Tyson Tuttle joined the Dallas Fed’s San Antonio Branch board in 2020.
Tuttle is retired president and CEO of Silicon Labs, a global semiconductor technology company based in Austin.
He joined Silicon Labs in 1997 as one of the company’s first employees and held a variety of roles in design engineering and product management, including CTO and COO, before being named CEO in 2012.
Tuttle retired as CEO at the end of 2021 after completing the sale of Silicon Labs’ legacy infrastructure and automotive product lines to Skyworks Solutions. He remains on the company’s Technical Advisory Board.
Prior to joining Silicon Labs, Tuttle held positions at Broadcom and Cirrus Logic.
He holds a BS degree from the Johns Hopkins University and an MS degree from UCLA, both in electrical engineering.
Tuttle currently serves on the advisory board of the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering, and the boards of the Headliners Club and Austin Monitor. He also has served on the boards of the Global Semiconductor Alliance and Semiconductor Industry Association.