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Unleash Your Potential

Our most important advantage is our people. We're committed to engaging our employees by emphasizing development, creating a safe work environment, embracing diversity and inclusion, and supporting uncompromising values.

Women In Networking

Our mission is to create an environment where everyone can contribute to the success of TE by leveraging their own unique talents and personality. We focus on enabling women at TE to reach their full potential through inspiration, networking, mentoring, and professional development. By unleashing the potential of our passionate workforce, we will continue to actively support TE’s mission, values, and initiatives.

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At TE, we focus on enabling women to reach their full potential through inspiration, networking, mentoring, and professional development.

ALIGN (LGBT)

ALIGN@TE is TE's employee network of LGBT - lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender -employees and allies. We seek to create an environment where all TE employees feel safe, respected, valued and supported in the workplace.

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TE is proud to be named to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) 2017 Best Places to Work for LGBTQ.

We believe creating an environment where all employees feel included, respected and valued is instrumental in fostering the greatest innovation and unleashing the greatest growth of our people and company.

African Heritage

Our goal is to strengthen employees of African Heritage at TE through professional development, career management, and mentoring which will enable retention, representation and growth. Our mission is to drive the success of TE Connectivity by creating an environment where all employees can unleash their potential. The African Heritage Employee network strives to enhance inclusion, engagement, representation and development of employees of African Heritage globally. By fostering an environment of inclusion and diverse collaboration the group accelerates TE's growth while further supporting the company's mission and values.

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Chris Dwyer

Director IT Infrastructure

Chris Dwyer joined TE Connectivity in 2012 as an IT generalist with specific alignment to manufacturing, logistic & customer facing field sales and over 25 years of IT management experience.

Chris is also a founding member of the African Heritage Employee Resource Group.  He notes that the AH group instantly ignited his personal awareness of the potential that TE's diverse human resources bring to the business. Chris says, "Having lived in the USA for 6 years coupled with many years of European business exposure cultural awareness has become a way of business life."  

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Leilani Scott

VP, Human Resources

Leilani is the Vice President of Human Resources for the Global Automotive Business within TE Connectivity. She has 15 years of experience in Human Resources working in various HR functions including Training, Learning & Development, Business Partnership, Program Management, and Management Development. Leilani has helped lead a new hands-on and progressive approach to HR around the business at TE.

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Tom Lynch

Executive Chairman

Tom Lynch is the Executive Chairman of the TE Connectivity’s Board of Directors. Mr. Lynch served as the company’s Chief Executive Officer from January 2006 to March 2017. He was elected to Chairman of the Board in January 2013 and transitioned to Executive Chairman of the Board in March 2017.
From September 2004 to January 2006, Mr. Lynch was at Tyco International (Tyco) as the President of Tyco Engineered Products & Services, a global manufacturer of industrial valves and controls. He was promoted to Chief Executive Officer of Tyco Electronics, now TE Connectivity, in January 2006, and grew the company into a $12 billion global technology leader.
Mr. Lynch joined Tyco from Motorola, where he served as Executive Vice President of Motorola, and President and Chief Executive Officer of Motorola’s Personal Communications sector, a leading supplier of cellular handsets. Prior to this role, he served as President of the Integrated Electronics Systems sector, of which automotive was the largest market segment.
Prior to Motorola, Mr. Lynch was Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Satellite and Broadcast Network Systems segment for General Instrument Corporation.
Mr. Lynch serves on the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee, and on the Boards of Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (NYSE: TMO); Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI); and The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pa. He is a member of the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a leading organization in building commercial relations with China.
Mr. Lynch has a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Rider University, New Jersey, U.S.

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Rebecca Robinson

Global Manager of Inclusion & Diversity

Rebecca Robinson is the Global Manager of Inclusion & Diversity. She plays a key role in the development and implementation of TE’s inclusion and diversity strategy in close partnership with the Segments and Functional leads and is the facilitator for the Engagement & Inclusion Council.
 

Veterans

Our Veterans employee resource group is dedicated to serving the Veteran and active military communities. Our mission is to engage, develop and support our employees who have sacrificed their lives to create a better and safer place for us to live and grow. We are committed to continually foster and enhance the experiences of those involved, while driving awareness of the challenges faced by our active military, Veterans and their families.

Young Professionals

Our Young Professionals are building TE's leaders of tomorrow. Our Young Professionals Employee Resource Group is committed to creating a highly engaged and empowered cross-functional network by placing high value in Professional Development, Community Involvement and Networking Opportunities. Through this network, we promote inter connectivity among young professionals while encouraging understanding and growth across all generations.

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Megan Garcia, HR Business Partner, engages during a Professional Development event sponsored by the Young Professionals group.