Boston chapter of PWC names 2019-2020 board of directors

November 15, 2019 - Construction Design & Engineering

Boston, MA The Boston Chapter of Professional Women in Construction is proud to name its transition of officers and board of directors after its first full year in operation. PWC Boston emerged onto Massachusetts’ AEC industry association landscape in 2018 and completed its first year of operations with rapid membership growth and dynamic, sold out events. Formed through the collective effort of seasoned AEC professionals, the PWC Boston chapter’s mission is to connect, promote and advance women in the AEC industry, and actively engages women and men from AEC and affiliated firms.

“I am honored to serve as the PWC Boston president for what I know will be a year of growth and successful events. This is an exceptional group of professionals committed to our mission and to working together. I want to especially thank Diana Nicklaus for her leadership in our critical inaugural year,” said Sara Bryant, partner at Murtha Cullina LLP and incoming PWC Boston chapter president. “You can expect great things from this chapter not only because of the quality of our board of directors, but because so many talented people have also enthusiastically joined our committees, ensuring the chapter is well positioned to be a preferred networking community in the Boston market in 2019-20 and beyond.”

PWC Boston’s 2019-2020 board of directors:

Sara Bryant, JD, president, partner, Murtha Cullina LLP‚ Member, PWC Boston Executive Leadership Team‚member, PWC Boston Operations Committee

Sarah McGillicuddy, vice president and president-elect, director of marketing and business development, Acentech‚member, PWC Boston Executive Leadership Team‚chair, PWC Boston Programs and Events Committee

Shelley Vanderweil, PE, LEED AP BD+C, vice president, principal, R. G. Vanderweil Engineers, LLP‚ member, PWC Boston Executive Leadership Team‚ chair, PWC Boston Outreach and Scholarship Committee

Ben Sawa, CPSM, PMP, treasurer, vice president, director of marketing, GEI Consultants, Inc., member, PWC Boston Executive Leadership Team‚ member, PWC Boston Operations Committee

Jennifer Shelby, CPSM, moderator,  proposal and communications manager, Architectural Engineers, Inc.‚ member, PWC Boston Executive Leadership Team

Diana Nicklaus, AIA, immediate past president, president & CEO, saam architecture

Caitlyn Angelini, PE, director,  code consultant, AKF Group‚ co-chair, PWC Boston Programs and Events Committee

Chloe Louise Bouscaren, director, associate/client development, NBBJ‚ co-chair, PWC Boston Membership and Sponsorship Committee

Chelsea Christenson, PE, CPSWQ, LEED AP BD+C, director,  project manager, Nitsch Engineering‚ member, PWC Boston Programs and Events Committee

Caroline Fitzgerald, PE, director,  New England business development leader, RMF Engineering, Inc.‚ chair, PWC Boston Membership and Sponsorship Committee

Emily Hopps, PE, director, associate principal, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.‚ chair, PWC Boston Marketing and Communications Committee

Susan Wisler, PE, LEED AP, director,  president, Architectural Engineers, Inc.‚ member, PWC Boston Outreach and Scholarship Committee

Rachel Woodhouse, NCIDQ, director,  principal/director of operations, Dyer Brown Architects‚ chair, PWC Boston Operations Committee

Currently well into planning for the 2019-2020 season, PWC Boston is actively seeking members, as well as individuals to join one of the chapter’s five committees. For more information, please visit:.

PWC Boston. is the newest chapter of Professional Women in Construction (PWC), a national nonprofit organization founded in 1980 that seeks to support, advance, and connect women and promote diversity within the architecture, engineering, construction, (AEC) and related industries. PWC’s members represent a broad spectrum of the industry that serves real estate owners, developers, facilities and property managers and public agencies. They include general construction and specialty contractors, architectural and engineering firms, environmental services, and suppliers. Because our core client industries have many needs, PWC also draws representatives from the services sector: law and accounting firms, insurance/surety and bonding companies, banks and financial services, graphic designers, printers, computer consultants, travel agencies, marketing specialists and more. Membership is open to professional women and men, private companies and public agencies in construction and allied industries.



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