Marvin’s Chief Marketing and Experience Officer Receives 2023 Women Make America AwardMarch 6th, 2023 by Editor
Christine Marvin, chief marketing and experience officer at Marvin, was named a winner of the 2023 Women MAKE America Awards, a national honor that identifies top female talent in the manufacturing industry. The award, presented by the Manufacturing Institute, recognizes a select group of women nationwide in science, technology, engineering and production careers, who exemplify leadership within their organizations.
“Christine’s leadership is a guiding light at Marvin,” said Paul Marvin, CEO of Marvin. “Her dedication and commitment to people-centered design has brought us into new and creative product territories that have been paramount to our success as a company. Her natural ability to help people identify and pursue their professional passions has also been critical to not only rallying a phenomenal team of female leaders across the enterprise but has also helped us foster a culture that inspires us all to dream big and thrive together.”
Notable contributions the company highlighted about Christine Marvin’s work included setting the stage for a successful launch of a mechatronics education program, known as the Advanced Resource Center (ARC), in northwestern Minnesota. Developed in partnership with Northland Community & Technical College, the new program offers students a flexible learning environment and the ability to earn up to a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree or any number of certificates within the 60-credit curriculum, supporting the future of skilled labor in the region.
“I’m humbled to receive this honor from the Manufacturing Institute and grateful to my colleagues for everything we’ve accomplished together,” said Christine Marvin. “The past few years have brought new challenges to navigate, but through collaboration and a shared vision to achieve great things together, we’ve leveraged technology in new and innovative ways to create products that will have a real and lasting impact on the well-being of homeowners for years to come.”