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Le, Duy-Loan 

Ms. Duy-Loan T. Le is an Independent Director of National Instruments Corporation. She holds the title of Senior Fellow at Texas Instruments Inc. (“TI”), one of the leading semiconductor companies in the world. Ms. Le was appointed Senior Fellow in 2002 and is the only woman in TI’s history elected to this highest Fellow rank. She has held various leadership positions at TI since 1982, including Advanced Technology Ramp Manager for the Embedded Processing Division and worldwide project manager for the Memory Division. While at TI, Ms. Le has led all aspects of execution for advanced technology nodes, including design, assembly and test, productization, qualification, release to market, high volume ramp, and quality and reliability assurance. She has experience opening international offices and developing engineering talent for the TI business. Ms. Le has been awarded 24 patents. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from UT Austin and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston. The Board concluded that Ms. Le should serve as a director because she has extensive experience managing platform-based product development and is a results-oriented and highly accomplished technology executive with extensive experience in various aspects of semiconductor design and manufacture, including operations, research and development, product launch, customer interfacing, foundry partnership, and supply chain management while at TI. She also managed global R&D centers for TI, and these centers span multiple countries, disciplines, businesses, and organizations across TI. She has over 20 years of process manufacturing experience. These skills and knowledge are relevant for NI’s business. She serves as a member of the Audit Committee, a member of the Compensation Committee and a member of the Nomination and Governance Committee.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, USD 76,326
Restricted Stock Awards, USD 130,037
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Fiscal Year Total, USD 206,363

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