WebEd: Building Bridges: Working in Construction and Tech as a Woman

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As a fast-moving industry, we’re all constantly focused on moving forward and putting more boots on the ground to increase our labor pool and advance our industry. Listen in as expert leaders cover the best practices and benefits of bringing more women into tech and construction. Catch crucial tips for every stage: from building the pipeline through education, to getting jobs and the workplace, to mid-management and up - with executive’s closing the loop through mentoring new team members and inspiring and equipping the next generation. Learn key strategies to use for your personal career advancement as well as practical tips for companies looking to diversify and draw more women to their team. From the foundations up, we can build better, together.


Danielle Edberg
Senior Manager, Industry Management

Danielle is a multi-functional leader with 10+ years of experience developing strategic cross-channel programs focused on industry development and technology. With a history of proven success in business development, intrapreneurship, product marketing, content, and digital, Danielle specializes in small to mid-growth companies. In her current role, Danielle is responsible for developing and evangelizing a new benchmark for a modern construction industry, starting with an initiative around Women in Construction. Danielle is also an officer and founding member in Procore’s Lean In ERG and the Procore Council for Diversity & Inclusion.

Josefine Mullen
Head of Customer Success

After graduating from Stanford School of Engineering Josefine spent some time in Enterprise Server Marketing. She quickly discovered that her passion was in the tangible, built world. She spent three years at Blu Homes, a premium pre-fab home builder, in Sales Operations and Project Operations. She’s currently the Director of Customer Success at Rhumbix where she works closely with their customers to get them from their pilot project to realizing the full value of the Rhumbix system.

Ann Marie Jennette
Project Manager

Based in the greater Boston area, Ann-Marie Jennette has been established in her position as Senior Project Manager at Suffolk Construction for over a decade. Ann-Marie obtained a B.S. in Architectural Engineering as well as a Master of Science in Construction Management from Wentworth Institute of Technology. With a successful career in Project Management, Ann-Marie has received several industry awards and honors, and has been sought out for a number of speaking opportunities at leading industry events and conferences.

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