Congratulations to our 2012 Founders’ Award Recipients

At Adobe, we don’t just recognize what you accomplish; we celebrate how you do it. Our values of Genuine, Exceptional, Innovative, and Involved underpin our culture and how we work. It’s a core part of our DNA that started with our Founders John Warnock and Chuck Geschke.

In fact, we created an award in honor of our Founders that recognizes employees who make the greatest impact on our business, while exemplifying our values. It’s the highest form of recognition we have Adobe and our employees determine who receives it.

Today I had the pleasure of announcing our 10 global Founders’ Award honorees at our company meeting. They range from a principal scientist in Boston who is redefining the digital imaging industry, to a solution consultant in Amsterdam whose passion for Adobe products is infectious, to a manager in Noida, India who is known for his ability to inspire his team. They have vastly different roles, but they all make Adobe a great company and a great place to work.

As we near our 30th anniversary in December, it makes us proud to see employees like this who carry on Chuck and John’s vision for building an innovative company with a strong sense of values. Meet this year’s Founders’ Award recipients in this video:

I invite you to learn more about what it’s like to work here on our Life@Adobe blog or on our Adobe.com/careers page.

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Comments

    June 20, 2012

    Anjaneai writes:

    Awesome!!!

    Congratulations to all of you, and Thank you for being a motivating factor to your peers and people around you, you truly deserved it!!

    Kudos!
    Anjaneai

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