Thru the Lens: Skanska’s Women’s Network hosts panel discussing female empowerment as part of HUBweek 2018’s Open Doors series

November 16, 2018 - Front Section
Shown (from left) are the panelists: Carolyn Jamison, project manager at Skanska Building;
Jessica Stebbins, healthcare principal at HDR; Lisa Davey, principal at Thornton Tomasetti;
Suki Murphy, project executive at Skanska; Kelly McGonagle, project manager at Skanska Civil and
Liz Fennessy, education, healthcare and cultural institutions market segment leader at Haley and Aldrich.

Boston, MA Skanska’s Women’s Network hosted an engaging panel at the construction and development company’s office at 101 Seaport discussing female empowerment in typically male-dominated industries as part of HUBweek 2018’s Open Doors series. The panelists shared their stories from early on in their careers and provided valuable insights and recommendations on how to be successful and pave a positive path for growth in construction and design.

Skanska’s Women’s Network is an employee resource group focused on retaining and developing women’s careers within Skanska. It provides professional development opportunities such as events and mentorship programs and a forum in which women can share experiences and influence the company.



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