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AECOM celebrates International Women's Day with key messages

 March 05, 2019

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AECOM is a company that is truly committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. To celebrate International Women's Day, AECOM shares its employees perspectives on the need for diversity and celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

Amy Wincko, Executive Vice President, Risk and Operations Construction Services at AECOM

"In our male-dominated industry, we need engaged allies from every corner of the world who are committed to fully understanding the challenges women face. It's encouraging to see the momentum happening at AECOM," says Amy.


Mary Finch, Chief Human Resources Officer at AECOM

“I encourage women and men to celebrate and support one another in the quest to achieve a Balance for Better. A talented and diverse workforce enables us to deliver the best results for clients– women are a key component of the equation," says Mary.


Jay Badame, President, Building Construction, Construction Services

"When I walk onto a jobsite, what I want to experience is superior problem-solving, varied viewpoints and innovative practices. The success of a job is directly tied to the talent, proficiency and diversity of its workforce," says Jay.


Jee Yi Yng, Executive Director, Transportation and Deputy Country Leader

"Be daring and rise to the occasion each time an opportunity presents itself. Take the plunge, even if you don’t feel 100% ready, because with every challenge comes growth," says Jee.

Join talented women at AECOM

AECOM offers some fantastic career opportunities for ambitious women. As a global organisation which is experiencing significant growth, there's no better time to join AECOM than now.


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