Volunteer on a PWC CT Committee!

The best way to get the most out of your PWC Connecticut membership is to get involved!

Serving on a PWC-CT committee will:

  • Extend/develop your professional network.
  • Enhance your personal brand.
  • Build confidence.
  • Provide satisfaction of advancing the mission and vision of the Professional Women Construction organization.

Learn More About Our Committees!


PWC-CT’s awards committee encourages A/E/C professionals to recognize the success, professionalism and career growth of their colleagues by nominating them for our annual awards.

Kim Colapietro | Committee Chair



The PWC-CT communications committee is responsible for the Chapter’s marketing efforts, including but not limited to, email marketing, social media, developing relationships with the press, and promoting our events, programs and initiatives.

Nichole Petersen | Committee Chair



The mentorship committee works with local Southern New England colleges to pair college students with mentors in the construction profession. Through the mentorship program, students are provided the opportunity to interact with a professional in the field of the student’s interest exposing them to experiences beyond what they are learning in the classroom and from text books.

Tracy Caisse | Committee Chair



The Chapter’s program committee plans, organizes and executes at least 8 events per program year (July 1 – June 30). Each program consists of networking followed by an esteemed panel of experts focused on a trending topic within the A/E/C industry.

Susan Labas | Committee Chair



By awarding annual scholarships to students pursing college degrees in the fields of architecture, construction and engineering, the PWC-CT’s scholarship committee advances these fields of study as a viable career choice for young adults.

Roxanne Perugino | Committee Chair



The sponsorship committee is responsible for promoting our sponsorship opportunities and securing annual and event sponsors. It is through our sponsorships that PWC-CT can offer significant scholarships to students studying in the construction related fields.

Beccah Eldridge | Committee Chair

PWC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1980. Contributions are tax deductible.

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