GP's new series, Principles in Perspective, highlights employees with various responsibilities who are leading and living out GP's principles and values at work

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October 30, 2023 (press release) –

October 30, 2023 

Atlanta - Our principles and values are more than words on paper. It is the core of who we are and how we conduct business both for employees and our customers. In our new series, Principles in Perspective, we’re highlighting employees with various responsibilities who are leading and living out our principles and values at work.

“What I’ve learned is what a difference it makes to work at a company that values the fact that every employee is unique,” says Megan Sirna, senior vice president of human resources.

This series focuses on how each individual is leaning into a culture where everyone can succeed and fulfill their passions at work. Click here to learn about our principles that guide us and listen to some of your colleagues below as they tell it from their perspective.

Ken Kim, Maintenance Manager at GP's gypsum plant in Tacoma, Washington, shares how continuous transformation is not just imperative for business but also important for its people.

Listen to GP employee, Rohan Rathi, describe how you can build talent if you have the right virtues.


Listen to Varsha Monick, VP of customer experience and innovation, describe how innovation and Principled Entrepreneurship led to in-transit tracking to meet customers' needs.

Listen to supply chain manager Keith Dula as he talks about being a lifelong learner, pursuing passions while simultaneously creating value for the company and the community.

Hear from Lori Chennault, senior vice president of strategic sourcing and procurement, speak on how we seek to create opportunities based on each individual’s unique gifts and potential to contribute.

Listen to Jesse Ingram, Maintenance Manager at Albany Lumber share how our values connect to the business after reading Charles Koch’s, book Good Profit

Hear from Megan Sirna, human resources leader as she talks about how respect and meaningful work makes our culture unique.


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