Tag: Influential women

Isabel Wins for the Employees

  Isabel Romo’s story begins in high school while working at a friend’s family business. When she received her first paycheck, she was shocked and disappointed how small her payment was for all the labor involved. It was… Read More

From the Web: How the Shalane Effect Works

On November 5, 2017, Shalane Flanagan was the first American woman in 40 years to win the New York City Marathon. Although this 26.2-mile course was an individual-runner event, Shalane was not alone as she crossed the finish line. In 2009, she began… Read More

Wuxi Wins in the Community

For Jianmei Xue, winning first place at Jabil’s continuous improvement competition, Deliver Best Practices, meant more than just receiving an award. The trophy signified a win for the less fortunate in the Wuxi community who she’s been able… Read More

Jabil Recognized at Women Executive Leadership Corporate Salute

  The Women Executive Leadership (WEL) is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to increase the number of females on corporate boards and in executive-level positions through advocating, educating and connecting inspirational leaders. WEL’s Corporate Salute Event was… Read More

From the Web: Diversity in STEM – Important for Society, Good for Business

Dr. Patty Lopez, a first-generation college student and owner of seven technical patents, was interviewed by Carol J. Carter, HuffPost Contributor, on how diversity in STEM is important for society and good for business, saying the more diverse the workforce, the more ways a… Read More