Outside Timberland: I enjoy knowing our electricity meter runs backwards in the summer, thanks to the solar panels on the roof of our home.
My favorite thing to do in the outdoors: I enjoy taking my 14 month old daughter to the beach and going for a bike ride with her in a seat on my handlebars.
My favorite Timberland product: I am a HUGE SmartWool fan. Does that count? I bought a pair of Timberland boots in 2005 when I first joined the company, and they are the most comfortable piece of footwear I own. I don’t remember the name of them, but five years on they’re still going strong (although I need to get them re-heeled).
Atlanta McIlwraith is employed by Timberland.
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Twenty years ago, Timberland created our Path of Service™ program—a monumental moment that marked the beginning of a rich tradition of service. To celebrate the 20th Anniversary, we put our values into action at events around the world, thanks to our team of Global Stewards—passionate employees who volunteer above and beyond their regular job responsibilities [...]
A group of Timberland volunteers gave up a Sunday morning during this busy holiday season to share some joy with kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Boston. Each year, the directors of the various clubs identify the kids with the highest needs, and they receive an invitation to attend a very special [...]
2012 marks the 20th anniversary of Timberland’s Path of Service™ program, which gives employees 40 hours of paid time off to serve in their communities. This milestone provides an opportunity to recognize the importance of service to our corporate culture, honor our heritage, and look for ways to deepen our commitment to service. One way [...]
2012 marks the 20th anniversary of Timberland’s Path of Service™ program, which provides paid time off to our employees to volunteer in their communities for the organizations and causes that are most meaningful to them. As we celebrate 20 years of the Path of Service internally, we’re grateful to also be recognized for it externally. [...]
As a values-driven company, Timberland is always looking for ways to walk the walk as we talk the talk. It’s not always easy. When it comes to community service, we often face questions from employees about how to take time out of the office to serve while staying on top of their job responsibilities. How [...]
Takashi Lee is the Country Manager for Timberland Japan. Below, he shares with us his recent experience traveling to and serving survivors in parts of Japan that were devastated by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in March. On the early morning of June 29th, I was on the Tohoku Shinkansen (bullet train) heading for Ichinoseki, [...]
On September 8th, Timberland employees, partners and volunteers will pull on our boots and make a difference in communities worldwide as part of our annual global service event, Serv-a-palooza. And we could use your help. We’re seeking proposals for a one day, large-scale, transformational service project for 150-300 committed and passionate volunteers within a reasonable [...]
Ten days ago, a tornado devastated Joplin, MO, a city of 50,000 people. The storm destroyed 30% of the city, including an estimated 5,000 homes and businesses, and killed more than 100 people. 10 people are still missing. Today marks the beginning of the lengthy (and costly) process of removing the debris so that Joplin [...]
To celebrate the opening of our new store at 201 Newbury Street in Boston, we invited non–profit environmentally-focused organizations serving Boston through preservation, conservation, or the expansion of green spaces to apply for the opportunity to win a $2,500 grant and a summertime service event with 50-100 Timberland volunteers. The response was tremendous and the [...]
It used to be that most Timberland employees worldwide celebrated Earth Day on or as close to April 22 as possible. I would wake up in New Hampshire and pull on my boots, jeans and service T-shirt, knowing that my colleagues in Asia were kicking their feet up after a hard day of service, that [...]