PTDA Foundation establishes Wendy B. McDonald Award.
Press Release Summary:
February 26, 2014 - To honor the memory of Wendy B. McDonald, PTDA Foundation has established the Wendy B. McDonald Award. "Mrs. Mac" served over 60 years as a leader in her family-owned international industrial distribution company, BC Bearings Engineers Limited, which was acquired by Motion Industries, Inc. Award acknowledges a woman who has established herself as a critical contributor to her company's success and has affected positive change within the power transmission/motion control industry.
Original Press Release
PTDA Foundation Establishes Wendy B. McDonald Award to Recognize a Trailblazing Woman in the Power Transmission/Motion Control Industry
Press release date: February 20, 2014
Wendy B. McDonald, known as "Mrs. Mac," served over 60 years as a leader in her family-owned international industrial distribution company, BC Bearings Engineers Limited, which was acquired by Motion Industries, Inc.
A trailblazing woman business owner, Mrs. McDonald left many legacies through her long career in the industry. Her charm and grace are legendary as well as her philanthropy and commitment to give back to the industry and the communities that led to her success.
When merited, the Wendy B. McDonald Award will be presented annually during the PTDA Industry Summit. Nominations are now being accepted through May 31, 2014, and will be judged by the following criteria:
• Nominees must be female and employed by a PTDA member company in any capacity. There are no criteria with respect to title, position in company or years of experience.
• Nominees must exemplify leadership and integrity in all business relationships.
• Although all nominees are considered, those employed by Canadian companies or distributors receive extra consideration.
Download the criteria and nomination form at www.ptda.org/WBMcDonaldAward.
The PTDA Foundation, whose work is funded solely by donations, was founded in 1982 to enhance knowledge, education, professionalism and productivity within the power transmission/motion control (PT/MC) industry. The Foundation is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) corporation; contributions are tax deductible to the full amount allowed by law. For more information, visit www.ptda.org/foundation.
Rick Navarro, ICP Marketing Manager