manager of compensation, and human resource systems and services for the company. She has held various positions in human resources for TI including director of human resources for the application specific products business unit, human resources manager for the ASIC organization, and compensation manager in Taipei and Singapore for the Asia region. Ms. Whitaker joined TI in 1984, where she served in a variety of manufacturing and engineering assignments prior to her experience in human resources. In addition to her TI assignment, Ms. Whitaker has served on the Executive Committee for the Conference Board’s Council on Compensation. Ms. Whitaker earned a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Southern Methodist University in 1989, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Dallas in 1997.

Bing Xie

Mr. Bing Xie is Senior Vice President of Texas Instruments Incorporated.

Ralph Babb

Mr. Ralph W. Babb, Jr. is Lead Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc. Mr. Babb has been As chairman and CEO of Comerica Incorporated and Comerica Bank (2002-present) and through a long career in banking, has gained first-hand experience in managing large, complex institutions, as well as insight into financial markets. As Audit Committee chair at the company (April 19, 2013-present), chief financial officer of Comerica Incorporated and Comerica Bank (1995-2002), controller and later chief financial officer of Mercantile Bancorporation (1978-1995), and auditor and later audit manager at the accounting firm of Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co. (1971-1978), has gained extensive audit knowledge and experience in audit- and financial control-related matters.

Jean Hobby

Ms. Jean M. Hobby has been appointed as Director of the Company, effective July 20, 2016. Ms. Hobby held global and U.S. leadership positions both in administration and in client businesses during her successful 32-year career at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. While at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ms. Hobby served as strategy officer from 2013 until retirement in 2015. Earlier positions there included U.S. sector lead for the firm’s multi-billion dollar Technology, Media and Telecom practice from 2008 to 2013, and chief financial officer from 2005 to 2008. She currently serves on the board of Greatbatch, Inc. Ms. Hobby earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Arkansas.

Mark Blinn

Mr. Mark A. Blinn is an Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc., since February 21, 2013. He has been CEO and a director of Flowserve Corporation (2009-present), has gained first-hand experience in managing a large, multinational corporation operating in global industrial markets, with ultimate management responsibility for the organization’s financial performance and significant capital and R&D investments. As chief financial officer of Flowserve Corporation (2004-2009), chief financial officer of FedEx Kinko’s Office and Print Services Inc. (2003-2004) and vice president and controller of Centex Corporation (2000-2002), has developed a keen appreciation for audit- and financial control-related matters. Mr. Blinn earned a bachelor of science degree, a law degree and an MBA, all from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

Daniel Carp

Mr. Daniel A. Carp is an Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc. He has been chairman and CEO (2000-2005) and president (1997-2001, 2002-2003) of Eastman Kodak Company, has gained first-hand experience in managing a large, multinational corporation focused on worldwide electronics markets, with ultimate management responsibility for the corporation’s financial performance and its significant investments in capital and R&D. As chairman of the board of directors of Delta Air Lines, Inc. (2007-present), a director of Norfolk Southern Corporation (2006-present) and a director of Liz Claiborne, Inc. (2006-2009), has helped oversee the strategy and operations of major multinational corporations in various industries, including some that are capital-intensive.

Janet Clark

Ms. Janet F. Clark is an Independent Director of the Company effective July 15, 2015. She has been As executive vice president (2007-2013) and chief financial officer (2004-2013) of Marathon Oil Corporation, has developed a keen appreciation for audit- and financial control-related matters. As a director of Goldman Sachs BDC, Inc. (2015-present) and EOG Resources, Inc. (2014-present) and as a former director of Exterran Holdings, Inc. (and its predecessor company, Universal Compression Holdings, Inc.) (2003-2011) and Dell Inc. (2011-2013), has helped oversee the strategy and operations of other large multinational corporations, including one with a focus on technology Ms. Clark earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard University and a master of business administration in finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Carrie Cox

Ms. Carrie S. Cox is an Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc. She has been chairman (2013-present), CEO and a director (2010-present) of Humacyte, Inc., executive vice president and president of Global Pharmaceuticals at Schering-Plough Corporation (2003-2009) and executive vice president and president of Global Prescription Business at Pharmacia Corporation (1997-2003), has gained first-hand experience in managing large, multinational organizations focused on medical-related markets, with responsibility for those organizations’ financial performance and significant capital and R&D investments. Is also a director of Cardinal Health, Inc. (2009-present) and Celgene Corporation (2009-present).

Ronald Kirk

Ambassador Ronald Kirk is an Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc. As U.S. Trade Representative (2009-2013), has gained first-hand experience in managing a complex organization that operates on an international scale and developed insight into issues bearing on global economic activity, international trade policies and strategies and the workings of foreign governments. As Senior Of Counsel of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP (2013-present), and as a partner of Vinson & Elkins, LLP (2005-2009), has gained first-hand experience as an advisor to numerous multinational companies. As a director of Brinker International, Inc. (1997-2009) and Dean Foods Company (1997-2009), has helped oversee the strategy and operations of other large corporations. Ambassador Kirk earned a bachelor of arts degree from Austin College in Sherman, Texas, and a law degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

Pamela Patsley

Ms. Pamela H. Patsley is an Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc. She has been executive chairman (2016-present) and chairman and CEO (2009-2015) of MoneyGram International, Inc., senior executive vice president of First Data Corporation (2000-2007) and president and CEO of Paymentech, Inc. (1991-2000), has gained first-hand experience in managing large, multinational organizations, including the application of technology in the financial services sector, with ultimate management responsibility for their financial performance and significant capital investments. As Audit Committee chair at the company (2006-April 18, 2013), a member of the audit committee at Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc., chief financial officer of First USA, Inc. (1987-1994) and an auditor at KPMG Peat Marwick for almost six years before joining First USA, has developed a keen appreciation for audit- and financial control-related matters. As a director of Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. (2008-present) and a director of Molson Coors Brewing Company (2005-2009), has helped oversee the strategy and operations of other major multinational corporations.

Robert Sanchez

Mr. Robert E. Sanchez is an Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc., since 2011. He has been chairman and CEO (2013-present), president (2012-2014) and chief operating officer (2012) of Ryder System, Inc., and as president of its Global Fleet Management Solutions business segment (2010-2012), has gained first-hand experience in managing a large, multinational, transportation-related organization, with responsibility for the organization’s financial performance and significant capital investments. As executive vice president and chief financial officer (2007-2010) and as senior vice president and chief information officer (2003-2005) of Ryder System, Inc., has developed a keen appreciation for audit- and financial control-related issues and gained first-hand experience with all technology-related functions of a large, multinational corporation focused on transportation and logistics.

Wayne Sanders

Mr. Wayne R. Sanders is an Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc. He served as chairman (1992-2003) and CEO (1991-2002) of Kimberly-Clark Corporation, has gained first-hand experience in managing a large, multinational consumer goods corporation, with ultimate management responsibility for its financial performance and its significant capital and R&D investments. As chairman of Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. (2008-present) and a director of Belo Corporation (2003-2013), has helped oversee the strategy and operations of other large corporations.

Christine Whitman

Gov. Christine Todd Whitman is an Independent Director of Texas Instruments Inc. She has been Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (2001-2003) and Governor of the State of New Jersey (1994-2000), has gained first-hand experience managing a large, complex organization and developed keen insight into the workings of government on the federal and state level and how they might impact company operations. As a director of S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. (2003-present) and United Technologies Corp. (2003-present), has helped oversee the strategy and operations of other large corporations.

Ron Slaymaker

Mr. Ron Slaymaker is Vice President of Texas Instruments Inc. He is responsible for communications with the investor community regarding TI's performance and strategies. He joined TI's semiconductor group in 1982 in Chicago as a design engineer and worked in field applications and sales management before moving to Dallas in 1991 in a strategic marketing role. In 1993, he helped the company start a business to address opportunities in the emerging digital audio/video market. After managing the business for five years, Slaymaker moved into investor relations in 1998. He is a member of National Investor Relations Institute and the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Advisory Board. Slaymaker received a bachelor of electrical engineering degree from Georgia Tech and a master's of business administration degree from the University of Chicago.

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