Spirit recognized as Top Inclusive Workplace Culture by MOSAIC and the Tulsa Regional Chamber

MOSAIC, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council, recognized Spirit AeroSystems as one of the region’s Top Inclusive Workplace Cultures at their Economic Inclusion Forum in late October. Spirit was a four-star honoree based on meeting certain criteria in five key categories: CEO commitment, diverse suppliers, people, internal policies and community outreach.

Marilyn Ihloff, 2015-16 MOSAIC Chair; Jose Cordova, senior manager, Supply Chain and Logistics, Spirit Oklahoma; Mike Neal, president & CEO, Tulsa regional Chamber of Commerce
Marilyn Ihloff, 2015-16 MOSAIC Chair; Jose Cordova, senior manager, Supply Chain and Logistics, Spirit Oklahoma; Mike Neal, president & CEO, Tulsa regional Chamber of Commerce

Jose Cordova, senior manager, Supply Chain and Logistics for Spirit’s Oklahoma operations accepted the award on behalf of Spirit.

Click here to read the full release by MOSAIC.

“We are committed to building an all inclusive culture at Spirit, so it’s a great honor to see those efforts recognized by MOSAIC and the Tulsa Regional Chamber,” said Brian Black, senior manager of Global Executive Development & Diversity.