Shaunna Tobin
Shaunna Tobin
At TE, if you want to lead, you can. If you want to collaborate, you can. If you want to innovate, you can. If you want to learn and grow, you can. If you want to succeed, you can.

As an EH&S Manager, Shaunna Tobin and her team are working to drive a culture that actively promotes safety, environmental sustainability and environmental stewardship.  She brings expertise that is now also driving to promote safe behavior outside of work to include the safety of our employees’ families and environmental stewardship at home.  An injury at home or at work is, after all, still an injury and the effect to the employee and their family is the same regardless of where the injury occurred. The campus has experienced such a shift in culture that it can confidently tout it is among “the best of the best,” having been recognized by the State of North Carolina for prestigious membership in the Carolina Star program and as Environmental Stewards.

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What experiences shaped your career?

I graduated with an engineering degree from Clemson University and from there, went directly into manufacturing. Always having a passion for the preservation of our environment, I jumped at the opportunity of becoming an Environmental Manager. As an athlete and due to my competitive nature, I chose to continue my education for my Masters in Occupational Safety. I was, and continue to be, determined to succeed.

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What do you enjoy most about working at TE?

TE is so diverse and multi-faceted that the opportunities are endless. If you want to lead, you can. If you want to collaborate, you can. If you want to innovate, you can. If you want to learn and grow, you can. And lastly, if you want to succeed, you absolutely can.

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What concepts and ideas excite you?

Recently, I was offered the opportunity to travel to Europe for two weeks to benchmark against other facilities and work with the global EH&S steering team. It was the perfect opportunity to grow, network, and collaborate with peers who share a similar vision for TE worldwide and our path to be exceptional leaders in EH&S.

4

What advice would you give a new candidate looking to break into the field of technology?

The advice I typically offer new candidates and those just entering the workforce is to make networking a priority. I have found that you can not drive your career alone. You and your career are best served when you have solid relationships, build trust, and solicit feedback from a variety of functions and levels within the company.

...Make networking a priority. I have found that you can not drive your career alone. You and your career are best served when you have solid relationships, build trust, and solicit feedback from a variety of functions and levels within the company.
Shaunna Tobin,
Environmental Health & Safety Manager, Transportation
Shaunna Tobin
Shaunna Tobin
At TE, if you want to lead, you can. If you want to collaborate, you can. If you want to innovate, you can. If you want to learn and grow, you can. If you want to succeed, you can.

As an EH&S Manager, Shaunna Tobin and her team are working to drive a culture that actively promotes safety, environmental sustainability and environmental stewardship.  She brings expertise that is now also driving to promote safe behavior outside of work to include the safety of our employees’ families and environmental stewardship at home.  An injury at home or at work is, after all, still an injury and the effect to the employee and their family is the same regardless of where the injury occurred. The campus has experienced such a shift in culture that it can confidently tout it is among “the best of the best,” having been recognized by the State of North Carolina for prestigious membership in the Carolina Star program and as Environmental Stewards.

1

What experiences shaped your career?

I graduated with an engineering degree from Clemson University and from there, went directly into manufacturing. Always having a passion for the preservation of our environment, I jumped at the opportunity of becoming an Environmental Manager. As an athlete and due to my competitive nature, I chose to continue my education for my Masters in Occupational Safety. I was, and continue to be, determined to succeed.

2

What do you enjoy most about working at TE?

TE is so diverse and multi-faceted that the opportunities are endless. If you want to lead, you can. If you want to collaborate, you can. If you want to innovate, you can. If you want to learn and grow, you can. And lastly, if you want to succeed, you absolutely can.

3

What concepts and ideas excite you?

Recently, I was offered the opportunity to travel to Europe for two weeks to benchmark against other facilities and work with the global EH&S steering team. It was the perfect opportunity to grow, network, and collaborate with peers who share a similar vision for TE worldwide and our path to be exceptional leaders in EH&S.

4

What advice would you give a new candidate looking to break into the field of technology?

The advice I typically offer new candidates and those just entering the workforce is to make networking a priority. I have found that you can not drive your career alone. You and your career are best served when you have solid relationships, build trust, and solicit feedback from a variety of functions and levels within the company.

...Make networking a priority. I have found that you can not drive your career alone. You and your career are best served when you have solid relationships, build trust, and solicit feedback from a variety of functions and levels within the company.
Shaunna Tobin,
Environmental Health & Safety Manager, Transportation