Women in Electronics, a 501(c)(3) public charity providing mentorship, networking, events and resources that advance results in gender parity in the electronics industry, announced its newest sponsor, Plexus Corp., a global provider of product design, manufacturing, supply chain and aftermarket services.
“We are excited to partner with Women in Electronics given the strong alignment in values and goals. Empowering, developing, advocating and celebrating women is critical in expanding opportunities and building leadership talent at Plexus and in the electronics industry. Our people create our best Plexus. For Plexus to succeed in our vision of helping create the products that build a better world, it is critical that all of our teammates have the opportunities and support necessary to reach their full potential," said Plexus CEO Todd Kelsey.
“Plexus is a world-renowned global organization with a well-established commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workspace, where all team members have the opportunity to reach their full potential,” said Jackie Mattox, WE Founder, President and CEO. “Women in Electronics anticipates this partnership to be beneficial in advancing gender parity in the Electronics Industry and related end user markets.”
“I am excited to join the DEI Council of Women in Electronics, aligning our focus and efforts to create a diverse and inclusive global Electronics Industry,” said Jamie Crouse, Plexus’ Vice President of Human Resources. “We respect and embrace the diverse perspectives, backgrounds and experiences of our team members. In valuing and uniting through this collective uniqueness, we create great outcomes for our team members, partners and communities.”
Women in Electronics sponsors include Allied Electronics/RS, Amphenol, Arrow Electronics, Avnet/Newark/Farnell, Kyocera/AVX, Cornell Dubilier, Digi-Key, Flex Electronics, Galco Industrial Electronics, KEMET/Yageo, Littelfuse, Octopart, Orbweaver, Plexus, Samtec, and TTI Family of Specialists.