Dianne Beever is a transformation program manager and change agent in the Infrastructure Solutions Group at Dell Technologies in Austin, Texas. She is responsible for overall program management in the newly formed customer experience transformation group. Beever is an active participant in several Dell employee resource groups and was selected to join a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) council that will identify high-impact DE&I programs that can be scaled globally.
During her 18-year career with Dell, Beever has held leadership positions in business transformation, merger and acquisition integration, operations management, supply chain strategy and design, process engineering, manufacturing engineering and maintenance management, and channel services. Prior to joining Dell, she spent more than eight years at Cummins Inc. in Columbus, Indiana, where she held technical roles in product development, new product introduction, and quality.
As a life member of the Society of Women Engineers, Beever has held leadership roles at the section, region, and Society levels. Her SWE experience includes integrated marketing advisory board chair, finance committee chair and mentor, board of trustees treasurer, RFP/investment committee, Society strategic planning task force, and leadership coach and mentor.
She earned a B.S. in industrial technology, an M.S.M. from Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management, and an M.S. in interdisciplinary engineering from Purdue’s College of Engineering. An avid supporter of education, Beever serves on the Krannert Student Alumni Association and the College of Engineering Education Industrial Advisory Council. She is also a member of the University of Texas at Austin SWE Corporate Advisory Board.
Beever lives in Georgetown, Texas, with her husband, Phong, and their two golden retrievers, Kenzie and Mackey. She enjoys travel, reading, and attending college basketball and football games.