Celebrating Women's History Month - Feeling Pride within an Inclusive Work Environment

Women’s History Month is a time for recognizing the central role of women in U.S. history. For Cummins, it is also about highlighting the significance of diversity and inclusion. In honor of Women’s History Month, we’ve invited employees to share their personal stories, helping others understand what this month represents, as well as the importance of an inclusive workplace year round.

Employee Highlight: April Dales, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Compliance

Time at Cummins: 20 years

I Am #HeForShe: Cummins Director of Engine Diagnostics, Paul McAvoy

March is Women's History Month. To celebrate, we're featuring an ongoing series of articles throughout the month highlighting gender equality champions at Cummins Inc.

These Cummins employees have each taken the UN’s #HeForShe pledge, joining over 1.3 million individuals who are taking action to create a gender-equal world. We’ll feature one profile a day starting Monday, March 6, 2017 through Friday, March 10, 2017.

I Am #HeForShe: Cummins Indirect Purchasing Leader, Priscila Mendes

These Cummins employees have each taken the UN’s #HeForShe pledge, joining over 1.3 million individuals who are taking action to create a gender-equal world. We’ll feature one profile a day starting Monday, March 6, 2017 through Friday, March 10, 2017.

The third Q&A in our #HeForShe profile series features Priscila Mendes, Indirect Purchasing Leader, Cummins Inc.

I Am #HeForShe: Cummins Sourcing Manager, Chad Buehler

These Cummins employees have each taken the UN’s #HeForShe pledge, joining over 1.3 million individuals who are taking action to create a gender-equal world. We’ll feature one profile a day starting Monday, March 6, 2017 through Friday, March 10, 2017.

The second Q&A in our #HeForShe profile series features Chad Buehler, a sourcing manager for Cummins.

I Am #HeForShe: Cummins Engineer, Kevin Matiko

These Cummins employees have each taken the UN's #HeForShe pledge, joining over 1.3 million individuals who are taking action to create a gender-equal world. We'll feature one profile a day starting Monday, March 6, 2017 through Friday, March 10, 2017.

Kicking off our #HeForShe profile series is Kevin Matiko, a Cummins engineer with HMLD Off-highway for combustion performance and emissions. Kevin is in his third year with Cummins.

Environmental Champions Energized By Broader Role

Cummins’ successful Energy Champions initiative, which trained employees to look for ways to save energy in plants, facilities and offices, is evolving into the company’s Environmental Champions program.

“We wanted sites to have a holistic view when reviewing facility projects, not just look through the lens of one media like energy,” said Nichole Morris, Environmental Manager and Cummins’ Water Program leader. “This way, you look at the benefits and the disadvantages of a project with the media of water, waste and energy in mind.”

Celebrating Black History Month – Fostering a Culture of Inclusion

Black History Month is a time for recognizing the central role of African-Americans in U.S. history. For Cummins, it is also about highlighting the significance of diversity and inclusion. In honor of Black History Month, we’ve invited employees to share their personal stories, helping others to understand what this month represents, as well as the importance of an inclusive workplace year round.

Employee Highlight: Maurice Dantzler, Director of Functional Excellence and Shared Services

Years at Cummins: 5

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