Hartford, CT The Professional Women in Construction Connecticut Chapter (PWC CT) welcomed their new board of directors for the 2022-2023 program year. Board officers and directors are elected by the PWC CT Chapter members.
• Patricia Bilotto returns as chapter president. She is the director of marketing and business development for van Zelm Engineers. She has nearly 30 years’ experience in marketing, communications and business development in the AEC industry. Bilotto presently serves on the program, membership and awards committees.
• Dawn Meeker, director at Marcum, LLP, will serve on the board as vice president. She now serves as the membership chair and will continue as a volunteer of the awards committee.
• Carolyn Kurth, CPA, CFE, of CohnReznick, brings accounting experience with her to the PWC CT board as returning treasurer. Kurth also serves on the scholarship committee.
• Leyna Erickson, vice president of Assured Partners, will serve on the board as secretary. In addition to her position on the PWC board, she continues to volunteer on the PWC programs committee.
• Kim Colapietro, partner of EDI Landscape, LLC returns for her fourth year on the PWC CT board as director. She also serves as the awards committee chair.
• Kyma Ganzer, pre-construction manager at LaRosa Building Group, returning for her third year on the PWC CT board as a director. She will also serve on the mentorship committee.
• Choity Khan, associate attorney at Robinson Cole, returns for her second year on the PWC CT board as a director. She presently serves on the mentorship committee.
• Jennifer Marks, principal at BL Companies, returns to the PWC CT board for her third year as a director. Marks will also serve as the mentorship committee chair.
• Amy Ray, director of business development at EDM, returns for her second year on the PWC CT board as a director. She also serves as the communications committee chair and on the programs committee.
• Laurann Asklof, principal of Shipman & Goodwin, LLP, returns to the PWC CT board as a director. She has 30 years of experience in the area of construction law and litigation. She will also continue to participate in the chapter’s programs, and scholarship committees.
• Ronald Paolillo of DRA Architects, begins his fourth term as director. Paolillo also serves on the PWC CT’s scholarship committee.
Chartered in 2005, the Professional Women in Construction Connecticut Chapter (PWC CT) has been providing programming that presents the very latest in current industry topics, as well as providing exceptional networking and business development opportunities for our guests. Members of the Connecticut Chapter of PWC represent all major disciplines within our industry, and are drawn from Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.