Casual Conversations with Kick Ass Women in Construction
BWiC invites you to join the conversation, to build connection, advance an initiative, maybe even solve a problem or two. We are honored to welcome prominent women within the commercial construction industry to share the intentional and the serendipitous, their hero’s and the villain’s, the opportunities captured, lost and set free, and what they spend far too much time doing, with their time. We promise, it will be worth yours.
As an added bonus we will be admitting six fortunate registrants—chosen randomly-- to attend in person (safely) at the AGC MA conference center. All other attendants will participate by Zoom.
We welcome this month's featured speaker Heather Taylor, Campus Planner and Architect, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH
Heather is an architect with 25 years of experience focused in the planning, programming and design of science teaching and research facilities for higher education clients. She is deeply engaged in service and leadership roles at local, regional and national levels with organizations such as the Society for College & University Planning, the Boston Society of Architects, the Charlestown Preservation Society, and the American Institute of Architects. She played a key role in planning and execution of the inaugural AIA’s Women’s Leadership Summit in 2009 and has been on the advisory committee and a presenter at these biennial Summits since. She serves on the Alumni Board of Governors of the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at her alma-matter, the University of Michigan. She has also served on several AIA Design Juries and has been a member of the AIA Member Services Resource Task Force.