Women in Construction (WiC) Week 2020 has passed, but we’re celebrating women in leadership all month long! Our own Kristen Braden PE, Esq and Kathryn DeMuesy CCM, LEED AP had the opportunity to speak at various conferences earlier this month, at both the Women in Engineering & Construction Conference and a National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) panel.

Check them out below!


Kristen Braden PE, Esq

Vice President of Operations

On March 3rd in Kansas City, MO, our VP of Operations, Kristen Braden, PE Esq spoke at the Women in Engineering & Construction conference, along with industry peers. In their panel, Cultivating an Executive Presence, they discussed the importance of understanding emotional intelligence, leading with influence vs direction, addressing imposter syndrome, overcoming perfectionism, and projecting competence and calm.



Kathryn DeMuesy CCM, LEED AP

Senior Construction Manager

In Kathryn’s NAWIC-sponsored panel titled “Exploring Pathways in the Built Environment” at Kent State University on March 4th, she and her peers discussed a wide range of topics. These included barriers for females in the industry, where the industry is going in 5, 10, and 15 years, harassment in the industry, and how various companies support female employees.