Thursday, October 17, 2019 | 8:30a-3:00p
New Orleans Jazz Market | 1436 OC Haley Blvd., New Orleans
Connectivity can be defined as the measure of the extent to which the components of a network are connected to one another, and the ease and speed with which they can converse. In essence, the connectivity of a network is an important measure of its productivity and resilience.
For networks to become powerful, they must be interconnected, and for women in construction across the state of Louisiana, this is no different. The level of connectivity within our professional and personal networks is what creates diversity, innovation, and resilience. In addition, we must be deliberate about connecting regional networks so that maximum value is realized.
During the 2019 Women in Construction Convening learn about the networks that exist to support and promote women in construction across the state of Louisiana. Special topics and networks introduced include:
The New World Order of Green Building Practices: What You Should Be Doing Now
Hosted by: American Institute of Architects – New Orleans, Women in Architecture
From Myths to Mitigation: Risk Management in Construction and Employment Law
Hosted by: National Association of Women in Construction – New Orleans Chapter
Money Matters: Financial Planning and Wealth Building Strategies for Women in Construction
Hosted by: National Association of Women Business Owners – New Orleans Chapter
Stay tuned for more details and topics! Registration available now at https://wicc2019.eventbrite.com.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Klassi Duncan at firstname.lastname@example.org.