Joules Rule at Jabil’s 2015 Deliver Best Practices Competition

(L-R: Senior Vice President of Communications and Investor Relations Beth Walters, Emmanual Joseph (Penang, Malaysia), Chief Financial Officer Forbes Alexander, Georginna DeLoza (Guadalajara, Mexico), Chief Executive Officer Mark Mondello, May Zhao (Shanghai, China), Executive Vice President of Strategic Planning and Development Joe McGee, Shane Tsai (Taichung Plastic, China), Kathy Xie (St. Petersburg Corporate), Senior Vice President of Human Resources Roland Silverio)

(L-R: Senior Vice President of Communications and Investor Relations Beth Walters, Emmanual Joseph (Penang, Malaysia), Chief Financial Officer Forbes Alexander, Georgina De Loza (Guadalajara, Mexico), Chief Executive Officer Mark Mondello, May Zhao (Shanghai, China), Executive Vice President of Strategic Planning and Development Joe McGee, Shane Tsai (Taichung Plastic, China), Kathy Xie (St. Petersburg Corporate), Senior Vice President of Human Resources Roland Silverio)

Of the 32 team representatives invited to present during the 2015 Deliver Best Practices competition at Jabil’s corporate headquarters in St. Petersburg, Florida, 17 were females. With women making up more than half of this year’s participants, it’s evident Jabil continues to focus on diversifying its employee population.

Female presenters shared their team’s projects with topics including solving customer challenges through innovative thinking, improving the health of our employees, utilizing Lean tools to smoothly transition a company from private to publicly owned and women empowerment.

Seven female competitors moved on to the competition’s final round of judging, resulting in three women taking home to their teams first place titles. In the coming weeks, we will be recognizing each individual Joule, but for now, we’d like to highlight our first place female winners.

May Zhao represented Jabil Shanghai and took the title for the Human Development category for their “Model Direct Labor Hiring Program” project.

Kathy Xie from St. Petersburg Corporate won first place in the Operational Excellence category for her team’s project, “Rapid Response Capacity Solution.”

And, Georgina De Loza represented Jabil Guadalajara’s “Women Empowerment” project and tied for first place with Emmanuel Joseph from Penang in the Social & Environmental Responsibility category.

Congratulations to all of our Jabil Joules for participating in the 2015 Deliver Best Practices Competition. Be sure to check back soon to find out more about the 17 individual female competitors.

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