With Thanksgiving right around the corner, our employees got busy collecting groceries for neighbors in need. With the food drive complete, today we delivered nearly 370 food items and supplies to the Westinghouse Valley Food Pantry, which provides food assistance to families in the Turtle Creek, Pa., area near our facility. Huge thanks to our generous team members and the amazing folks at Westinghouse Valley Food Pantry for supporting our community and providing neighbors with relief from food insecurity.
Go Steelers! Intervala hosted its annual fall employee luncheon today with a tailgate twist—a chance to win tickets to tonight’s PIttsburgh Steelers game against the Carolina Panthers. We kicked things off with a delicious chili and soup lunch from Apple Harvest Catering in North Versailles, Pa., then continued the fun with a raffle featuring the coveted Steelers tickets. Congratulations to employees Norm Czarnecki, John Davis and Diane Volkert who will be cheering on the Steelers in person at Heinz Field tonight!
PITTSBURGH, October 29, 2018—Intervala, LLC, a full-service manufacturer of high-reliability, precision electronic and electromechanical products, today announced that President and CEO Teresa Huber was named CEO of the Year by the Pittsburgh Technology Council at its 22nd Annual Tech 50 Awards on October 25, 2018. The awards celebrate southwestern Pennsylvania’s most successful, innovative and thought-leading technology companies. The CEO of the Year award recognizes Huber as the top tech executive in the region.
Huber has served as president and CEO of Intervala since founding the company in 2016. In that time, Intervala has achieved double-digit annual revenue growth, significantly expanded its global customer base and increased employment more than 40 percent. Huber has 25 years of leadership, manufacturing and engineering experience in the Pittsburgh region’s electronics manufacturing sector, driving positive outcomes for business leaders such as Westinghouse Electric, Sony, Pinnacle Electronics and LaBarge, Inc.
“I’m extremely honored and grateful to the Pittsburgh Technology Council for this award, which reflects the tremendous talent of Intervala’s 200-plus team members,” said Huber. “I believe the role of a CEO is to put the right team in place and then get out of the way. I’m forever grateful to our group of exceptional individuals who embrace tough challenges, innovate on a dime and make our customers’ success their top priority every day.”
A video profile of Huber presented at the Tech 50 awards ceremony is available at https://tinyurl.com/TeresaHuber
At Intervala, we create customized, intelligent solutions for each customer’s unique requirements. We are a full-service manufacturer of high-reliability, precision electronic and electromechanical products for companies in industrial, medical, transportation and other technology-driven markets. Customers choose Intervala because we understand their complex product and service needs. Our team draws on decades of experience to bring a fresh approach to problem-solving, combining turnkey manufacturing capabilities and engineering, materials management and global fulfillment services to deliver smart, innovative solutions. Total customer satisfaction is the cornerstone of our business. For more information, visit www.intervala.com.
Congratulations to Intervala President and CEO Teresa Huber who was named CEO of the Year by the Pittsburgh Technology Council at its 22nd Annual Tech 50 Awards celebration, held last night at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Hotel. The awards celebrate southwestern Pennsylvania’s most successful, innovative and thought-leading technology companies. The CEO of the Year award recognizes Huber as the top tech executive in the region.
Check out the Tech Council’s full coverage of this year’s award winners.
Also, be sure to watch this video profile of Teresa that was shown during the awards ceremony.
A little rain didn’t stop our fun-loving employees and their families from having a great time at Intervala’s annual picnic! Many of the festivities were moved indoors at Pittsburgh’s Boyce Park, but that didn’t stop the fun. Kudos to Apple Harvest Catering for the delicious lunch and to Mike the Balloon Guy for the great entertainment, including a captivating magician, an insightful caricaturist and a talented airbrush tattoo artist who was a hit with kids! Participants in the cornhole tournament and “Closest to the Flamingo” long-drive contest rose to the challenge despite the soggy conditions. Cheers to employees Kerry Metz and Sandi Rop, the cornhole victors, and to Jamie Welsh, the long-drive champ. A great time was had by all. Big thanks to everyone who turned out and to Intervala’s Employee Association for coordinating this year’s picnic.