Kristin Moseley Honored With ATHENA Award
Anderson, SC, 6/13/19–
We are proud to announce that Kristin Moseley, HTI Regional Sales Manager, has been awarded the ATHENA Young Professional Award by the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber announced the award at their 2019 Small Business Luncheon on Thursday, June 13th.
Kristin Moseley is actively involved in the Anderson Chamber and is a recent graduate of Leadership Anderson Class 32.
She is also the past Chair of the Leadership Anderson Board of Regents. She is a member of the South Carolina Manufacturing Alliance, Rotary Club of Greater Anderson, and SHRM. Currently, she serves on the Financial Wellness board for the Anderson United Way and chairs the current United Way Campaign. Kristin also serves on the Habitat for Humanity Board and selection committee, and recently served as an AWANA volunteer/lead, and Chamber Ambassador. She is genuinely passionate about helping others and often likes to do so from behind the scenes. She has a heart for connecting people and helping them reach their fullest potential.
Kristin started with HTI in 2008 in an entry-level position. Over the years she has grown from the HTI on-site coordinator at Bosch to become Regional Sales Manager.
“Kristin’s work ethic shows up in every aspect of her life. As a Regional Sales Manager with HTI, as a community leader, and as a mother, wife, and daughter. Her passion in these areas is not something that can be taught, but it is something that we will continue to nurture.” Says her Manager, Steven Sawyer.
The ATHENA Young Professional Award recognizes and celebrates the ATHENA mission. They believe in supporting, developing and honoring women and men leaders who have inspired women to achieve their full potential.
The award honors emerging leaders who strive toward the highest levels of personal and professional accomplishment. It commends those who devote time and energy to their community and serve as a role model for young women.
“I do what I do because I love this town, love this community… but I am blessed to work for a company whose values and culture match mine. Because they allow me the time to go and do all of these things in the community – a lot of companies don’t do that. HTI firmly believes in giving back to our communities and I am lucky to work there.” – Kristin Moseley, ATHENA Young Professional Award 2019 Recipient