ENVIROFORENSICS DIRECTOR OF BROWNFIELDS AND AGRIBUSINESS EXCITED TO LEAD INDIANAPOLIS CHAPTER OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION
Morgan Saltsgiver, Director of Brownfields and AgriBusiness has officially been installed as President of the National Association of Women in Construction’s (NAWIC) Indianapolis Chapter. NAWIC is an organization that has supported women in construction with professional development, education, networking, leadership training, and public services for more than 55 years.
Morgan says she’s excited to take on this new leadership position and feels very strongly about NAWIC’s role in welcoming more women into the construction industry and providing them with a support system for them to succeed. “NAWIC is a place where we provide our members with opportunities to collaborate, connect, and construct together. For me, being a member and serving on the Board of NAWIC has been an uplifting experience – our chapter gives us the opportunity to build each other up and challenge each other to be the best leaders we can be in the construction industry,” says Morgan.
Morgan, along with the rest of the 2020-2021 Indy NAWIC Board, was officially installed at a small ceremony with the NAWIC National President, Anne Pfleger, presiding over the festivities. Morgan says she’s looking forward to continuing to work with her fellow board members. “It’s going to be a busy year of serving our membership and their needs alongside this great group of women leaders,” Morgan said.
This honor comes a year after Morgan was named Foremost Leader by NAWIC’s North Central Region, which includes 15 chapters throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, and Michigan. Morgan says, “I have learned so much through my five years of membership and am looking forward to being a career-long member of NAWIC!”
Morgan has worked in the environmental industry for over 15 years specializing in providing Brownfields redevelopment, agribusiness, and traditional environmental consulting services. She is also the President of the Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association (MSECA) through the end of 2020, and is a leadership candidate for the AgrInstitute Agricultural Leadership Program.
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