International Women's Day

AECOM is committed to driving positive change for women in the global workplace and in each community they touch. The company supports empowerment, equality, and opportunity by creating an environment where all employees can reach their full potential.
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Suzanne Carroll: Small actions can have a big impact

Suzanne Carroll: Small actions can have a big impact

Kristi Guilfoyle: AEMOMS — working moms working together

Kristi Guilfoyle: AEMOMS — working moms working together

Nicole Ivers: Paving the way for women in construction safety

Nicole Ivers: Paving the way for women in construction safety

Kelli Bernard: We must lead boldly and advocate for others. #BeBoldforChange #IWD2017

Kelli Bernard: We must lead boldly and advocate for others.

AECOM supports IWD

AECOM: women in engineering. AECOM recruits women engineers into great jobs. AECOM values gender diversity and inclusion.

Removing the limits we set for ourselves -- Rebecca Hemshall is finance director for AECOM’s U.K. and Ireland business

Removing the limits we set for ourselves -- Rebecca Hemshall is finance director for AECOM’s U. and Ireland business

Beth Bernitt: The bold moves that shaped my career and life

Beth Bernitt: The bold moves that shaped my career and life

Fadzai Nyamasve: Be brave and take the bull by the horns

As the strategy and growth director for AECOM in Africa, I am responsible for expanding our business, ensuring the company is well known and has a presence in the continent’s emerging economies.

Dina Scippa: Working toward gender equality in Africa

Dina Scippa: Working toward gender equality in Africa

Fran Williams: Leading by example

Fran Williams: Leading by example

Collette Munro: Breaking down barriers; opening up new horizons

Collette Munro: Breaking down barriers; opening up new horizons

Nadja de Almeida: Bold choices – from Brazil to the U.S. and back

Nadja de Almeida: Bold choices – from Brazil to the U.

Gilda Malek - Diversity and inclusion are not the same, and you can’t successfully have one without the other.

Gilda Malek - Diversity and inclusion are not the same, and you can’t successfully have one without the other.

Marilisa Stigliano: Rethinking the standards of leadership -- My parents raised me to be whoever I wanted to be, with no limits. And when I decided to pursue a degree in engineering, it wasn’t an unusual choice. Only when I started my professional career did I realize women are still in the minority in the construction industry, especially in leadership roles, and there is work to be done to change the status quo. I see the gender imbalance in the industry as a challenge, and as an…

Marilisa Stigliano: Rethinking the standards of leadership -- My parents raised me to be whoever I wanted to be, with no limits. And when I decided to pursue a degree in engineering, it wasn’t an unusual choice. Only when I started my professional career did I realize women are still in the minority in the construction industry, especially in leadership roles, and there is work to be done to change the status quo. I see the gender imbalance in the industry as a challenge, and as an…

Steve Morriss: The difference is making it happen -- Since then, I believe we’ve made tremendous progress with our diversity and inclusion strategy, demonstrating how we can #BeBoldforChange and work towards true equality as the status quo in our workplace. Our efforts have centered on developing concrete goals and actions, learning more about ourselves and each other, and recognizing and supporting programmes that deliver results.

Steve Morriss: The difference is making it happen -- Since then, I believe we’ve made tremendous progress with our diversity and inclusion strategy, demonstrating how we can #BeBoldforChange and work towards true equality as the status quo in our workplace. Our efforts have centered on developing concrete goals and actions, learning more about ourselves and each other, and recognizing and supporting programmes that deliver results.

Sean C.S. Chiao: On International Women’s Day, I celebrate all of the women at AECOM and the groundbreaking, exceptional work we are able to accomplish due to the talent they bring. The engineering and construction industry has traditionally been thought of as a “man’s world,” but we see that perception changing every day, and it is inspiring to know so many key positions in our company are filled by women, because they are the best-qualified person for the job.

Sean C.S. Chiao: On International Women’s Day, I celebrate all of the women at AECOM and the groundbreaking, exceptional work we are able to accomplish due to the talent they bring. The engineering and construction industry has traditionally been thought of as a “man’s world,” but we see that perception changing every day, and it is inspiring to know so many key positions in our company are filled by women, because they are the best-qualified person for the job.

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