Shaun Clark Shines as HR business partner in Emerson, Arkansas

Shaun Clark never thought he’d leave his community of Tollette, Arkansas. He owned his dream property there with his husband, Alan, a house on peaceful acreage with horses and three dogs. He loved the area, and his parents lived just a few steps away. ... Read More
October 10, 2022

Research Ecologist Laura Six Connects with Students, Community

Laura Six, a forest ecologist in our environmental research group in Centralia, Washington, has a long family history in the forestry industry. Her great-grandfather was a logger. Her great-uncles and uncles worked in forest products. Her grandfather was a contractor who helped build the old Weyerhaeuser corporate headquarters in Federal Way, Washington. And her father was a production forestry researcher for Weyerhaeuser. ... Read More
September 21, 2022

Ron Crear Is Weyerhaeuser’s Evangelist for Inclusion and Fairness

Like many of us, Ron Crear was raised thinking topics like race and gender were taboo. Then he was offered the opportunity to attend the Defense Equal Opportunity Institute while serving in the Air Force and became a military equal opportunity specialist. ... Read More
July 29, 2022

From River Log Drives to Revolutionizing Risk Mitigation, Clarence Begin Has Seen a Lot in His 48 Years

Clarence Begin knows our Maine Timberlands well — for good reason. He’s worked the same land base for 48 years, in a wide variety of jobs for a number of different companies. ... Read More
May 23, 2022

Territory manager Holly Woitovich has all the right moves

By day, Holly Woitovich is a Trus Joist® guru. By night, she’s a heavy metal-loving ballroom dancer. (Yes, you read that right!) “I love my job — it’s never boring,” she says. “But when I need to unwind, I check all my stress at the door and dance. ... Read More
November 30, 2021