The New Jersey chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction will be hosting an in-person Q&A with state Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti at 6:30 Wednesday night at the Forsgate Country Club in Monroe Township.
Christine A. Nazzaro-Cofone, principal at Cofone Consulting Group, will moderate the discussion, which will touch on a number of topics, including:
- Energy, sustainability and the future: Electric vehicle initiatives, public transportation incentives and future goals of the NJDOT;
- Infrastructure and communities: Thoughts on programs/grants available, how industrial developments are affect our infrastructure, the federal infrastructure package and community development;
- Jobs, Economy & Funding: Discussions on financial allocations and construction projects in the pipeline.
Gutierrez-Scaccetti also will speak about her own personal and professional journey as a woman in the industry.
“We are looking forward to old-school, in-person dialogue that promises to deliver timely and relevant questions impacting all of us and the communities we live, work and play in and travel through,” Nazzaro-Cofone said.
“As such, we are honored to have DOT Commissioner Gutierrez-Scaccetti engage in topics surrounding sustainability and conservation, development review, DOT staffing and many others.”
NAWIC is a national organization for women in the construction industry. Members range from tradeswomen, architects, engineers, lawyers, administrators, office managers, accountants, project managers and any other roles in a construction-related firm.
NAWIC offers the chance to connect with other women in the industry who share common interests and goals, establish many valuable business contacts and bring fresh ideas and viewpoints to current careers and clients.
For more information on NAWIC and the event, click here.