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Women at AECOM share insights on the future of infrastructure

Women at AECOM share insights on the future of infrastructure

 June 11, 2019

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How do women at AECOM #BuildForTomorrow?

Five fabulous AECOM women discuss the importance of infrastructure for our society and how AECOM is working hard to build a better future. 

Kelli Bernard, National Cities Leader, AECOM

“Infrastructure is critical to the economic growth and social progress of our cities," says Kelli (pictured above).

Veronica Siranosian, Vice President, AECOM Ventures

“Transportation infrastructure connects people to opportunities. Investment in our physical and digital transportation assets doesn’t just fix roads, it can expand access, improve safety and enable equity," says Veronica.

Infrastructure AECOM Vice President woman


Jane Penny, Executive Vice President, Office of Growth, AECOM

"The goal when we Build For Tomorrow is to ensure our AECOM infrastructure designs allow ease of operation and maintainability, reliability, and resilience, as well as affordable lifecycle costs," says Jane.

Executive Vice President infrastructure AECOM woman

Heather Rim, Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, AECOM

“Infrastructure connects the world around us. At AECOM, our people work tirelessly to Build for Tomorrow and ensure future generations will inherit a better world," says Heather.

Heather Rim Senior Vice President Marketing Communications AECOM

Judy Gallagher, Senior Vice President, National Governments, AECOM

“We are in the final stages of developing a proprietary technology to treat PFAS contamination, which will significantly reduce remediation costs to the government and provide safe drinking water," says Judy.

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