High companies’ Robin Stauffer Recognized in Women of Influence Awards

The High companies is pleased to announce that Robin D. Stauffer, corporate secretary, will receive the Community Achievement award in the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2014 Women of Influence awards.

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Robin Stauffer, Corporate Secretary, High companies

We’re delighted that Robin’s efforts have been acknowledged by Women of Influence.

Lancaster, Pa. (PRWEB) April 14, 2014

The High companies is pleased to announce that Robin D. Stauffer, corporate secretary, will receive the Community Achievement award in the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2014 Women of Influence awards. The award honors her leadership and achievements within the High companies, including her role as Executive Director of The S. Dale High Family Foundation and her contributions to the community.

Stauffer exercises general administrative direction over the support services for the High companies’ chairman, the CEO, the presidents and chief operating officers, and the corporate senior vice presidents. She is responsible for management of the High Corporate Executive Offices, Corporate Marketing and Communications, the Executive Administrative Team, and the Corporate Office Services Department. Stauffer is a member of the High companies Executive Committee, the Presidents’ Council of the High companies, and the High Education Committee.

“We’re delighted that Robin’s efforts have been acknowledged by Women of Influence,” said Nevin D. Cooley, CEO of the High companies. “She exemplifies The High Philosophy of building trustworthy relationships and being innovative leaders.”

In addition to her role with The S. Dale High Family Foundation, Stauffer is active in her community, serving as executive director of the Essence of Humanity Award Program, which honors and elevates individuals who have overcome challenges and obstacles, and caregivers of such individuals. She is a board member with the United Way of Lancaster County and served as its 2008 campaign chair, and is an inaugural member of the Women's Leadership Council, an active member of the Ethics Committee, the Resource Development Cabinet, and the Fundraising Advisory Committee. She is a member of the Lancaster County Community Foundation’s Community Engagement Committee and a past member of the Elizabethtown College Business Advisory Council, a former board member of Mom’s House, Inc., and a graduate of Leadership Lancaster.

About Women of Influence

The Central Penn Business Journal’s Women of Influence award recognizes 25 women leaders in the mid-state who are influential in their companies, industries and communities, and have solid reputations based on their experience, integrity, leadership and accomplishments. Stauffer will be honored, along with her peers, at an event scheduled for Monday, June 16, at the Hilton Harrisburg. For more information visit http://www.cpbj.com/section/Women-of-Influence-Awards.

About the High companies

The High companies, based in Lancaster, Pa., include High Real Estate Group LLC and its affiliates High Associates Ltd., High Construction Company, Greenfield Architects Ltd., High Hotels Ltd., High Investors Ltd.; and High Industries Inc. and its affiliates High Steel Structures Inc., High Concrete Group LLC, High Steel Service Center LLC, High Environmental Health & Safety Consulting Ltd., and High Transit LLC. For more information visit http://www.high.net.


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