Recently, Georgia-Pacific donated $100,000 to the volunteer fire department in Corrigan. The Corrigan Volunteer Fire Department, which has close to 25 active volunteers and answered more than 150 emergency calls in 2022, has kicked off a capital campaign.
Patty Lovejoy, plant director at our Dixie cup plant in Lexington, Kentucky, has had the unique opportunity to be in every GP business. Hear more about her career path and what advice she would give those interested in the industry.
With a commitment to empowering individuals and building stronger communities, Georgia-Pacific has partnered with the non-profit organization PCs for People to support digital inclusion in underserved areas in Atlanta.
Meet Kiana Townsel, HR business partner at the Cumberland City, Tennessee, gypsum plant. Kiana has held several roles within Georgia-Pacific, where she started as an intern and worked her way through the organization.
Keeping employees safe while working is the number one priority at Georgia-Pacific. We believe that no matter how we are performing today, we can always do better to create long-term success and improve society overall.
I love working for a company that values growth and opportunities for each individual. Like many at Georgia-Pacific and across Koch Industries, my career has taken a path I wouldn’t have expected when I first joined the company. But it has been the right one for me.