Phil ShaweEntrepreneur. Global Citizen. Philanthropist. Travel and Technology Enthusiast. CEO of TransPerfect.
Phil Shawe is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of TransPerfect, a global family of companies and the world’s largest privately held provider of language and business services. Phil has overseen the day-to-day operations of the company for over 25 years, and grown the business from two people to an industry leader with over 4,000 employees and 100 offices worldwide.
Under Phil’s leadership, TransPerfect has received numerous awards and distinctions. The company is a seven-time honoree of the Inc. 5000 Award, a six-time honoree of the Deloitte Technology Fast 500, and has earned multiple Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service. Phil has been named Entrepreneur of the Year for New York City by Ernst & Young, and named to Crain’s New York prestigious “40 Under 40 list” as one of the top young executives in New York. Crain’s has also ranked TransPerfect as one of the largest privately held companies nine years in a row. TransPerfect was also named to fastest-growing lists six times by Entrepreneur.
The Law School Challenge
The Philip R. Shawe Scholarship Challenge Gala Wraps with over $115K Awarded to Law Students.
University of Miami Levin School of Law recent graduate Steven Hermosa took the top prize of $65K,
with Yale’s Alison Tilden and McKay Neumeuster and Suffolk University’s Catherine Dowie walking
away tied for second place and $25K. The competition initially called for three top prizes of $65K,
$25K and $10K, but the judges were deadlocked on the second and third place contenders,
and asked Shawe if he would agree to offer two second place awards and forgoing third place.
Phil Shawe Charity Gala
Guests enjoyed the best views of the Manhattan skyline from the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Rooftop,
followed by a Gala Dinner, Awards Presentation, and Concert featuring Tainted Love with a late night
special appearance by Snoop Dogg.
Yesterday marked the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising in New York's West Village, and the 50th anniversary of United States’ first gay pride marches in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, sparks which lit a fire for the LGBTQ movements that followed. https://t.co/2nEJGL1dtB
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