PWC launches its 2019 Mentorship Program

February 05, 2019 - Owners Developers & Managers

MaryAnne Gilmartin, CEO of L&L MAG, speaks at 2018 PWC Mentorship gathering.

New York, NY Professional Women in Construction (PWC) - New York Chapter launched its 2019 Experienced & Emerging Mentorship Program on January 25. In June 2017, PWC launched its first Experienced & Emerging Mentorship program. The inaugural program paired 50 of the chapter’s members into 25 pairs. PWC is now taking applications from members to launch the third year, after a successful second year in 2018 with 28 pairs.

The goal of this program is to promote women in the construction industry by allowing experienced and emerging professionals to engage in a meaningful and supportive relationship that fosters growth and confidence. The program is carefully catered by PWC’s Mentorship Committee and includes matched pairings in addition to group meetings with fellow mentors and mentees.

All PWC members are invited to apply by February 15 for their 2019 Program, which runs from April to November. For more information and to apply, please visit:

PWC is a national non-profit organization founded in 1980 by eight women that seeks to support, advance, and connect women and promote diversity within the architecture, engineering, construction, (AEC) and related industries. 

PWC’s members represent a broad spectrum of the industry that serves real estate owners, developers, facilities and property managers and public agencies. They include general construction and specialty contractors; architect and engineering firms, environmental services and suppliers. Because their core client industries have many needs, PWC also draws representatives from the services sector: Law and accounting firms, insurance/surety and bonding companies, banks and financial services, graphic designers, printers, computer consultants, travel agencies, marketing specialists and more. Membership is open to professional women and men, private companies and public agencies in construction and allied industries.

PWC Mentorship Program celebrates its second successful year.




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