TIAA members elected new officers for 2015-2016. They are, from left to right, Larry James, President; Kate Newman, Treasurer; Dorothy McAllister, Secretary; and Tom Boedecker, Executive VP.
More than 120 members and guests attended the 16th Annual Meeting of the TI Alumni Association at the Dallas Arboretum on May 14. The meeting, held in Rosine Hall near the entrance to the Arboretum, began with a reception and social period. TIAA President Larry James called the meeting to order at 1:30 pm and presented an overview of the Alumni Association, covering membership and financial status, as well as events and activities. He also thanked the Arboretum staff for hosting the event and noted this is the third time our Annual Meeting has been held at this venue.
Texas Instruments has published its ninth annual Corporate Citizenship Report (CCR) online, outlining the company’s social and environmental performance for 2014.
“Every day, TIers around the world are doing what’s right, challenging the impossible, and making our communities stronger,” said Rich Templeton, TI Chairman, President and CEO, in the report’s opening letter.
Highlights of TI’s 2014 performance include:
Dallas-area TI retirees and TIAA members – and their spouses – are invited to display their creative talents and take part in the 2015 On My Own Time (OMOT) competition.
This year all categories (visual and literary arts) are open to TI retirees and TIAA members including the brand new Collaborative Category where three or more individuals can create an entry of visual art or literacy art. In the past, teams from other corporations have knitted quilts, compiled short essays, and collaborated on a painting etc..