Joan Bennett, Union Carpenter Local #327, New England Regional Council of Carpenters
Years in the industry: over 20
Charlotte Ejiet, Second Year Apprentice, ML McDonald
Years in the industry: 1 year
What associations or organizations are you a ...
Why did you choose the Construction Industry? I chose the construction industry because I’ve always enjoyed working with my hands. When I was in middle school, instead of taking sewing and cooking, I chose to take carpentry and electrical.
Why did you choose the Construction Industry? For me being a carpenter has always been a dream. I love being a Union Sister Carpenter in the Brotherhood. It was the best decision I ever made. It gets me to prove to myself that I can conquer anything as long as I put my mind to it.
Michelle Wright, Apprentice Carpenter, Local 328
Years in the industry: 7
What associations or organizations are you a member of? NERC...
Phoebe Cusack, Carpenter/Steward/EHS Coordinator, Skanska - Local 328
Years in the industry: 10 years
Why did you choose to be a carpe...
Marci Dineen, Journeyman Carpenter/Steward, Federal Concrete
Advice/Keys to Success: If offering advice or any keys to success I would li...
Latisha McQueen, Journeyman/Journeywoman Carpenter, Local 327
What associations or organizations are you a member of? United Brotherhood ...
What do you think makes a successful lawyer? Intelligence, integrity, hard work, and excellent communications skills. Understand the client, their industry, and goals. Really dig in and get to know the law, gain the deep experience in the field that will allow you to become a true business advisor.
What do you think makes a successful lawyer? Besides intelligence and knowing the law, the key to success is knowing your client’s business, including learning the culture, getting to know the key decision-makers and understanding what drives the business. Armed with this knowledge, a lawyer can give targeted, results-oriented advice in an expeditious manner.