In honor of this year’s International Women’s Day theme: ‘Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow’ EXP is highlighting women who are driving sustainability and gender equality efforts. From publishing a children’s book inspiring the next generation of female engineers to designing LEED certified buildings, we’re proud of the women who are working towards a more sustainable future for all. The United Nations explains, “Continuing to examine the opportunities, as well as the constraints, to empower women and girls to have a voice and be equal players in decision-making related to climate change and sustainability is essential for sustainable development and greater gender equality.” Take a look at some of the ways our EXP employees are working towards a more equitable and sustainable world for future generations.
- Amanda Green publishes children’s book to inspire future engineers
- Rebecca Huang is dedicated to strategic growth in the Ontario Buildings Group
- Nadia Abou works towards a more diverse and inclusive workplace as DE+I Chair
- Alzira Maldonado wins award for excellence and exceptional contributions in architecture for her work on public transportation and public sector projects
- Anh Case breaks barriers in construction management
- Amy Pastor looks towards existing and emerging solutions for healthier, more sustainable buildings
EXP is grateful for the everyday contributions of these women and the many more who work at EXP.
Learn more about how EXP is shaping a more equitable and sustainable future, today https://www.exp.com/latest/
Image Source: Burcu Köleli for UN Women (2022)