Prior to Doncasters, she held leadership positions with Medtronic and Covidien (acquired by Medtronic). Her assignments included four years supporting the growth plan for the fast-evolving emerging markets unit as vice president, HR with more than 4,500 employees. Parker-Clegg’s second assignment, based in Singapore, included the development of a new Asia Pacific human resources team as the company was merging two regional organizations to a workforce of 6,000 employees. The focus areas for both assignments included foresight in workforce planning, better visibility of the talent needed to provide industry leadership and commercial excellence, while ensuring an inclusive culture to drive engagement and innovation. Prior experience includes an assignment with B/E Aerospace Fastener and Consumables Management in Florida and a 16-year tenure with Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. This included roles as director of talent acquisition in New Jersey; director of human resources in Paris, France; director Human Resources in Prague, Czech Republic and the United Kingdom. Her career originated in sales following the completion of her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Studies at Sheffield Hallam University. Parker-Clegg is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development. Allison Transmission has announced that Lorraine Parker-Clegg joined the company as chief people officer in Human Resources on Oct. 5. She will be responsible for the Global Human Resources agenda in support of the worldwide Allison team. Parker-Clegg has extensive experience both internationally and in the United States. Most recently, she served as chief human resources officer with Doncasters Group Ltd. based in the United States and headquartered in the United Kingdom. Doncasters is a manufacturer of high precision alloy components designed to operate in demanding conditions, serving OEMs that manufacture aircraft engines, industrial gas turbines and specialist automotive products.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement She commented, “I am honored and excited to join the team and to be able to contribute to the continued pursuit of excellence in the people practices of the organization and in support of Allison’s long tradition of a commitment to innovation and quality.”
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On Friday (May 2), the Petrobras Executive Committee approved contracts for twenty-three vessels to support its offshore activities. These vessels are part of the 6th round of the third Fleet Renewal Plan for Offshore Support Vessels (Prorefam).In 6th round, nineteen Platform Supply Vessels (PSV – Vessels to transport cargo to the platforms) were contracted, six with Asgaard Navegação S.A., six with Starnav Serviços Marítimos Ltda, three with Bram Offshore Transportes Marítimos Ltda., two with Wilson Sons Offshore S.A. and two with Companhia Brasileira de Offshore. In addition, four Anchor Handling Tug and Supply vessels (AHTS – Vessels to tow and anchor rigs and platforms) were contracted with Companhia Brasileira de Offshore.In this program, the percentage of local content required in the construction phase is 50% for Anchor Handling and Tug Supply vessels (AHTS) and 60% for Platform Supply Vessels (PSV). In the operational phase, the percentage of local content required is 70% for both types of vessels.Approved contracts in this 6th round comprise a total investment of approximately US$1.7 billion to be made by the charterers and should generate around 7,000 direct jobs in Brazil over the next four years. Over the last six rounds, which began in 2008, these contracts have ensured a continued average demand for around 5,500 jobs in Brazilian shipyards each round.Since 2008, this program has signed contracts for a total of 146 vessels in seven successive rounds. Up to the 6th round, contracts had been signed for 110 vessels, amounting to around US$ 6.7 billion in investment from charterers to build vessels in Brazil. The 7th round of the program was launched in March this year and Petrobras will receive proposals until June 27. Their contracts will be signed by October 30 this year. [mappress]Press Release, May 08, 2014
Letshego Zulu Women from different cultures and backgrounds will come together to share their life experiences during a Women’s Day event at Den Anker restaurant, at the V&A Waterfront on Saturday August 10, from 8am to 11am.One of six women who will share their stories is Letshego Zulu, widow of adventurer and motor racing driver Gugu Zulu, who died just before summiting Mount Kilimanjaro with the Trek 4 Mandela expedition in 2016.Her book, I Choose to Live, Life after losing Gugu, recounted the tragedy, has just been published. Joining Ms Zulu as guest speakers will be: MasterChef finalist Abigail Mbalo-Mokoena, a dental technologist-turned-founder of the “4roomed eKasi Culture” restaurant in Khayelitsha Designer Tamburai Chirume, co-founder of mother and daughter design collaboration One of Each focusing on luxury handbags and fashion accessories Wellness blogger Maxine Schuiling, founder of Macro Mixes and evidence based health blogger over at Sugarfree Sundays Artist Lizette Chirrime who will share her journey to becoming an artist who creates large-scale textile-driven works Lavender Hill granny and social activist Connie Abrahams will share more about her Young Knitters Club, an initiative she started to help keep young people off the streets on the Cape Flats.The event kicks off with a yoga session led by Virgin Active on the Pierhead deck, followed by breakfast at Den Anker and talks by the women. The event includes performances by the traditional women’s choir Isibane. Tickets cost R200 and the proceeds will benefit two charities: The Justice Desk, which focuses on empowering women, and the Imbumba Foundation, which invests in education and development of the girl child. For more information and to book tickets, call Den Anker on 021 552 8656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Share 1166 Views one comment Sharing is caring! Share Share As part of the annual Creole Day (Journee Kweyol), the Ministry of Culture, through the Cultural Division, a Creole Dress Parade was held on Friday 28 October 2016.Staff of the Division, students, teachers and parents participated in the parade which commenced downstairs the Government Headquarters and ended on the Dame Mary Eugenia Charles Boulevard.– / 41 EntertainmentLocalNews PHOTOS: Creole Dress Parade by: – October 28, 2016 Tweet
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The legendary Manchester United defender took over the reins at the Madejski Stadium in the summer and a recent run of four straight league wins has seen the Royals shoot up to third in the Championship table.The head coach will be hoping to end that storming run in Berkshire tomorrow, at the same time stemming his own team’s spell of one win in seven games.“Jaap Stam has come in and has tried to educate supporters and players with regards how he believes football should be played,” Johnson told Bristol City Player HD.“They’re very expansive and make a lot of passes. Sometimes that can be quite frustrating for English fans to watch, especially when a lot of those passes take place in your own half.“However, it’s clearly working for Reading so no one can argue when you’re being successful.”The City boss added: “They’ve got a good side that we have to respect, but at the same time I think we’ve performed better against that sort of team.“That’s probably down to the physicality of the Championship. We’ve got a lot of younger players, under the age of 23 or 24.“To get a team that is ready-made, full of 6ft 4in players, who are strong, quick and good on the ball costs millions in terms of transfer fees, wages and agents’ fees.“I keep trying to sell the story of where we are and hopefully people can enjoy that. We’ve had a bit of a dip in terms of results recently and we want to turn that around pretty quickly.”City will be backed by more than 3,200 supporters at the Madejski Stadium, something Johnson is looking forward to seeing.“They’re the lifeblood of the club and have provided us with great support already this season,” he added.“I’ve got good memories of huge travelling support at Reading and it’s great that it’ll be the same tomorrow.”City fans will be able to pay on the day at Reading at non-member prices.
A year ago, the Vanderbilt baseball team struggled in the final few weeks of its regular-season schedule only to go on to win its first College World Series title.After watching his team’s poor performance against Florida in a 7-3 loss Friday at Hawkins Field, Commodores coach Tim Corbin can only hope his team is following the same formula.Numerous miscues allowed the Gators (37-14, 16-10 SEC) to pull within two games of the East Division-leading Commodores (36-15, 18-8) with four games to play. The division winner will earn one of the top two seeds in the upcoming conference tournament.Passed balls. Wild pitches. Errors. Poor defensive decisions. All uncommon mistakes for a team that’s usually fundamentally sound.“Not the type of baseball you need to beat a good team,” Corbin said. “A few too many mistakes. Some balls that got away from us.”Vanderbilt’s Phil Pfeifer strikes out his demonsThe Commodores beat themselves with defensive miscues, but their offense could not get to Florida’s A.J. Puk, who limited them to five hits and two runs in seven innings. The 6-foot-7 junior left-handed pitcher struck out 12 and retired the final nine batters he faced.“There’s not a whole lot of A.J. Puk’s floating around in this country,” Corbin said. “He’s 6-7, 6-8, all arms and legs; he’s a miniature Randy Johnson.”Zander Wiel’s solo home run off reliever Bobby Poyner was the only Vanderbilt hit after the third inning.Although the Commodores are ranked No. 10 in the country, their season has been remarkably inconsistent. This is a team that lost both of its games to Belmont earlier this season; it lost two of three at South Carolina; it lost six of eight during a 12-day stretch in April; it now has lost three of six since sweeping Missouri two weeks ago.Conversely, the Commodores can earn one of the top two seeds in the upcoming SEC tournament by beating Florida in today’s regular-season home finale and one of three games at Alabama next week. Or, if they lose today, they still can win the East Division by sweeping Alabama next weekend.Vanderbilt, Carson Fulmer shut out FloridaTo do well in that tournament and the upcoming NCAA tournament, they’ll also need better starting pitching beyond ace Carson Fulmer. Fulmer, who shut out Florida 2-0 on Thursday, is 10-1 this season.Reliever Ben Bowden has five wins, the only Vanderbilt pitcher besides Fulmer with more than four.Perhaps more telling of the team’s inconsistency is its play in the second game of three-game weekend series. The Commodores are 5-7 in those games, including a 3-6 record against SEC opponents.Corbin has been looking for the right person for that slot all season.Senior Phil Pfeifer made his third start of the season in that spot on Friday but could not get out of the fifth inning. He left trailing 5-2, allowing home runs to J.J. Schwarz and Harrison Bader.When the NCAA tournament begins the last weekend of this month, the Commodores will need three victories to advance. Walker Buehler (3-1) will start the series and regular-season home finale today against Florida’s Alex Faedo (4-1).Reach Dave Ammenheuser at 615-259-8352 and on Twitter @NashSportsEd. Vanderbilt starter Philip Pfeifer, center, talks with catcher Jason Delay as Florida’s Richie Martin circles the bases after his two-run home run in the second inning Friday.
DUBAI (Reuters) – If there were any lingering doubts about Afghanistan’s stature as one of the most mercurial sides in limited-overs cricket, Rashid Khan and Mohammad Shahzad dismissed them in style during Tuesday’s epic Asia Cup tie against India.Having secured their place in tomorrow’s final, India fielded a weakened side for the dead rubber, resting skipper Rohit Sharma, and bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah and Yuzvendra Chahal.Afghanistan were already eliminated from the competition but appeared determined to make a statement against their neighbours, who have helped develop the game in the strife-torn nation, even offering two grounds to host ‘home’ matches.In the end, Asghar Afghan’s team departed on a high note as spin-bowling talent Rashid sent down a brilliant final over to help pull off the 36th tie in one-day cricket history.“When you tie with a team like India, it’s like winning,” skipper Afghan said after the thriller at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium as his side bowled India out with one ball to spare.“They usually chase easily. It is good for the fans as well.”Shahzad was adjudged man-of-the-match for his belligerent 124, which powered Afghanistan to 252 for eight.Opener Lokesh Rahul, who top-scored for India with a fluent 60 in his first match of the tournament, was not surprised by the growth he had observed in a side who became the 12th Test playing nation in June.“We’ve seen how much they improved as a team in the last couple of years,” said Rahul, who shares the Kings XI Punjab dressing room with teenage Afghan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman in the Indian Premier League.
All Activity I think that retro probably sells a little better in hats. As far as their unis, I don’t mind the monochrome for a game or two, but the split colors in both sets look best. The Bills don’t have a bad set, it just needs some updating with the shoulders and the piping. The Bills have a good throwback set, but the helmet is way dated. They need to use the current helmet or the white helmet with the current logo/blue mask with that set. Location:City of Champions and the Pirates 8 All Activity Buffalo or Buffa-NO? Sign in to follow this MC Buffalo This topic is now closed to further replies. Posted September 23, 2006 Posted September 22, 2006 0 Share on other sites I’m wondering about the Billls and their decision to go with throwbacks full-time. Has there been any kind of word about what exactly they plan to do in the future? I’ve seen them wearing the normal jerseys, but at LIDS the new burner hat is the throwback logo and colors (Chargers is the same way).What’s the deal? Anyone have a scoop? Thanks. Link to post 8 0 87 44 posts The complaint department is closed. Share this post Share on other sites Sports Logos 0 gmlouisville Followers 0 Link to post 87 Share on other sites Share this post 557 Sports Logos Sign in to follow this Members Far as I know they’re keeping the look for the forseeable future. BBM Share this post Recommended Posts MC Buffalo Link to post Buffalo or Buffa-NO? 0 Posted September 23, 2006 2,894 posts Go To Topic Listing 0 Piping Free SportsLogos.Net Buffalo or Buffa-NO? Sports Logo News Members 87 hormone Link to post Members 557 SportsLogos.Net Followers 0 557 Sports Logo News Members By gmlouisville, September 22, 2006 in Sports Logo News There is no plan to abandon the current jerseys and go retro full time.However I do think we have seen the last of the Blue on Blue (Jerseys and Pants). New GM Marv Levy and New Head Coach Dick Jauron have made it known that they are not fans of the blue on blue.Amen to that I have not been too thrilled with any of the teams that have gone all one color looks 0 Share this post BBM Share on other sites 0 Location:Long Island, NY Posted September 22, 2006 1,489 posts gmlouisville hormone Forums Home 8 631 posts Forums Home