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Getting the Best From a Diverse Background at Domtar

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What do General Motors, Harley Davidson, Michelin Tires and Alcoa have in common?

They all provide Everick Spence with a diverse set of manufacturing experiences, which later helped advance Domtar's success at Continuous Improvement (CI).

In 2016, Spence joined Domtar as director of Continuous Improvement, our disciplined, intentional approach to improving our manufacturing efficiency, reliability and quality.

Engaging Millennials for Good

How T-Mobile engaged millennials through 2 creative giving campaigns
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Engaging millennial employees and customers is becoming more important than ever with this young, socially-conscious cohort soon comprising half of the entire workforce and a giant chunk of the consumer market. It’s no easy task when your employees are spread across hundreds of locations and call centers nationwide like T-Mobile’s are.

Women in Manufacturing Starts with a Diverse Candidate Pool at Domtar

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Optimizing the operational lines at Windsor

With dreams of a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Production (STEP) since high school, Marie Cyr graduated as a mechanical engineer from L’Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal, joined Domtar in 1995 as a project engineer and soon transitioned to maintenance engineer. “I was the first female engineer at Windsor and the stakes were high,” Cyr recalled. “I realized very quickly I wanted to lead a team, and no challenge was too great for me to tackle in order to reach that goal.” 

Sodexo Recognized by LATINA Style, Inc. as one of the Top 50 Companies of the Year

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GAITHERSBURG, Md., September 25, 2019 /3BL Media/-- Sodexo, a food services and facilities management company committed to improving Quality of Life, announced today that it has been selected as one of the Top 50 Companies of the Year by LATINA Style, Inc. The full list of companies has been published in the August issue of LATINA Style Magazine.

Booz Allen’s John Morrison Named Volunteer Fire Chief of the Year

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By day, John Morrison helps keep federal government clients up and running, managing schedules, budgets, and compliance and functionality requirements as a senior lead technologist in Booz Allen’s Chantilly, Virginia office. In his out-of-office time, he plays another important role in community life. As chief of the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department (VVFD), he oversees department operations and more than 60 volunteers.

"What a Magical Thing, to Be Able to Fly"

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Claudia Zapata-Cardone was recently promoted to Captain at United, an achievement she says is the direct result of a career where she mirrored the hard work, determination and perseverance of her parents who migrated to the U.S. from Colombia in the 1970s.

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Ladies, Meet The P&G Executive Who Wants to Accelerate Your Startup

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The world's foremost consumer marketer is shopping for new innovations. And at the top of the must-have list is high potential startups led by women.

Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG), a company renowned for building billion-dollar brands with global reach, is making a savvy move to pay its profits forward. P&G is investing its resources and expertise in early-stage female-led companies.

Programs and Policies for Working Parents Put Booz Allen on Working Mother’s ‘Best Company’ List

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At Booz Allen, a working parent can lead teams for the US Air Force, take on assignments around the world, shape company policy, and much more. Possibilities like these earned the firm its 21st consecutive ranking on Working Mother’s annual Best Companies list, plus the honor of Lead Associate Lidija Franklin named Working Mother of the Year for 2019.

UN Women Strengthens Partnership With HP to Expand Digital Learning Opportunities for Women and Girls

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NEW YORK CITY – September 24, 2019 - /3BL Media/ – On September 23, 2019, UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka and HP Vice President and Managing Director for Africa Elisabeth Moreno signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to expand digital learning opportunities for women and girls in five priority countries: Senegal, South Africa, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Morocco.

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