The WTS International South Florida Chapter recently recognized Connected Women at Gannett Fleming™ with its 2019 Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award.
“We know a diverse workforce makes us smarter, stronger, and better able to serve our clients,” said Terry Snow, PE, Gannett Fleming’s Southeast Region director and senior vice president. “Connected Women isn’t a stand-alone initiative, it is a movement that has changed our firm for the better, and this award is recognition of that.”
According to WTS, the award recognizes extraordinary efforts that facilitate advancement opportunities for women and minorities. Now two years old, Connected Women embraces its mission to create a culture that empowers, supports, and mentors women to achieve career and personal success at Gannett Fleming.
This is not the first award for Gannett Fleming’s diversity and inclusion efforts. The firm also won the American Road & Transportation Builders Association Glass Hammer Award, the Pennsylvania Total Quality Initiative Diversity Excellence Award, the WTS Pittsburgh Employer of the Year Award, and the WTS International South Florida Chapter Employer of the Year Award.