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Making amazing things happen
Textron Systems’ Ortiz Honored as Technology Rising Star
Women of Color magazine has honored Textron Systems’ Alejandra Ortiz, an electrical engineer as a Technology Rising Star. This award is given to women with less than 15 years in the workforce who are helping form tomorrow’s technologies. Congrats Alejandra!
Textron Systems Engineers Receive SASE Achievement Awards
The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) have honored three of Textron Systems engineers with their SASE Achievement Awards. David, Jai and Sangburm bring different skillsets and experiences to their roles within Systems. We’re extremely proud of their work and are thankful to SASE for recognizing their accomplishments.
Employee Resource Groups Build Connections
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) like VETNET are designed to share common experiences and help to build new personal/professional relationships inside and outside of the company. We have more than 40 ERGs across our businesses that focus on various dimensions of diversity, including race, ethnicity, gender, disability and age, among others.
A Leader on Environmental Transparency and Action
As we work toward a sustainable future for the environment, we are committed to transparency through measurement and disclosure. We’re proud that CDP has recognized our work in these areas.
Bell’s Debra Curry Receives BEYA Award
Debra Curry was recognized as Black Engineer of the Year for Community Service in the Industry at the 2020 BEYA Awards. Debra is an engineer on the Bell 360 program has been involved in community service throughout her life – from running soup kitchens in her home state of Washington to running the Bell African Ancestry Networking Group (BAANG). Congratulations Debra!