This week we celebrate and recognize the women in construction at ABC Keystone. Cindy has been with ABC Keystone for 30 years, and is dedicated to increasing partnerships and articulation agreements with schools and organizations to work together to help build future leaders.
This week we celebrate and recognize the women in construction at ABC Keystone. First, meet Stephanie Larkin, VP of Education. Stephanie started her career at Keystone in 2018. She supervises and coordinates the day-to-day management of the Chapter’s Education Department. Stephanie is passionate about the ABC Keystone education initiative and the success of our students.
If you attended this year’s ABC Keystone Economic Breakfast, keynote speaker Anirban Basu spoke of the shortage of available workforce across the US in general and its direct impact on the construction industry. Workforce shortages aren’t new to the industry, and I believe many of us recognize we will continue to face this barrier for the foreseeable future.
HISTORY OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION WEEK
Women in Construction Week takes place during the first full week in March every year. It is a time to highlight all the great initiatives and work of women within the industry. Likewise, it is a time that brings to the fore the opportunities that are available to women in construction.
Featured Apprentice: Melissa Turano, Plumbing 2 Apprentice, ABC Keystone, Protech Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Meet Melissa! “I was working as a Property Management Technician for a corporate company when I […]
By: Ashley Buckingham, Marketing Director, D.E. Gemmill, Inc. Over the last decade, a large number of women have joined the construction industry in a variety of roles – from management […]
The Keystone Chapter is pleased to be represented by these women in construction and many more in throughout our membership. Join us in celebrating Women in Construction Week 2019! Stephanie […]