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Eduardo Martinez Appointed President of UPS Foundation

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) congratulates Eduardo Martinez on his appointment as President of The UPS Foundation, which is responsible for facilitating UPS involvement in local, national and global communities through logistics and international trade. In 2011, the Foundation invested more than $93 million in charitable giving.

“On behalf of HACR’s Board of Directors, we congratulate Ed on his new appointment and look forward to continuing to work with Ed and UPS on effective Hispanic inclusion strategies," said HACR President & CEO, Carlos F. Orta.

Martinez, a native of Havana, Cuba, joined UPS in 1976 as a package handler in UPS's South Florida operation. Two years later, he moved into management and then through a series of operational jobs while earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Miami in accounting.

In 1989, after assignments in industrial engineering and as national risk manager with UPS's truck leasing unit, Martinez was promoted to the Corporate Risk Management Department and then moved through assignments in Corporate Finance & Accounting. During this time, he also earned a law degree and served as a corporate counsel in the UPS Legal Department.

"For the past three years, Ed Martinez has played a critical role in honing The UPS Foundation's priorities and critical initiatives," said Allen Hill, UPS's senior vice president for human resources and chairman of The UPS Foundation. "His elevation to the post of president means our Foundation can proceed with its critical support of such things as urgent humanitarian relief and environmental sustainability without missing a beat."

UPS, an HACR corporate member since 2010, is engaged with HACR and several of its programs and initiatives including the HACR AnnualSymposium and the HACR Corporate Executives Forum™.

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