Heather Rivard brings a passion for safety and customer care to the utility.
Heather Rivard is a Michigan native, born in Flint and a state resident for most of her life. Growing up, she loved being a Girl Scout, ran track and cross country, enjoyed spending time at the lake in the summer and her love for learning made her an excellent student.
“I always excelled at math and science and had a dream of working for NASA when I was young,” Rivard said.
Felipe Lopez faced a number of speedbumps in college that threatened to impede his efforts to earn a degree. He worked three jobs to pay tuition, making it harder to focus on classes. As the first in his family to attend college, there was no one to show him the ropes, so he learned about internships, networking and how to write a resume through trial and error.
CLEVELAND, September 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ – KeyBank Community Development Lending and Investment (CDLI) has provided $16.3 million dollars for the development of Homeward – Central Harlem in New York City. The property will exclusively serve unhoused youth between the ages of 18 and 25, a vulnerable underserved demographic in New York City, in an LGBTQ-affirming community. The site is located at 15 West 118th Street and will consist of 51 units, of which 50 will be covered by New York City’s 15/15 Rental Assistance Program, in addition to one manager unit.
Last year, our employee-led People & Business Resource Groups identified impactful organizations fighting disparities and discrimination. When U.S. and Puerto Rico-based employees donate to these selected groups, the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation double-matches their gifts. Learn more about this special Employee Giving program.
Countless studies have demonstrated how increased focus on diversity and inclusion boosts employee happiness and engagement while reducing turnover. But diversity impacts more than just workplace culture - it brings new (and profitable) innovation opportunities.
Myelodysplastic syndromes, or MDS, is a rare type of blood cancer primarily affecting people over the age of 65. In fact, it’s such a rare and largely unknown illness that most people living with MDS don’t know anyone else who suffers from it. For Tracey Iraca, Executive Director of the MDS Foundation, a global advocacy organization aimed at providing support and raising awareness of the illness, the most rewarding part of her job is bringing people with MDS together and watching them connect over their shared experiences.