Enrique Rodriguez-Arce, a PPL engineer and member of LEAD, is sharing his story of turning challenges into opportunities on his road to success.
Category: Inclusion and Diversity
The Empowering Pride campaign, started by PPL’s business resource group FUSE, encourages LGBTQ+ employees to promote bravery and openness by sharing their stories while their allies offer messages of support.
June 23 is International Women in Engineering Day! See how PPL Electric Utilities support engineer Emily Haelsig is not only fulfilling her own career dreams, but is shaping a career path for the next generation.
Company offers information to help identify signs of struggle and how to get help.
Kathleen Oswalt, PPL employee and president of FUSE, the employee-led business resource group for LGBTQ employees and their allies, is leading the charge to empower pride in others by sharing her personal journey to love, acceptance and happiness.
At PPL, we condemn racism and injustice in all forms, and we stand united in our commitment to diversity and inclusion. The senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others in recent weeks are symptoms of broader, systemic issues, and we recognize more must be done to address these issues and the solutions need to be long-term.
Happy Lunar New Year! Do you know the Chinese zodiac sign for 2020? We’ll give you a hint, it’s the animal associated with wealth and fertility. Find out the answer and about PPL’s Lunar New Year celebration and the employees behind it.
PPL volunteers share the magic of books to impart lifelong lessons inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.
You’re never too young – or too old – to learn valuable lifelong lessons like the importance of being respectful, kind and accepting of others. Those lessons were imparted through the power of books as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service held at Fountain Hill Elementary School on Friday, Jan. 17.
Navy Veteran and PPL IT worker Rob Lessard will celebrate Veterans Day this year like he always does – by exchanging stories with fellow veterans about military experiences and by reflecting on the lives of those who didn’t make it back home.
Students who visited PPL were part of a program that provides enhanced support services to students on the autism spectrum.