RTI Vice Chair, President And CEO Dawne Hickton Named To List Of 100 CEO Leaders In STEM

RTI International Metals, Inc. (NYSE:RTI) is pleased to announce that Vice Chair, President and CEO Dawne Hickton has been featured in the 100 CEO Leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) publication by STEMconnector™, the one-stop-shop for STEM information.

The publication, which aims to salute and celebrate CEOs that have furthered STEM initiatives in their careers, their industries and their companies, profiles the thought-provoking views of 100 corporate CEOs on the future of our national competitiveness and the need for a world-class STEM workforce.

“It is an honor to be part of a publication that aggregates the initiatives, ideas and commitments of many of our nation’s brightest business leaders in support of building a strong and viable STEM workforce, now and in the future,” said Hickton. “At RTI, we are committed to investing our employees’ time and talents to STEM initiatives that attract students to critically important STEM careers, especially women and minorities who are underrepresented in these fields.”

To see the full list of individuals honored in the 100 CEO Leaders in STEM publication, go to www.STEMconnector.org/100CEOs.

RTI International Company Description RTI International Metals, Inc., headquartered in Pittsburgh, specializes in providing advanced titanium solutions to meet the requirements of the world's most technologically sophisticated applications in commercial aerospace, defense, propulsion, energy, industrial, chemical, and medical markets. For over 60 years, RTI has been taking titanium further through advanced manufacturing, engineering, machining, and forming processes. RTI delivers titanium mill products, extruded shapes, form-ready parts, and highly engineered components through our downstream integrated supply chain. RTI has locations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. To learn more about RTI International Metals, Inc., visit our website at www.rtiintl.com.

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