Author: 89N Admin

The Society of Women Engineers has asked Julie Martin, our Vice President, to be the keynote speaker at their upcoming Hartford, Connecticut event on March 3rd-4th. The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) serves as a unique resource for women within the engineering industry. Julie will present on the topic “Power of the Pebble: The path to success is made up of tiny increments.” Interested in attending?

>> Register Here!
>> Read about the full lineup and topics for Hartford here

Industry Veteran’s Rise Adds Momentum to One of Vermont’s Fastest Growing Firms

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Williston, Vermont — November 8th, 2022 “We’re very excited to promote Sean to this expanded role,” said 89 North’s Vice President, Julie Martin. “His experience is a valued asset for our organization and our growth, as he leverages over 20…

COVID protocols prevented the governor from meeting with Julie following her being awarded the Manufacturing Institute’s STEP Ahead Award. Now that the coast is a bit clearer, he extended an invitation for Julie to attend coffee hour with him at the State House. The Governor asked a lot of questions about 89 North, its relationship with Chroma Technologies, its product line and customers, as well as the factors guiding the firms growth. Also in attendance were Lindsay Kurrle, Secretary of Agency of Commerce & Community Development, and Betsy Bishop, President of the Vermont Chamber of Commerce. The meeting ended with Secretary Kurrle and Governor Scott requesting an opportunity to visit 89 North in their Williston facility. So watch this space and we’ll keep you up to date!

It’s always nice to receive recognition. And that’s exactly what Julie Martin recently received in the mail: a letter from retiring Senator Patrick Leahy congratulating her on the STEP AWARD honors she recently received at a ceremony in D.C. Julie said “It was already pretty special to go down to our nation’s capital, and now I’ll always have this memento from a politician whose decades of service have meant so much to our State.”