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Woman at Work: Brenna Kelly, Southeast Conservation Corps Director

Woman at Work: Brenna Kelly, Southeast Conservation Corps Director

"...It can be lonely to not see your gender or identity reflected in the professional company you keep, but sticking it out through the tough and lonely times is worth it. Without more women being encouraged and supported to do this work, the needle of equity and inclusivity will never move forward."

Woman at Work: Electrical Apprentice Isis Harris

Woman at Work: Electrical Apprentice Isis Harris

What made you start your career in the trades?I started in the construction trades determined to better the lives of my children. That decision has affected my life in extraordinary ways. Joining the union is what kept me pushing forward. I needed a career that made me feel...


Woman at Work: Hope Renovations Founder Nora Spencer

Woman at Work: Hope Renovations Founder Nora Spencer

"Knowing that the trades offer amazing opportunities that pay good wages, I decided to combine my love for the trades, my background in HR, and my desire to make a difference in womens' lives—and came up with the idea for Hope Renovations."

Three Doves, One Letter

Three Doves, One Letter

For a company whose motto is “get dirty,” 2020 was a weird new world that saw us obsessively washing our hands. Tough times don’t end when the calendar flips, but we’re grateful to be able to reflect on them at all. We may be a little beat up, and in need of an actual hug, but we’re so damn lucky to be writing to you.


Orgs at Work: Build the Future

Orgs at Work: Build the Future

There is a quote that goes, “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”

 In that spirit, we've compiled a list of groups working hard to promote equity, equality, and diversity in their industries, and how we can offer support.


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