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When Rubicon® made the company’s once-a-year George Washington Carver Award, we did so less than the premise that at Rubicon, we not only really encourage innovation and innovative imagining in all of its forms, but we also challenge team associates to established the bar for their performance, and their own aims, significant.
Previous year, we added two new worker awards: The Thomas Edison Award and The Clara Barton Award. This calendar year, we extra a fourth, The Theodore Roosevelt Award, so we can celebrate a lot more employees than ever.
At Rubicon, our staff are at the heart of all that we do. Substantially like our consumers, we could not conclude squander with out you, and I am so happy to publicly announce this year’s winners.
The George Washington Carver Award
George Washington Carver (1864-1943) was an agricultural chemist, experimenter, and inventor whose enhancement of new products and solutions derived from peanuts, sweet potatoes, and soybeans helped revolutionize the agricultural economic climate of the South. For substantially of his profession, Mr. Carver taught and done investigation at the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute in Tuskegee, Alabama.
We are thrilled to announce that the 2022 winner of the George Washington Carver Award is Damla Meral.
Damla joined Rubicon in 2017 and is a Crucial Accounts Supervisor. Nominated for this award by Rubicon’s Chief Commerical Officer, Tom Owston, he explained of Damla: “Newly designed a Vital Account Supervisor, Damla has led electronic integration although at the same time doing the job to assist elevate the expertise and overall performance of the team. Most impressively, she usually has a smile on her facial area and is carrying out this although increasing twin two-calendar year-outdated boys at home!”
The Thomas Edison Award
Thomas Edison (1847-1931) was an American inventor and businessman who has been described as our country’s greatest inventor. He formulated improvements in fields such as electric powered electrical power era, mass communication, sound recording, and motion photos, which includes electrical lights, the phonograph, and the fluoroscopy.
We are thrilled to announce that the 2022 winner of the Thomas Edison Award is Atta Hassan.
Atta joined Rubicon in 2021 and is a Business Operations Manager concentrating on Industrial Finance. Nominated for this award by last year’s winner of the George Washington Carver Award, Jordan Pilsch, and Sustainability Analyst Carolyn Burch, Jordan mentioned of Atta: “Atta is very down to earth and clear, she usually keeps her spirits superior and is beneficial. She is prepared to help anybody, and even if she can’t present a option herself, she will enthusiastically manual the individual to an individual who can. There is by no means a ‘not my job’ comment from Atta, and she genuinely embodies the spirit of Rubicon.”
The Clara Barton Award
Clara Barton (1821-1912) was an American nurse who founded the American Crimson Cross. She was a clinic nurse in the American Civil War, a teacher, and a patent clerk. Due to the fact nursing education was not then actually formalized and she did not show up at nursing college, she taught herself the necessary expertise and methods.
We are thrilled to announce that the 2022 winner of the Clara Barton Award is Makeda Guillory.
Makeda joined Rubicon in 2019 and is a Round Financial state Specialist. Nominated for this award by the 2019 winner of the George Washington Carver Award, Ryan Cooper, he explained of Makeda: “Similar to Clara Burton’s travel to innovate and provide, throughout Makeda’s many years of company to Rubicon she has diligently and continuously worked to enhance processes inside of and throughout teams. One particular example is when she has long gone the further mile and participated in Rubicon’s Eco-friendly Team routines, these as squander audits and staffing squander and recycling stations to enable colleagues sort their materials accurately. Another is her avid participation in quite a few of the affinity teams at Rubicon. These that get the job done with her know that Makeda can be relied on as a steady, earnest, and positive contributor to the undertaking at hand as very well as supporting the tradition of Rubicon as a entire.”
The Theodore Roosevelt Award
The 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) was the youngest President in the Nation’s background, at just 42 many years and 322 days at the start off of his presidency in 1901. Amid several, some of President Theodore Roosevelt’s most helpful achievements were in conservation. He included enormously to the national forests in the West, reserved lands for community use, and fostered fantastic irrigation jobs.
We are thrilled to announce that the extremely 1st winner of the Theodore Roosevelt Award is Keith Brooks.
Keith joined Rubicon in 2015 and is an Functions Supervisor on the Innovation and Hauler Management workforce. He was nominated for this award by Rubicon’s Chairman and CEO, Nate Morris.
Congratulations Damla, Atta, Makeda, and Keith. On behalf of the full staff at Rubicon, it is an honor and a privilege to be doing the job alongside you all in our mission to stop squander.
Stacie Moore is Vice President of Human Assets at Rubicon. To continue to be forward of Rubicon’s bulletins of new partnerships and collaborations all-around the world, be absolutely sure to stick to us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, or call us currently.