Cleaning Executives Recognized For Management Excellence
- Harry Proulx: Pride On His Side
- Van Le: Epitome Of Perseverance
- Tammy Justice: Justice For All
- Eric Herman: Cure For Complacency
- Lisa Ferrell: Maid To Mentor
- Jess Baidwan: Champion For Change
This year, Facility Cleaning Decisions magazine honors six exceptional executives who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty — whether they’re tackling antiquated cleaning practices, motivating lethargic staff, or cleaning toilets.
These Managers of Distinction wear many hats, and they wear each one with pride. They challenge the norm and sometimes overstep boundaries to ensure the cleanliness of their facilities and the health and safety of building occupants. In so doing, they serve as role models and mentors not only for their staff, but in their communities, as well.
• Harry Proulx, Facilities Supervisor at Rochester School Department, New Hampshire
• Van Le, Supervisor of Custodial Services at Community Consolidated School District 15 Palatine, Illinois
• Tammy Justice, Manager of Housekeeping, Mail Services, Shipping & Receiving and Surplus at University of North Carolina Asheville
• Eric Herman, Public Services Manager at City of Austin — Building Services, Texas
• Lisa Ferrell, Housekeeping Manager for University Facilities Management at Kent State University, Ohio
• Jess Baidwan, Custodial Services Supervisor at Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Ignacio, Colorado
To nominate a deserving manager for the 2017 award, click here.
To view past winners, click here.
Harry Proulx: Pride On His Side
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