Gilbane Building Company is pleased to announce that Linda Graves has been honored with the Corporate Diversity Development and Advocacy Award by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC).
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WCOE exists to create opportunities for, influence legislation about and support women-owned construction companies. Whether it is support for the WOSB program, increasing small business size standards or encouraging large corporations to team with WCOE members. WCOE is the voice that government and corporate America hears. We do not get sidetracked on social issues. WCOE’s only focus is helping woman-owned businesses – and women executives – succeed in the construction industry. Join us and become a part of a group of successful women who collaborate with like-minded entrepreneurs and executives. WCOE members find that membership in WCOE is an investment that pays significant dividends.
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WCOE and Travelers Continue as Corporate Alliance Partners
Women Construction Owners and Executives (WCOE) is excited to announce that Travelers will continue as a Corporate Alliance Partner. Contractors face complex challenges as they strive to build and maintain successful businesses in construction – one of the most competitive industries.
“We greatly value diversity and inclusion, and we’re proud to support initiatives that foster a culture of equality throughout the construction industry,” said Rick Keegan, President of Construction at Travelers. “We’re pleased to continue our relationship with WCOE, and we applaud its ongoing efforts to empower women as construction business owners and executives.”
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- Opening Statement of Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-KY), Chairman, Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development Hearing on “Strengthening Access and Accountability to Work in Welfare Programs.”
- “Expanding Affordable Health Care Options: Examining the Department of Labor’s Proposed Rule on Association Health Plans”