When Rubicon® developed the company’s annual George Washington Carver Award, we did so less than the premise that at Rubicon, we not only persuade innovation and resourceful pondering in all of its varieties, but we also obstacle staff users to set the bar for their general performance, and their own goals, significant.
Final calendar year, we included two new staff awards: The Thomas Edison Award and The Clara Barton Award. This yr, we included a fourth, The Theodore Roosevelt Award, so we can celebrate extra staff members than at any time.
At Rubicon, our workers are at the middle of all that we do. Considerably like our buyers, we could not stop squander without having you, and I am so proud 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 growth of new items derived from peanuts, sweet potatoes, and soybeans served revolutionize the agricultural financial state of the South. For much of his profession, Mr. Carver taught and done research at the Tuskegee Typical 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 Essential Accounts Supervisor. Nominated for this award by Rubicon’s Main Commerical Officer, Tom Owston, he reported of Damla: “Newly produced a Important Account Supervisor, Damla has led digital integration even though simultaneously performing to support elevate the expertise and efficiency of the crew. Most impressively, she always has a smile on her face and is performing this though boosting twin two-calendar year-aged boys at household!”
The Thomas Edison Award
Thomas Edison (1847-1931) was an American inventor and businessman who has been explained as our country’s best inventor. He developed improvements in fields this sort of as electric electric power technology, mass conversation, sound recording, and motion photos, such as electric powered 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 Industrial Operations Supervisor concentrating on Commercial Finance. Nominated for this award by final year’s winner of the George Washington Carver Award, Jordan Pilsch, and Sustainability Analyst Carolyn Burch, Jordan claimed of Atta: “Atta is really down to earth and clear, she usually keeps her spirits substantial and is good. She is keen to help any one, and even if she simply cannot offer a answer herself, she will enthusiastically tutorial the human being to anyone who can. There’s under no circumstances a ‘not my job’ remark from Atta, and she really embodies the spirit of Rubicon.”
The Clara Barton Award
Clara Barton (1821-1912) was an American nurse who started the American Pink Cross. She was a clinic nurse in the American Civil War, a instructor, and a patent clerk. Given that nursing education was not then actually formalized and she did not go to nursing faculty, she taught herself the needed abilities 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 Overall economy 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 push to innovate and serve, for the duration of Makeda’s a long time of services to Rubicon she has diligently and continually labored to improve processes inside and across groups. A single instance is when she has gone the further mile and participated in Rubicon’s Eco-friendly Staff pursuits, such as waste audits and staffing squander and recycling stations to help colleagues sort their resources appropriately. A different is her avid participation in many of the affinity teams at Rubicon. These that operate with her know that Makeda can be relied on as a continuous, earnest, and good contributor to the activity at hand as effectively as supporting the society 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 history, at just 42 years and 322 times at the start out of his presidency in 1901. Amongst many, some of President Theodore Roosevelt’s most helpful achievements were being in conservation. He included enormously to the countrywide forests in the West, reserved lands for general public use, and fostered good irrigation assignments.
We are thrilled to announce that the pretty very first winner of the Theodore Roosevelt Award is Keith Brooks.
Keith joined Rubicon in 2015 and is an Functions Manager on the Innovation and Hauler Administration team. He was nominated for this award by Rubicon’s Chairman and CEO, Nate Morris.
Congratulations Damla, Atta, Makeda, and Keith. On behalf of the complete staff at Rubicon, it is an honor and a privilege to be working together with you all in our mission to conclusion squander.
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