The TI Alumni Association’s United Way campaign will take place this year from October 24 through November 9.
You are probably already aware that TI has a strong commitment to our communities, which includes a 50+year relationship with United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. TIAA has its own United Way campaign, which provides an easy way for retirees to continue their loyal support of our communities. And, when TIAA members make a pledge during the TIAA United Way campaign, these dollars are matched dollar for dollar by the TI Foundation (up to $10,000 per retiree).
The TI Annual Health Benefits Seminar will be held on Thursday, October 6, in Collinwood 1 at the Plano Centre, 2000 E Spring Creek Parkway. There will be two sessions – one for Medicare-eligible retirees and the other for pre-Medicare retirees.
If you are eligible for Medicare, you should plan to attend the afternoon meeting from 1:30 to 3:00 pm. Dr. Kevin Soden, TI Consulting Medical Director, will give a health care update, and OneExchange representatives will give an update and be available to help with any questions.
Some 28 active TIers, retirees, and spouses, participated in this year’s On My Own Time (OMOT) Art Competition, entering 55 art objects in ten categories.
Judges from the Business Council of the Arts were impressed with the quality and diversity of the entries as well as the creativity shown by the artists.
The Annual TI Retiree Luncheon will be held at the Mesquite Convention Center on Thursday, November 3. Doors will open at 9:30 am, with a barbeque lunch served at 11:30 am. The speaker this year will be Ellen Barker, Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Vice President of TI.
The TI Alumni Association (TIAA) is teaming up again with active TIers for the 17th Annual TIAA Charity Golf Tournament, but with a new format. There will be two flights in the tournament; one for Retirees and one for Active TI golfers.
Retirees, former TIers and guests enjoyed a tasty and informative seminar hosted by Windsor Senior Living on July 25.
Cathy Sperling, MA Biomedical/Health Ethics, gave a comprehensive presentation on “Things to Consider When Choosing Community Lifestyles”. She serves as Director of Sales & Marketing for Windsor, and has many years of experience in helping Seniors with transitions in housing. Cathy explained a range of options, with the pros and cons of each, and reviewed the licensing requirements of the facilities.
TIAA members, retirees and former TIers are invited to view the entries in the 2016 On My Own Time (OMOT) exhibition, and cast their vote for People’s Choice.
Texas Instruments recently posted its tenth annual Corporate Citizenship Report (CCR), outlining the company’s social and environmental performance for 2015.