Which project, deal, or transaction was the “game-changer” in the advancement of your career?
My firm was commissioned for one of the largest student housing developments in Florida. The scope included more than 4 million s/f of construction to be built during a two-year construction How do you contribute to your community or your profession?
I am a member of Wentworth Institute of Technology’s CEPAC committee (civil engineering professional advisory committee) and also a part of the ASCE Design of Wood Structures Committee. Who or what inspires you?
Many strong and beautiful women inspire me, but I am most inspired by my aunt, Jackie Werner. She has taught me that there is always room for self-growth and education. As a musician, producer and transformative coach What led you to your current profession?
Prior to attending law school, I worked for several years in finance and university settings. This experience strengthened my desire to pursue a legal career with a transactional focus. How do you contribute to your community or your profession?
I work closely with UMass-Lowell and their Co-op Center to provide placement for students here at Hancock who want to pursue a career in Civil Engineering, Land Surveying
What led you to your current profession?
I am asked that question often. I started my career as a market research analyst for a commercial developer in Montreal. Was promoted to tenant coordinator and later to construction manager for Who or what inspires you?
Our COO Mike Quigley – anyone who knows Mike, knows he is the best. I wouldn’t be where I am at without Mike’s leadership. Mike and I have worked together for almost 13 year and he constantly make me a better person and WB’er.Who or what inspires you?
My co-workers inspire me. Mike has a wealth of knowledge and is always open to my questions and willing to help. Hilary inspires me as a working mom who balances her home life and an extremely successful working life.How have your life experiences impacted who you are professionally?
Recent events have shown the construct of “business as usual” is constantly evolving. The September 11th
attacks forced buildings around the world to re-evaluate egress, structural redundancy and security.What led you to your current profession?
I worked for an architectural firm as a designer for (7) years designing K-12 schools. One day I woke up thinking it was time to branch out. Through my professional connections,