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Revolution of Eve

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‘Revolution of Eve’ is a non-profit women's organisation which is based in Austin, Texas. They founded the organisation in January of 2013, their focus and company direction was to "empower women through fitness and mentor-ship." Their first event and lecture planned was a series titled "Breaking the Glass", which was offered in April of 2013.

"Breaking the Glass" pulled women from all career paths to speak on their journey to success. The speakers all shared their stories and tips and tools that can help other women achieve their career goals and seek to help them define their own paths.  This video comes from part of the lecture series entitled: "Women in Construction" (jobs, technology and Skill Sets)" it is a panel discussion with 6 leaders in the construction industry, including one male. The discussion topic given to the panelists was: "New Technology, new jobs, skill sets, family/work balance, and being female in a male dominated industry."

Panelists:

  • Iris Rosas, student at Austin Community College-Building Construction program.
  • Rachel Delino, faculty at Austin Community College, Project Engineer at JE Dunn Construction.
  • Kent Leighton, co-founder of Construction Connection
  • Kelli Mitchell, senior estimator, Hensel Phelps Construction Company
  • Shelly K. Runyan, President and Owner of Titus Industrial Group, LLC
  • Laura Culin, owner of Austin Lumber Company, former regional director of NAWIC (TX &OK)

 

See the link for the youtube video of the entire discussion.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68QdRZO2tKk

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