When Ethel first came to our Dakota City hides and tannery facility in 1986, she knew she had a challenge ahead: she looked around and realized she was the only woman at the facility. Ethel quickly proved that working alongside her male team members, processing hides that would go on to become leather goods we use every day, such as shoes, upholstery, sports equipment, and more.
Immigrating to the United States from China has not always been an easy experience for Yang, a senior data visualization analyst for Tyson Foods. In fact, she describes the experience at times as “painful.” Yang was born and raised in China and worked as an architect in Beijing.
Paw was born in a small village in the Karen state of southern Burma. The country has been in a state of civil war since its independence in 1948 – the longest ongoing civil war in the world – with several ethnic groups, rebels, and the Burmese military involved in the fighting. Early on, Paw knew she wanted to help people, and this desire became the driving force of her life.
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When you think of Tyson, you probably imagine what is only a nugget of the larger picture that is Tyson Foods. Our products range from that juicy ribeye at the five-star restaurant to fresh meat at the local butcher.