Mr. Taffe currently serves on the board of directors of Cypress Envirosystems -- a Cypress Semiconductor-funded company that develops system-level products for reducing energy costs with wireless technology. Mr. Taffe also served as executive vice president of Cypress Semiconductor where he ran the Consumer and Computation Division, including the PSoCTM microcontroller business -- the largest and fastest growing business within the company. Under Norm's leadership, revenue in the Consumer and Computation Division grew to over $400 million in 2011. He also currently holds the position of Board Chairman to the Second Harvest Food Bank, which is a nonprofit organization that serves nearly 250,000 needy families in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties each month. Mr. Taffe holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from The University of Michigan.