Advanced Technology Services, Inc. (ATS) is proud to announce that one of its employees, Erika Shuff, has been named a 2021 “Women in Business” by Greenville Business Magazine. The annual award recognizes businesswomen in South Carolina that are excelling in their careers and making impactful charitable contributions to their communities.
“We are so proud and excited that Erika has been recognized for this award not only for her exemplary contributions at ATS but also for her philanthropic contributions to the Greenville community. She is a vital member of the ATS Reliability 360® team. Her superior performance consistently provides a great example, and helps to further the mission of ATS, and, most importantly, our customers.”– Senior Director of Engineering & Technical Support Services, Advanced Technology Services
As an Operations Support Manager at the ATS Reliability 360® Technology Center, Shuff manages a team of engineers and maintenance specialists to drive reliability, improve troubleshooting efficiency, and hone methodologies to apply impactful processes to industrial maintenance services. She was also a nominee for Women in Engineering under 40 in 2019 and was featured in the article “The Importance of Women in STEM” for Manufacturing.net.
“I am honored to be on this list along with so many talented and successful women in South Carolina. Recognition at this level certainly gives me a sense of pride and accomplishment in my work and career throughout my time at ATS.”– Erika Shuff, Reliability manager, Advanced Technology Services
Erika is also the Owner/Board Member of Hickory Haven Fawn Rescue, a 501c (3) wildlife rescue in Belton, South Carolina since 2019. This wildlife service works to rescue, rehabilitate and release orphaned, sick and injured whitetail fawn in South Carolina. 100% of the rescue is supported by public donations and grants.
In 2020, Hickory Haven Fawn Rescue raised over $20,000 for Magnolia Fawn Rescue to expand its rescue property. “We (Hickory Haven Fawn Rescue) are an important part of keeping the whitetail deer population in South Carolina healthy and wild,” explained Shuff. “Without wildlife rehabilitation as an option, the public is tempted to raise whitetail deer as pets, which is illegal in the state and causes numerous issues in neighborhoods, and often pet deer perish from improper care and negligence.”
To see the full list of winners, click here.