Applied Materials Recognized for Diversity Leadership, Philanthropy

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2012 Company and Executive Women Worth Watching - Profiles in Diversity JournalApplied Materials was featured in two recent issues of Profiles in Diversity Journal for its executive diversity leadership and corporate philanthropy.  In this month's 10th annual Women Worth Watching special issue, Applied's Dana Tribula is recognized among this year's top female executive award winners for her creative and technical leadership and initiative and achievements across her career.  Applied was also honored for its commitment to advancing women in leadership.

 

Dana Tribula, Applied MaterialsInstrumental in advancing Applied's product definition, business planning and roadmap strategy, Dana is truly a Women Worth Watching.  In the special issue, she shares a mentoring essay with readers recounting her own career path and encouraging the leaders of tomorrow to follow their passions and never be afraid to ask questions.  To read Dana's full profile and essay, click here.  To learn more about past Applied award winners, click here.  

 

Applied Materials employees install solar panelsThis past summer, the magazine's corporate philanthropy issue highlighted Applied's partnership with economic and environmental sustainability nonprofit GRID Alternatives, where employees volunteered 1,700 hours of their time to install 14 rooftop solar panel power systems on Habitat for Humanity homes in the South Bay Area over the past two years.  All together, employees helped enable savings totaling $311,000 for families over the 30-year life-span of the systems.  You can read more about the partnership here and on the Applied Materials blog.

To learn more, visit Applied's community and diversity web pages.