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Bring joy to work.

About Inspirus

Our Story

Inspirus has been a part of the employee recognition industry for over 100 years. As an employee engagement software company, our focus on building strong customer relationships while delivering unique and differentiated solutions has made us a leader in the human capital management (HCM) space.

We believe organizations that focus on culture and well-being deliver on the promise of employee fulfillment and organizational success. Employees make up the foundation of culture, which is shaped and evolved through everyday workplace experiences. Those experiences are essential to the development of strong, high-performing organizations. Inspirus delivers a set of high-value software and service solutions to help our clients elevate the employee experience throughout the entire employee journey. We aim to bring joy to work, one experience at a time.

We Aim to Bring Joy to Work, One Experience at a Time.

Joy is an emotion that is not fleeting or temporary, but deep and sustained. Through Inspirus’ bring joy to work mission, we strive to reinforce Sodexo’s broader mission to improve the quality of life of those we serve. As a guiding philosophy, we seek to influence the employee experience through our six Quality of Life dimensions: recognition, health and well-being, personal growth, physical environment, social interaction, and ease and efficiency.

Recognition

Health and
Well-being

Personal Growth

Physical
Environment

Social
Interaction

Ease and
Efficiency

Quality of life extends beyond the individual and the workplace into our local and global communities. We reinforce our brand and reputation by ensuring that our employees, clients and partners experience us as a caring and accessible local partner and an economically, socially and environmentally responsible corporate citizen.

Our Mission and Values

Integrity:
Be honest and real.

We are honest, credible, transparent and reliable. We are committed to consistency in what we believe, say and do — individually and as a company. We respect others and strive to earn the respect of our clients and community.

Humility:
Be humble in service to others.

Led by our company values and not by our pride, we embrace servant leadership and the virtue of putting others before ourselves. We are open-minded and generous. We celebrate the success of others and are humble about our contributions.

Professionalism:
Be unfailingly professional.

We deliver service excellence and innovation while maintaining the highest degree of ethical and moral practices. Our intent is to exceed expectations by delivering quality products and services to internal and external clients. Inspirus is committed to nurturing an environment for sharing ideas and encouraging open communication.

Life integration:
Honor your obligations — to others and to yourself.

Balanced lives are essential to employee satisfaction, productivity and overall well-being. Although we work hard and are passionate about our service to Inspirus, we strongly encourage and support finding purpose beyond work through faith, family, community and self.

Partnership:
Work well with others.

Inspirus places a high priority on building quality relationships and developing a collaborative environment for mutual trust and understanding. We encourage each team member to share in responsibilities and work toward common goals. We are dedicated to client satisfaction and empower each team member to create a positive experience for our clients.

Our Leaders

Tatiana Frierson

Chief Executive Officer

Kelsey Cunningham

Chief Financial Officer

Vineet Rao

Senior Vice President of Technology and CIO

Ryan Bott

Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development

Alex Vértiz

Senior Vice President of Strategy, Marketing and Product

Terri Moore

Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Culture

Theresa Harkins-Schulz

Senior Vice President of Customer Experience

Kathi Feczko

Senior Vice President of Operations and Client Services

Ramesh Chaturvedi

Vice President of Products

Lesa Blakey

Vice President of Human Resources and Culture

Tatiana Frierson

Chief Executive Officer

Tatiana joined Inspirus in July 2019 and serves as chief executive officer of Inspirus and Sodexo Benefits and Rewards Services, USA. She is a results-proven executive recognized for delivering award-winning innovations, operating efficiencies and superior customer satisfaction.

Tatiana has over 25 years of progressive management achievement from Dell Services (formerly Perot Systems Corporation) spanning IT, HR and business disciplines, including all aspects of IT operations, services and solutions for global, multi-location, market-leading companies in diverse industries. In 2014, Tatiana joined the Hewlett Packard team to focus on growing the BPO business, then shortly moved into the role of account general manager for the energy, oil and gas industry in the Americas for DXC Technology (formerly Hewlett Packard Enterprise), focusing on enterprise-level accounts.

Tatiana obtained an MBA from Texas Christian University and a Bachelor of Science in Geology from The University of Texas at Austin. She is also a certified Project Management Professional.

In Her Own Words …

Beyond Work

I love going on long walks with my beloved Lucas Terrier, Winston, as well as traveling to Austin for Texas Longhorn football games. Now that I work in Fort Worth, I will begin enjoying Horned Frog games too (my other alma mater)!

Favorite Recognition Moment

Recently seeing a post on LinkedIn from a colleague who recognized me for my contribution in helping him develop his leadership style. “During my career I have realized that my peak performance has been under those that excel at what it means to be a leader. You mentored me when I needed it. You guided me when I needed it. You empowered me when I doubted myself. And you had my back during the good and the bad. And on my end I hope you realized I stood behind you 200%. I only hope that I have the impact on others that you have had on me.” – Ernest Elizardo

Proudest Moment

Being one of the first recipients of the Perot Systems Excellence Award – “reaching the summit however far we need to go.” This was presented to me by Ross Perot. It was such an honor to work for a patriot who truly cared about his employees and customers.

Passion

Helping team members deliver outstanding results, whether it’s a team sport or for a company project.

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

An engaged employee is a satisfied employee who will be more productive. Recognition should not be an annual event during performance reviews only, but more frequently when great action is demonstrated. What is important is how we treat each other with dignity and respect daily.

Kelsey Cunningham

Chief Financial Officer

Kelsey is a true finance professional with keen analytical expertise. A former EY accountant, she brings Big 4 experience and enterprise knowledge to focus on the financial development and execution of various Inspirus business strategies.

Kelsey Cunningham is the Chief Financial Officer for Inspirus. A true finance professional who also exhibits strong emotional intelligence and keen analytical expertise, Kelsey brings a strong background of accounting and finance experience to the Inspirus team, primarily focused on the financial development and execution of various business strategies. She began her career as an accountant at Ernst & Young in audit, focused in the financial services industry. At Grosvenor Capital Management, Kelsey was as an associate in the fund finance group and primarily worked on the registered investment fund complex. She most recently served as Vice President of Finance for Signify Health, which included oversight of the accounting department and partnering with other departments and to implement company-wide initiatives.

Kelsey obtained a BBA in Finance and Accounting and a Masters of Accounting degree from Texas Christian University and has been a CPA since 2011.

In Her Own Words …

Beyond Work

My husband, Brent, and I have family all over the country, including Colorado, Nebraska, Texas, and Louisiana. I love traveling to visit family and friends and exploring new places within and outside of the United States. I also enjoy attending TCU sporting events with Brent, spending time with our two rescue dogs, Heidi and Charlie, and reading books of all genres. Each year, Brent and I travel to a small town in Wyoming to fly fish with long-time family friends, a tradition that began with my father and grandfather many years ago.

Proudest Moment

Being named the first recipient of the Innovation Award at CenseoHealth (now known as Signify Health). Innovation was one of the identified pillars of success within the company. During my time there, I was fortunate enough to have worked on many projects that gave me the opportunity to explore creative solutions.

Favorite Recognition Moment

When my father was inducted into the Cattle Feeder’s Hall of Fame in 2017. With his entrepreneurial spirit and my mother’s dedication to family, the two were a great team and worked tirelessly to build a successful cattle business from the ground up. My father always told me that in order to run a successful business, you must always invest in your employees: they will be your greatest asset. My father and mother also showed my sisters and me the meaning of hard work and dedication and to “never give up.” Our entire family was fortunate enough to celebrate this event with my father a few months prior to his passing.

Passion

I am passionate about identifying and implementing ways to solve problems, especially through numbers. I am the most energized when working in a team environment!

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

In today’s society, we have a tendency to overlook the human element in the workplace. A company may make a great product, provide great service or have the best technology, but it all starts with phenomenal people. Recognizing others for their contributions is not only a way to bring the human element back into the workplace, but it is also necessary in order to retain top talent and maintain a strong company culture.

Vineet Rao

Senior Vice President of Technology and CIO

As Senior Vice President of Technology and CIO, Vineet has over 25 years of technology expertise spanning the banking, retail, payment cards and the airline industries. He brings business-specific knowledge that is critical to transformational growth and client engagement and success.

Vineet has held various IT leadership roles and supported HR functions, Employee Recognition, Network Planning, Revenue Management, Pricing and Fraud Identification. Vineet excels at building trust-based partnerships within business and with vendors. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with Computer Sciences specialization from Bangalore University.

In His Own Words ...

Beyond Work

I love spending time with family (wife and two boys) and with lots of friends. As a family, we enjoy hiking and traveling – both these activities provide a great learning experience to know oneself and our place on earth and humanity. I am also an active volunteer for expat groups bringing home closer to them through cultural and community events.

Proudest Moment

An example and a lesson from my son on being selfless in service – when he played for a prize, shooting basketballs, but happily handed the prize to his closest friend who could not win.

Favorite Recognition Moment

Getting a standing ovation from the CEO and the executive leadership team for a project that we all as a team thought “we were only doing our jobs.”

For us to have executed that project successfully under some tremendous constraints was in itself a reward, but to see that it did not go unnoticed at the highest levels was icing on the cake.

Passion

Helping people realize their potential. It feels satisfying when people I work with say “they never thought they could do it, but did!” I also like when we are able to find commonsense solutions to seemingly complex problems.

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

To me, how you treat people is more important than what you tell them. Everyone we work with is here to do the best they can. A little meaningful recognition goes a long way to emphasize that purpose. Ultimately, I would like to see workplace recognition become an unconscious habit, and not something that is enforced.

Ryan Bott

Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development

Ryan joined Inspirus in 2017 and serves as Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development. He brings strong expertise in building sales teams, cloud and SaaS solutions, global pipeline development, enterprise deal conversion and growing partner/alliance revenue.

Ryan has a passion for sales optimization and creating valuable relationships with customers, while also helping others reach their highest potential. He adds 15 years of experience of SaaS and service revenue management to Inspirus, with a proven history of global sales team leadership. Prior to joining the Inspirus team, he has held several leadership roles in the technology industry, including Head of Business Development at O.C. Tanner.

Ryan obtained a BA in English and Writing from Weber State University and an MBA from Arizona State University. As a leader in Utah’s technology scene, he leads both the AAISP and Saleshacker chapters, and was recently awarded one of the Top 25 Most Influential Inside Sales Leaders globally by the American Association of Inside Sales Professionals.

In His Own Words…

Beyond Work

I receive great fulfillment from work – in particular, building amazing teams who hopefully succeed after their time with me. However, I find even greater satisfaction doing the same for my family. My children are amazing debaters, soccer players and contributors to this grand experience we call life. With them I share my other great passions of fly fishing, soccer and exploring.

Proudest Moment

My proudest moment came when I was told by a tearful mother and dear friend that I was an “angel on earth.” Years earlier I had taken a risk to hire someone who on paper was never a fit candidate. I gave him an opportunity to focus on something other than the recent, tragic passing of his two-year-old son. From a dark and lonely place he rose like a phoenix from the ashes, lifting our company, our clients and himself.

Favorite Recognition Moment
I’ve had some great moments, including one where my team unknowingly voted me into a top award, which was a complete honor to know they cared.

Passion

My passion is improving the situations around me – first with people and then with things. I love traveling the world and making a difference in someone’s life. I love looking at a blank wall in a house and converting it to something amazing.

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

A sincerity that changes lives.

Alex Vértiz

Senior Vice President of Strategy, Marketing and Product

Alex joined Inspirus as the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Product as part of its acquisition by Sodexo in 2016, bringing with him nearly two decades of experience in B2B and consumer strategy, product management and marketing.

Alex’s passion for building, marketing and delivering unique products started when he was a young boy. His thoughts of being an inventor led him to get a degree in engineering, which he put to work through a career that touched several industries: telecommunications, financial services and HR consulting — focusing on B2B and consumer solutions. Now at Inspirus, Alex is combining all of his experience and expertise, including his time at Watson Wyatt (now Willis Towers Watson), to deliver unique employee engagement solutions that drive employee quality of life.

In His Own Words ...

Beyond Work

I love to spend time with my three children and my wife, Allison, and supporting all of their passions, be it soccer, gymnastics, golf or academics. When I have a bit of extra time, I like to spend it playing golf, woodworking or reminiscing about days when I had more time for myself.

Proudest Moment

When my daughter and her team won third place overall in the 2015 Fort Bend County MatchBook! competition. A more personal moment happened in 2002 when I was asked to give a speech about success and life’s journey to the faculty, parents and students of my entire elementary school.

Favorite Recognition Moment

I really don’t have a favorite one — I go through life looking for all of them. The call my best friend made when I got my first job. The email I sent my brother when he opened his first restaurant. The look on my parents’ faces when I graduated from Lehigh University and stopped to thank them for everything they did. The silent nod exchanged with friends who always show up in a time of need. It really is everywhere.

Passion

Creating and delivering unique products that have a lasting positive impact on the people who use them.

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

Remembering that employees are the best advocates, the strongest supporters and the face of an organization. The one constant is that people are a company’s biggest asset. Recognizing them for all they do should be part of every company’s culture — built right into the foundation.

Terri Moore

Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Culture

Terri joined Inspirus in 2017 as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Culture. A tenured HR executive, she has extensive knowledge, more than 30 years of experience and an accomplished track record in developing and implementing people strategies and change management solutions.

Terri provides strategic leadership and vision for the continued development and implementation and enhancement of Inspirus Human Resources functions while achieving operational goals and continuing to enhance the company culture.

A former vice president of human resources for Dean Foods Company, Terri applies her comprehensive business knowledge and significant field experience to evolve the Inspirus culture and further its vision to bring joy to work, one experience at a time. Terri earned a degree in Psychology from Central Michigan University and has certifications in change and project management and various learning and development programs.

In Her Own Words...

Beyond Work

I enjoy spending time with my family (husband and two grown daughters), working with children and a special needs ministry. We love the woods and hiking, so my family is building a cabin in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, and that consumes a lot of our time. I was an avid runner for many years but now enjoy (I use that word loosely) the gym interval workouts.

Proudest Moment

On a personal level, it would be completing a marathon at the age 42.

Favorite Recognition Moment

When I left Dean Foods after 29 years, the outpouring from current and former Dean Foods employees was overwhelming and humbling. I was truly blessed to have worked with some great people, and I am fortunate enough to have joined another great culture here at Inspirus.

Passion

My “brand” is that I am an HR leader who is passionate and practical about people and performance. I LOVE helping people develop and succeed, often beyond what they dreamed they could do.

What Workforce Recognition Means To Me

I strongly believe that you have to live “recognition.” Workforce recognition can’t just be a program. How we treat each other every day lays the groundwork for meaningful, genuine recognition.

Theresa Harkins-Schulz

Senior Vice President of Customer Experience

As Senior Vice President of Customer Experience for Inspirus, Theresa uses her deep experience to create long-lasting impact and success. She’s an influential pioneer who has led award-winning Fortune 500 recognition organizations and was one of the chief drivers behind the certification of recognition professionals.

Theresa brings experience from leading recognition programs at Fortune 500 organizations to her position as Senior Vice President of Customer Experience. As an influential pioneer in the field of employee recognition, she identifies challenges and integrates solutions into the strategic fabric of an organization, creating long-lasting impact and success.

Theresa is a dynamic business leader and a recognized expert in recognition. She led the development of the award-winning best-practice recognition program at Delta Air Lines. As Past President and Educational Board Chair for Recognition Professionals International, she led the development of a Certified Recognition Professional curriculum. Chances are, if you’ve spent any time learning how the best organizations recognize their employees, you’ve seen Theresa’s work in action.

She is a graduate of Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Public Health Education. She has Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) and Certified Recognition Professional (CRP) designations. She uses all of that experience to translate business needs into tangible action plans, build organizational consensus, and execute goals on point, time and budget.

In Her Own Words ...

Beyond Work

I never sit down! I love being active with family, camping, bike riding, hiking and traveling. My favorite activity is to hit the pavement early on a Saturday morning to run and enjoy the serenity of the beautiful outdoors.

Proudest Moment

When my family labeled me the “camp director” early in life! I love coordinating events to get everyone together. I am the oldest of four girls and my husband is one of four boys and we have six kids between us. I keep our family ties strong by organizing events to bring family and friends together to hang out, camp, watch football and baseball games, and celebrate life events. I love watching my two children grow up. It makes me smile when I see them encourage and recognize others.

Favorite Recognition Moment

It’s often hard to surprise a recognition leader, but in 2009, RPI managed to do this. I had just completed a 10-year sprint with the board serving in various positions, but most important, led the charge to develop a certification program for recognition professionals. During the annual conference, my fellow board members surprised me by developing an award in my name to be given annually honoring individuals or companies who excel at educating others on recognition.

Passion

I have a passion for leading people and developing solutions to drive employee engagement. I love to help people develop, as well as leverage technology to solve true business problems.

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

Creating a blueprint that makes recognition so easy in an organization, doing it naturally becomes part of the company’s culture!

Kathi Feczko

Senior Vice President of Operations and Client Services

Kathi oversees operations, account management and client services and applies her experience in leading high performing teams in collaboration with organizational growth and client retention targets.

Kathi is an empowering leader who builds and maintains a culture of collaboration, teamwork, communication and engagement. She has had a progressive career as SVP, Client Services and Sales Operations for a leading global relocation management company serving the HR technology and global mobility needs of Fortune 500 and large private companies. She is dedicated to improving the Quality of Life of all that she serves and is involved with Volunteers of America, Meals on Wheels, and Habitat for Humanity.

In Her Own Words ...

Beyond Work

I enjoy spending time with my family (husband and two grown daughters) and extended family all over the U.S. We love travelling globally to experience various cultures, especially those that tie to our family heritage. Staying connected with friends and family are very important to me… in fact my family calls me “The Connector” because of the efforts made to stay close.

Proudest Moment

Seeing our daughters as strong, independent, successful women who also retain solid family values, the love of classic rock music and a great sense of humor!

Favorite Recognition Moment

When over 300 employees gave me a standing ovation in recognition of the workplace culture and recognition cultivated during my tenure as their Regional SVP. I truly was humbled and feel blessed to have been given the opportunity to work with and for them all.

Passion

Global travel, ice hockey and my family.

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

It encompasses the big recognition moments but more importantly, the small, everyday opportunities to express appreciation for the contributions and impact of those around us. I’m fortunate to work for a company that does just that. Our culture of employee appreciation is a big reason why I joined Inspirus.

Ramesh Chaturvedi

Vice President of Products

Ramesh’s extensive experience innovative drive and blend of technical and business backgrounds make him the best person to lead our Products team and enhance the value Inspirus delivers to all of our customers. His background as Chief Product Officer and executive consultant provides him a unique perspective to analyze solutions from the perspective of both product delivery and client demand.

Ramesh joined Inspirus in November 2018 as Vice President of Products. An accomplished product management and development executive with more than 20 years of experience, he demonstrates a deep client focus and has built successful customer partnerships leading to revenue growth. Ramesh has keen analytical, technical and financial modeling skills, and is a co-inventor of ten U.S. and International issued patents in the areas of peer-to-peer communication and hardware data security. Ramesh has a master’s degree in business administration from MIT Sloan School of Management and a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas.

In His Own Words…

Beyond Work

I enjoy reading technical/business journals and historical documents on nations and civilizations

Proudest Moment

Donating blood platelets to help a friend with his fight against cancer.

Favorite Recognition Moment

Seeing the happy smiles on the faces of under privileged kids whom I assisted and mentored through middle and high school academic programs.

Passion

I am passionate about supporting educational and academic causes.

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

A company’s greatest asset is its employees. Workforce recognition means respecting the employees and providing a platform for highlighting their contributions to the company.

Lesa Blakey

Vice President of Human Resources and Culture

Lesa joined Inspirus in 2004. Today, she serves as the Vice President of Human Resources and Culture, and manages the Inspirus accounting team while overseeing the company’s HR programs and policies.

Today, Lesa deftly manages the Inspirus accounting team while also overseeing the company’s HR programs and policies — including our own reward and recognition program — Rewards2Inspirus. Her benevolent jurisdiction also encompasses the C.A.R.E. Team (Creating a Rewarding Environment), a passionate and hardworking volunteer group responsible for employee recognition events, community service projects and building a culture of caring within the company.

Prior to her tenure at Inspirus, Lesa was an assistant controller for Master Meter Inc., where she handled the preparation of international consolidated financial statements, biannual audits and GAAP compliance.

Lesa earned her MBA from Texas Woman’s University. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Texas Christian University, where she received her BBA. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the Fort Worth Human Resource Management Association. Lesa earned her Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification in 2011, and is also a Certified Recognition Professional.

In Her Own Words ...

Beyond Work

As a native Texan living in Fort Worth most of my life, I’m so blessed to have my parents, children and lifelong friends nearby to share fun times at home and church. We love to spend time fishing, camping and enjoying nature — or looking for treasures in antique shops or flea markets all across Texas.

Proudest Moment

A monumental milestone and my proudest moment was seeing my dear husband, Bill, baptize our two sons, Alex and Ben, into Christ at our church. It doesn’t get much sweeter than that!

Favorite Recognition Moment

Hearing the thunderous applause and seeing the tears of pride in the eyes of Charlie Mays — who at age 87 and after 60 years of service with Inspirus — was accepting his retirement award. During the ceremony, he was honored with a 60-page scrapbook the team created to commemorate his lifelong service and dedication to our company. What a blessing to get to know a man like Charlie and be able to celebrate his life’s work. That’s what recognition is to me — a celebration of goodness!

Passion

I work so I can support my passions for international travel, fishing and camping with my family, and buying books. I love to read! If I’m MIA, just look for me in a bookstore. As Dr. Seuss says, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”

What Workforce Recognition Means to Me

When you have the opportunity to work for a truly great company like Inspirus, you understand that rewards and recognition are an integral part of an equation that helps make people happy. Happiness is contagious! Making a difference for others and helping make the world a better place are two key reasons why I love coming to work every day.

2019
Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index
2019
Racing Toward Diversity Magazine Top 25 Public Company Diversity & Inclusion Leaders
2018
DEI Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion
2018
HRO Today Top Employee Engagement Provider
2018
DiversityInc Top 50 Hall of Fame
2018
DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity
2018
Diversity Best Practices Inclusion Index
2017
Best Companies to Work for in Texas
2017
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Top Employee Recognition Provider
2016
Great Place to Work® and Fortune Best Medium Workplaces
2016
Computerworld Best Places to Work in IT
2016
Great Place to Work® 50 Best Workplaces for Giving Back
2016
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Top Employee Recognition Provider
2016
American Heart Association Platinum FIT-Friendly Worksite Award
2016
American Heart Association Innovation Award
2016
Best Companies to Work for in Texas
2015
American Heart Association Platinum FIT-Friendly Worksite Award
2015
American Heart Association Innovation Award
2015
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Top Employee Recognition Provider
2015
Best Companies to Work for in Texas
2015
Rated by Employees as a Great Place to Work®
2014
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Top Employee Recognition Provider
2014
American Heart Association Innovation Award
2014
Best Companies to Work for in Texas
2014
American Heart Association Platinum FIT-Friendly Worksite Award
2013
Best Companies to Work for in Texas
2013
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Top Employee Recognition Provider
2013
American Heart Association Gold FIT-Friendly Worksite Award
2012
Best Companies to Work for in Texas
2012
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Top Employee Recognition Provider
2011
RPI Recognition Champion — University Hospitals
2011
RPI Recognition Champion — DIRECTV
2011
RPI Recognition Champion
2011
Best Companies to Work for in Texas
2010
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen — Ranked 1st for Employee Recognition
2009
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Top Employee Recognition Provider
2009
RPI Best Overall Recognition Program Winner — Delta Air Lines
2008
RPI Best-in-class Award Winner — Delta Air Lines
2008
HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Top Employee Recognition Provider