Written by: Anthony McDougle
Many people don’t know June is bike to work month. Not so at Sielo, where several employees participated in the June Bike Week Challenge sponsored by the City of Boulder.Â Sielo was in a neck and neck race all week with the Rocky Mountain Institute to have the highest participation rate of companies 50-199 people in size, and while RMI pulled out the win in the end, the HR & finance department took first place for departments 3-6 people in size with 100% participation!
18 employees biked, walked, and/or skateboarded to or from work or lunch during the week of June 5th through June 11th, culminating in a team bike to lunch event on Friday June 10th. Beyond the 234 miles traveled, preventing 83 kg of CO2 to be released, the team building both within and across departments was evident!
Sielo: 2nd Place (50-199 staff) with 32% participation
About the Author:
Anthony McDougle is a Senior Electrical Engineer for Sielo, a member of IEEE, and an alumnus of the University of Colorado where he obtained both his BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering with a focus on power electronics and biomedical devices. His career has predominantly been at dynamic small companies and start ups where he has taken on many roles within the engineering and product development life-cycle, including switch mode power supply, analog, and digital circuit design, embedded systems, new product introduction, DFx, among others.