Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: TaKeisha Saunders

As an experienced medical equipment technician in the Army and a medical equipment planner and project manager at Mazzetti, we could say TaKeisha knows medical equipment from the inside out.
Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: Erin Black

A fourth-generation engineer, Erin Black is a Mechanical Engineer in Mazzetti's St. Louis office and serves as the current ASHRAE President of the St. Louis Chapter where her grandfather still attends regular meetings. We know she will make an impact on future generations, whether they’re a fourth generation engineer or a first!
Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: Holly Taylor

Holly Taylor works (remotely) in Mazzetti’s Denver office and is the Electrical Discipline Lead for Mazzetti. Holly’s leadership has made the electrical discipline a shining example of how to structure and maintain efficient workflows and resources for everyone to use!
Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: Chelsea Quigley

Chelsea Quigley is a newly promoted Associate and Plumbing Designer in our San Francisco office. She started with Mazzetti after graduating from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a degree in environmental engineering and says she fell into the role somewhat randomly – “[Plumbing] was something I had never realized even was a career (the toilet just magically flushes on its own, right?).” Five years later, Chelsea has become an indispensable part of the plumbing team, working on projects of varying size in addition to project management.
Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: Edna Webb

Edna Webb is Mazzetti’s Controller—ensuring the day-to-day financial activities are executed—payments made, general ledger is current, reporting is completed, etc. Edna was previously employed by another engineering firm as an Accounting Manager, before joining Mazzetti  as Controller 11 years ago, working out of the Nashville (Franklin) office.
Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: Kristelle Fruge

Kristelle Fruge is an associate and technology project manager for Mazzetti+GBA’s technology division out of the Franklin, TN office. After working in high tech for many years, Kristelle was looking for a change in her career and was drawn to medical equipment and IT planning. She ended up at GBA (which merged with Mazzetti in 2016) and has been an indispensable part of the team ever since!
Meet Janelle Drouet, Senior Lighting Designer

Meet Janelle Drouet, Mazzetti’s new Senior Lighting Designer. For more than 20 years, Janelle has contributed to the success of a broad spectrum of lighting design projects of varying sizes and complexities including LEED, WELL, daylighting, heritage, fast track, and design-build projects. Regardless of scope or project type, she firmly believes that good lighting design, access to daylighting and/or shading, is a basic human right and it should be equitable for all. Janelle joins Mazzetti as a Senior Associate, based in San Francisco, CA.
Women@Mazzetti Spotlight: Amber McClintock

For September’s Women @ Mazzetti spotlight, we flipped the script on Amber McClintock, Corporate Marketing & Communications Manager within Mazzetti’s Marketing and Business Development Department.
Women @ Mazzetti Spotlight: Jasmine Thomas & Sierra Loiselle

For August’s Women@Mazzetti spotlight, we are doing something special and highlighting two women Mazzetti-ites this time! Please keep on reading to learn more about our wonderful summer interns, Jasmine Thomas and Sierra Loiselle.
Women @ Mazzetti Spotlight: Nikki Tuft

This month’s Women@Mazzetti spotlight is on Nikki Tuft, a Senior Technology Consultant working from San Francisco, CA. She began her career with our Technology Division, Mazzetti + GBA, 21 years ago...
Women @ Mazzetti Spotlight: Anjali Wale

This month, the Women@Mazzetti committee is putting the spotlight on Anjali Wale, a senior electrical engineer and associate from our San Francisco office. While the past year has given us a newfound appreciation and admiration for all the parents out there who have been juggling home schooling or childcare and work, we found Anjali’s ability to juggle competing priorities particularly amazing!
Pride: Colorful reflections and "gray" projections

As the official LGBTQ+ Pride Month comes to a close, we’re reflecting on what ‘Pride’ means to us. Where are we today in our thinking/perspectives? What can we learn from each other? How can we expand and evolve to be better stewards of DEI values? 

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