Chris Allexandre has been elected a vice president of Texas Instruments. In his new role, he will implement the TI sales strategy in Europe and drive revenue growth, while managing relationships with TI’s distributors and channel partners. Allexandre is leading a workforce of approximately 300 people split between 30 regional and account teams.
“I am very pleased that Chris has been elected EMEA vice president in his role of Regional Sales and Applications Director,” said Jean François Fau, president of Texas Instruments Europe. “His leadership and passion in addressing the needs of the customer will be invaluable as we drive for growth in EMEA.”
Allexandre joined TI in 1997 as a new college hire as part of TI’s technical sales rotation program and has 15 years of sales experience. He has held a number of positions in the company, including working as the multinational sales manager in TI China for two years. Most recently, Allexandre served as the TI Europe regional sales and applications manager. Allexandre earned a master of science in electrical engineering at the Engineering High School of North (ISEN) in Lille, France.