Angie has been a leader in the Bay Area construction industry for many years. Starting as a young 22-year-old project manager in the late 80’s when there were very few women in construction to becoming the president/CEO of a $120 Million Mechanical contracting firm with over 300 people. She has a reputation in the Bay Area as a strong businesswoman, an excellent engineer, and an advocate for all women in construction as well as encouraging youth to enter our trades. She was the first ever female National President of SMACNA from 2019 to 2021, formed a Women in Construction leadership Committee Nationally and local for SMACNA and Co-founded Heavy Metal Summer Experience – which was a summer camp that brought in underserved high school students and taught them about the amazing opportunities that the Sheet metal and Piping industries offer. This organization – entering its 3rd year has grown from 2 contractors and 28 students to 25 locations across the US and Canada and 425 students.
Angie is a registered Professional Mechanical Engineer in the State of California, graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with an engineering degree while also playing NCAA softball for 4 years. She just retired from Western Allied Mechanical after 35 years.