At Solugenix, we believe that being good citizens means doing our best today to achieve a better tomorrow. This goes beyond what we do to help our clients and extends to the social good we are doing in the world around us.
For the last 50 years, giving back to the community has been an integral part of who we are at Solugenix. Whether it’s the annual Arizona Science Bowl, or a food drive at our Brea oﬃce, teams at Solugenix regularly give back to the communities where we work and live.
Workforce Development through STEM Education
The Arizona Science Bowl is a Jeopardy-style competition that attracts the state’s top science and math competitors every year. Since 2007, Solugenix has been a proud sponsor of this event and provides significant functional support for the event. The Science Bowl is an opportunity to get students involved in a unique and rewarding educational experience. Students who participate in the academic competition develop teamwork and problem-solving skills.
Reducing our carbon footprint and minimizing greenhouse gas producing is a critical component to environmental sustainability. As part of our commitment to environmental sustainability, Solugenix has taken steps to reduce our impact on the environment. Here are some of the practices we are actively engaged:
- Reducing waste by using reusable drinkware
- Using automation to cut down on paper usage
- Recycling products that can be recycled
- Reclaiming used technology products
Solugenix is a workplace of inclusion and diversity, it is a place where professionals from eclectic backgrounds can come with unique perspectives and allow their ideas to flourish. Creating a better tomorrow starts by integrating diversity into our workplace today.
At Solugenix, diversity and inclusion are deeply rooted in who we are as a global team. By valuing the diversity of cultures, opinions, and life-experiences in our employees, Solugenix has been able to foster an inclusive environment for the last 50 years.
-Shashi Jasthi, Chief Executive Officer
Doctors Without Borders is a humanitarian organization created to bring aid and medical to people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect or catastrophe, primarily due to armed conflict, epidemics, malnutrition, exclusion from health care or natural disasters. It was created in 1971 by doctors and journalists in France. Today, the group provides aid in nearly 60 countries.
Junior Achievement is dedicated to inspiring children and preparing them for success in the global economy. The focus is on preparing students for the world ahead of them by teaching them how to generate wealth and manage it, how to create jobs in their communities and how to apply entrepreneurial thinking into the workplace.
SciTech Institute (formerly AZTC Foundation) is dedicated to supporting STEM education by carrying out projects, programs, fairs, bowls and festivals that focus on STEM. The purpose of this support is to motivate students to seek educational and career paths in STEM-related fields. The institute also sponsors students who are pursuing careers in technology through scholarships and grants.
St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital is on a mission to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Their vision is to provide treatment to children without regard to race, religion or a family’s ability to pay.