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CEO Corner

November 2018

There is beauty in having the courage to show who we are and what we believe, and this week’s National Convention in Cleveland will be a testament to this idea.

There, in a city whose story mimics our own—a story of struggle and triumph, hard times and brighter days ahead—SHPE will show its true face and indomitable spirit. But our willingness to reveal our true colors can’t stop at the convention hall doors.

I was reminded of this while scrolling through LinkedIn recently, when I came across an article written by Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang. In it, he talks about Lenovo’s longstanding commitment to sustainability, and how the company continues finding unique and novel ways to reduce its environmental footprint. We’re not just talking about an office recycling program. These are big, bold, daring initiatives: from bio-based product packaging to playing a key role in improving conditions around “conflict minerals.”

Throughout the corporate world, programs dedicated to social responsibility, environmental stewardship and diversity and inclusion are on the rise. Not just because these are objectively good things to do. It’s also good for business. When a company erects a one-megawatt solar array on their factory’s roof, those panels aren’t cheap. Over time, however, the savings on energy costs can be enormous, allowing that company to invest money back into the business—and its workers.

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2018 STAR AWARD WINNERS

PROMISING ENGINEER

Honors an engineer who is recognized by his or her peers for outstanding technical accomplishments.

HISPANICS IN TECHNOLOGY

2018 Winners: Alejandro Diaz, The Boeing Company (Corporate)

JAIME OAXACA AWARD

2018 Winner: Wanda T. Ronquillo, IBM

SHPE STAR OF TODAY

2018 Winner: Josef J Correia, General Motors

JUNIPERO SERRA AWARD

2018 Winner: Salome Hector, Lockheed Martin

SHPE STAR OF TOMORROW

2018 Winner: Enoch Chambe, Chevron

MANAGER OF THE YEAR AWARD

2018 Winner: Angela Nieto, John Deere

INNOVATOR AWARD

2018 Winner: Jose G. Santiesteban, ExxonMobil

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