Gwendolyn Bluemich


Gwendolyn Bluemich leads GLOBALFOUNDRIES' strategic education and workforce development initiatives in the United States. As such, Gwendolyn engages with K-12 and higher education institutions, state, local, and federal government agencies, and the private sector to boost participation in STEM education, strengthen pathways to employment in advanced manufacturing and develop a workforce equipped with the critical skills needed to meet growing demand.

Gwendolyn has a diverse public policy and government relations background that includes work experience in the automotive industry, the New York State Senate, and the European Economic and Social Committee. An active proponent for women, Gwendolyn serves on the Manufacturing Institute’s STEP Ahead Industry Advisory Board to advance the role of women in manufacturing and, most recently, helped develop an ambassador toolkit for education outreach to girls. She is a proud member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ women’s network (“GLOBALWOMEN”).

Gwendolyn holds an M.A. in International Affairs from the George Washington University and a B.A. in Economics and French from Skidmore College. She was born and raised in Germany and speaks English, French, and German.