On October 21, nineteen young women, representing five of Baltimore's private schools in the Baltimore area, gathered for Women in ABC's Annual Professional Career Day. The theme of this year's day was sustainable or 'green' construction making it appropriate that the day-long event was held at Holland Construction's Highlandtown the Healthy Living Center, the first medical center in Baltimore to achieve a LEED Platinum certification.
The girls were given a tour of the medical clinic which serves thousands of Baltimore's residents. Speakers included, architect Laura Penza, engineer Judy Carroll, property manager Lisa Haney, WABC committee members Michelle Wittig, Tracey Steedman, Kelly Stockton, Anita Sheckells and graduate architecture student Sarah Stewart, andPolly Bart, Greenbuilders. WABC would like to thank all of the members who gave so freely of their time and ABC Cares for their continuing commitment to our efforts of introducing construction as a viable career choice to young women who might otherwise not consider joining this worthwhile industry.
Source: Associated Builders and Contractors
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