Every day around the world, HP helps its customers save money while reducing their environmental impact. Tara Agen created a program that helped businesses in her community do the same thing. Learn more about Tara.
An HP employee for 30 years, Sylvia Burrow plays an important role in maintaining high ethical standards at HP. Her job is to help people speak up if they have concerns about the way HP does business. Learn more about Sylvia.
Judy Glazer is director of HP’s Social and Environmental Sustainability and Compliance team. Judy and her team work with others throughout HP to help the company uphold high standards in social and environmental responsibility, as well as keep pace with trends in this rapidly changing field. Learn more about Judy.
Ann Hetherington coordinated a team tasked with finding a more environmentally sustainable method to package and transport HP Visual Collaboration studios. The team’s efforts led to a substantial reduction in costs, materials use, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Learn more about Ann.
Shelley Jeffcoat’s experience mentoring a struggling co-worker helped her realize other HP employees could benefit from the same kind of support. So she set out to create a department-wide peer-mentoring program. Learn more about Shelley.
Phillip Kong has helped make the Melbourne, Australia chapter of the HP Sustainability Network one of the fastest-growing and most active employee groups at HP. Learn more about Phillip.
As the global lead for the HP Sustainability Network, Debbie Ledbetter works with a volunteer group of more than 10,000 employees around the world, implementing and sharing practices that help HP reduce its environmental impact. Learn more about Debbie.
Chantal Martineau-Kirse founded and coordinates the HP Women’s Network in Munich, Germany. The group promotes the professional development, visibility, and retention of women at HP Germany. Learn more about Chantal.
In 2010, Aziz Mohamed traveled to Kenya and visited an orphanage. The children there had been abandoned by their families due to disease or illness, and the majority of them are HIV positive. The experience inspired Aziz to return and do whatever it takes to make a positive change. Learn more about Aziz.
HP’s legal pro bono and community service work are having an impact all over the world. Katrin Mondon and her colleagues on the HP Germany legal team created a program to educate young people about online risks, such as piracy and fraud. Learn more about Katrin.
Janet Morris is a part of the HP Eco Advocates—a group of employees who publicly represent HP’s commitment to environmental sustainability. Her dedication to the environment—in both her personal and professional life—helped her win a spot on the “Leadership on the Edge” Antarctic Expedition 2011. Learn more about Janet.
The HP “closed loop” ink cartridge recycling process is the first of its kind—and a groundbreaker in environmental sustainability. Paul Nash, a senior plastics engineer at HP, was instrumental in developing the initiative. Learn more about Paul.
Chandrakant Patel is an HP senior fellow and director of the Sustainable Ecosystems Research Group at HP Labs. His vision for building a more sustainable world has helped make HP a leader in energy-efficient computing. Learn more about Chandrakant.
As HP’s chief privacy officer, Scott Taylor and his team work to ensure the personal data of HP customers remains secure by integrating privacy and data protection into HP’s processes, products, and services. Learn more about Scott.
Barath Venkatesh used his experience with India’s education system, both as a child and an adult, to provide valuable insight to the HP Catalyst Initiative. Thanks to Barath, HP found an exciting partner—the Agastya International Foundation—to lead a Catalyst consortium. Learn more about Barath.