In October of 2014, Dr. Lisa Su became CEO of AMD, succeeding Rory Read, and she remains CEO to this day. Dr. Su came to AMD when bankruptcy was a very real possibility. Thankfully, AMD's semi-custom commitment brought about reliable income from Microsoft and Sony, which made Dr. Su's job a little easier.
Dr. Su oversaw the release of the Radeon 300 and Fury series, the last of the Bulldozer derivatives, and then the RX 400 series of GPUs in 2016. Not to mention the Ryzen series of CPUs in 2017 that propelled AMD back into relevance in the desktop PC market. Under her leadership, AMD has obtained CPU market share that had been lost for years and has seen its stock price rise as high as it was in the mid- to late-2000s.