Hartford, CT – SMPS CT members, Alicia Mojica Washington, Nichole D. Petersen, and Samantha VanSchoick, have been named Outstanding Women in Construction by the PWC (National organization of the Professional Women in Construction).
The 40th anniversary list recognizes outstanding women who have shown a commitment to the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) industry.
As director of marketing and director of JEDI ERG at HRP Associates, Inc., Mojica Washington leads marketing efforts and supports and engages diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. She is president and director of SMPS CT and leads its Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce. She is also a board member and membership chair for the Construction Institute, and the Communication’s Committee chair for the Connecticut Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects.
Petersen, director of marketing for Flow Tech, Inc., leads the company’s marketing and communication initiatives. She is an active member of SMPS CT where she is currently Leadership Committee chair and a member of the Programs Committee. She previously served as SMPS CT chapter president, secretary, and Sponsorship Committee chair and is the current Communications Committee chair for PWC CT.
VanSchoick is director of strategic partnerships at CIL, a nonprofit real estate development organization. She has served SMPS CT in multiple roles, including president, president-elect, director, and Communications Committee chair.