NEW YORK, NY, July 20, 2016 — Kristin MacMillan, President of Imprint Plus, a leading manufacturer of customized, re-useable name badge and signage systems, was named a winner in the Profiles in Diversity Journal 15th Annual Women Worth Watching Awards.
Ms. MacMillan and the other winners will be profiled in the upcoming “Women Worth Watching” edition of PDJ, available in September. The feature will recognize and publicly celebrate their commitment and achievements as well as the companies and organizations that support and employ these accomplished women.
“Collectively, these women are forging ahead with global acclaim in strategies that are making a difference in their workplace, marketplace and around the world,” PDJ Publisher James Rector said. “These leaders bring an array of life experiences and views that consistently produce a variety of new concepts and ideas.”
Imprint Plus is led by three women executives including President Kristin MacMillan, CEO Marla Kott and Founder Ellen Flanders. The women saw the need for more attractive, economical and eco-friendly name badges and signage that help establish personal and brand identity. The badges are reusable, professional looking and easily personalized on site using Microsoft certified software and any office printer.
“At Imprint Plus we emphasize customer satisfaction based on personal attention and product quality. It’s also important to have a professional environment that supports a work/life balance,” says Ms. MacMillan. “I’m honored to receive this award on behalf of our company’s innovative techniques and business philosophy.”
About Imprint Plus: Imprint Plus manufactures an assortment of name badges and systems that range from customized name badge systems for large multi-national companies; to The Mighty Badge DIY Kit for the small to mid-size businesses with 10+ employees; to YouWho name badges in two- and four-unit kits. For information on name badges, visit www.imprintplus.com,www.themightybadge.com, or www.youwhobadges.com.
About Profiles in Diversity Journal: This national bi-monthly magazine is dedicated to promoting and advancing diversity and inclusion in the corporate, government, nonprofit, STEM, and higher education sectors. For nearly two decades, Diversity Journal has helped stimulate organizational change by profiling the visionary leadership, innovative programs, and individual commitments to making it happen.