Kevin Tubbs ’79

Impact, Leadership, and Corporate Social Responsibility: A Conversation with Kevin Tubbs from Oshkosh Corporation

Kevin Tubbs is a Vice President and Chief Ethics, Compliance and Sustainability Officer of Oshkosh Corporation, a global leader in manufacturing mission-critical equipment. As an experienced leader who works cross-functionally to deliver business results in a sustainable way, Mr. Tubbs has held various leadership roles at a number of engineering and manufacturing companies. With a background in chemical engineering, his specialties lie in sustainable business practices, waste minimization, site remediation, environmental auditing, regulatory affairs and government liaison. Mr. Tubbs also served as the Mayor of the Township of Chatham, NJ, from 2007 to 2009, during which time Chatham was named the “Best Place to Live in New Jersey,” and was one of the first communities to receive the “Sustainable Jersey” certification. Read the interview here.

50 ESG Influencers Who Are Driving Change: Purposeful 50

As VP and chief ethics, compliance and sustainability officer at Oshkosh Corporation, Kevin Tubbs oversees the company’s global environmental and sustainability programs. Across its team of nearly 15,000 worldwide employees, Oshkosh focuses on empowering people, developing innovative products, building communities and operating sustainably. Read the rest of the article here.