Thinkery is honored and very excited to be recognized with the 2020 RecognizeGood Ethics in Business Award. The Ethics in Business program seeks to “illuminate those businesses, individuals and nonprofits who believe that doing GOOD is good business.”
Thinkery CEO Andy Bell accepted the honor during a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, June 30. “I am so proud of the team at Thinkery and the impact we are making in the community,” Bell said in his acceptance remarks. “We strive to be an inclusive, friendly, inspiring space to learn for our entire community, regardless of income, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
“By providing accessible experiences though our Open Door program, Community Night Spotlights and many others to underserved and underrepresented audiences, we broaden our ability to equip and inspire the next generation of creative problem solvers.”
Bell observed that now, more than ever, it is important for businesses, nonprofits and community service organizations to be ethical, equitable, and strive for justice for all communities throughout Central Texas. “As an educational organization steeped in providing opportunity and inspiration for all children, we have a moral imperative to be part of the solution,” Bell said.
“I’m honored to accept this award on behalf of the incredible team at Thinkery, led over past several years by Trish Young Brown. This incredible team carries out our values every day in their decision making, passion for serving the community, empathy, insights and ideas.”