ElevateHER® Symposium Welcome Reception/Mixer 2024
- Regular price
Join us at the inaugural DFW Women's Cohort Mixer, which will kick off Zweig Group's annual ElevateHER Symposium.
This will be an evening where connections are made and relationships are built. Take part in facilitated roundtable discussions on topics that interest you the most, including mentorship, senior leadership, AEC workforce pipeline, equitable workplace policies; and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and libations along the way.
Participating organizations include: NAWIC, WiA, TEXO Women’s Forum, SE3, NOMA, and more. For a list of all the groups and their mission, check out this directory that will be updated regularly. If you are part of an organization that should be represented, please reach out.
Proceeds from the evening will be shared by the participating organizations, including Zweig Group’s ElevateHER projects – learn more here.
Big thank you to our event Title Sponsor – Brasfield & Gorrie, and event sponsors, Association of Professional Women in Construction, Batson-Cook Construction, C1S Group, llc, and Turner.
Sponsorship opportunities available, starting at $500, please contact Shirley Che for more information.
- Members of all the participating women- and/or minority-focused AEC organizations enjoy a 50% discount. Select the ticket type: Members of Industry Organizations
- This is not a Symposium registration. To attend both this mixer and ElevateHER Symposium, please register here.
By serving as an advisor and the hub of resources and information, ElevateHER brings AEC professionals together, from across the country, disciplines and org charts, to work towards building a more sustainable AEC workforce.
About DFW Women's Cohort
Comprised of representatives from (almost) all the different women- and minority-focused AEC organizations in North Texas, DFW Women’s Cohort aims to bring together these existing groups for mutual support through sharing of resources, educational opportunities, mentoring, networking, and more.
The goal is not a new organization, but a more efficient way for existing ones to operate and build upon each other, while continuing to serve the specific interest of their respective group.