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CNH Industrial Announces 2018 Winners of Annual Student Achievement Awards

​​​​​​​Burr Ridge, June 7, 2018

​​​​CNH Industrial (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI) welcomes Kendall Coyne, 2018 Olympic Gold Medalist, 2014 Olympic Silver medalist and a two-time member of the United States Women’s National Ice Hockey team, as a keynote speaker during the Company’s Annual Student Achievement Awards, on June 8, 2018.

Coyne, a suburban Chicago native, attended Carl Sandburg High School in Orland Park, Illinois and Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts where she earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees. She will address the sixteen winners, their families, CNH Industrial executives and staff during a special awards ceremony at the Chicago Marriott Southwest in Burr Ridge, Illinois. Coyne will discuss perseverance both on and off the ice, determination in the classroom and share with the students how she overcame obstacles to attain her goals and reach her Olympic dreams.

“The Student Achievement Awards are an important tradition for our company, and we are all very proud of these students,” said Brian French, Vice President, Human Resources, North America, CNH Industrial. “Our greatest asset is our people, and there is no better way of showing that than by coming together to celebrate the achievements of these noteworthy young men and women.”

The CNH Industrial Student Achievement Awards program, a longstanding company tradition, was developed to recognize and support the accomplishments of CNH Industrial employees’ sons and daughters. The winners were selected across three categories from a group of highly qualified high school and college graduates for their strong academic performance, as well as their participation in extracurricular activities and contributions to their community.

​​​​The program is open to students with a high school or university diploma, or a university degree, and covers all countries where the Company has a significant presence. In 2017, 145 grants and scholarships totaling approximately $320,000 were awarded worldwide to employees’ children through this program.

Bachelor’s Degree Category

​​Samantha Blouch, daughter of ​​​Jared Wills (New Holland, PA)​

​​Kaitlyn Daugherty, daughter of Joseph Daugherty (Burlington, IA)

Kelly DeAngelis, daughter of Paul DeAngelis (Racine, WI)​

​​Faith Pepper, daughter of Marvin Pepper (Burr Ridge, IL)

​​Elizabeth Wiley, daughter of Richard Wiley (New Holland, PA)​

Associate’s Degree Category

​​Joseph Nelson, son of Mark Nelson (Burr Ridge, IL)​

High School Category

​​William Baumer, son of Mark Baumer (Racine, WI)​​

Hailey Burmeister, daughter of Matt Burmeister (Racine, WI)​​

​​Sydney Clements, daughter of John Clements (Wichita, KS)​

Amanda Fay, daughter of Rodney Fay (Grand Island, NE)​​

​​Alex James, son of James Thannikary (Burr Ridge, IL)​​

​​Emma Nix, daughter of James Nix (Racine, WI)

​​Ethan Rasset, son of John Rasset (Fargo, ND)

Hannah Sobotka-Briner, daughter of George Sobotka-Briner (New Holland, PA)

Riley Webb, son of Kristina Webb (Wichita, KS)​

Collin Wrobel, son of Michael Wrobel (Burr Ridge, IL)

CNH Industrial has 11 manufacturing plants, 12 research and development centers, and a workforce of 9,000 in North America. The Company designs, produces and sells ‘machines for work’ and is present in all major markets worldwide giving it a unique competitive position. ​

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