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Mansfield-based Sensience, a leader in advanced sensing technologies, is thrilled to announce its outstanding achievement at the esteemed 16th Annual 2023 Globee® Awards for Women in Business. The Globee Awards, renowned for their commitment to recognizing women’s excellence in the business world, have bestowed CEO Julie Furber the honor of being a silver award winner in the Women leaders in Manufacturing category.

The 2023 Globee® Awards for Women in Business celebrates women-led organizations and individuals who have showcase exceptional dedication and innovation across various business categories. This esteemed accolade applauds Julie’s remarkable approach to operational excellence, customer service, innovation, and leadership.  The judging process involved over 180 esteemed experts, both women and men, from around the globe, representing diverse backgrounds and perspectives. With participating companies ranging from pioneering startups to established corporations, this awards program wholeheartedly embraces organizations of all sizes and industries.

“We are deeply honored to emerge as victors in the 16th Annual 2023 Globee® Awards for Women in Business,” said Allison Freeman, VP Marketing.  “This recognition is a testament to Julie’s commitment and exceptional contributions to the company as well as diversity initiatives globally. Sensience is committed to providing solutions to enable a cleaner, safer, more connected world and this award motivates us to strive harder and keep making positive changes in our industry.”

About Sensience
Originally founded 75 years ago under the name “Therm-O-Disc,” Sensience is a global manufacturer of highly engineered sensing, control and sealing components that ensure safety and enhance performance. The company creates mission-critical protection and valuable data for a wide range of systems, including appliances, heating, air conditioning and refrigeration units, industrial process equipment, motor vehicles, aircraft, and other important platforms.

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