Connected Women at Gannett Fleming

The mission of Connected Women at Gannett Fleming™ is to create a culture that empowers, supports, and mentors women to achieve career and personal success at Gannett Fleming. Launched in 2017, this group is working to develop a supportive environment that leads to an internal community of engaged colleagues. Facilitating and fostering networking, mentoring, and professional development, this network strives to empower and enable women to advance in leadership at Gannett Fleming.

This employee resource group (ERG) is led by a steering committee of inspirational women. Some of its members shared their love for engineering in this video.

What We’re Doing

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Connected Ambassadors Program

This program facilitates the formation of local Connected Women groups. More than 70 Connected Ambassadors across the country help to promote professional development and community involvement.

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Pub Hub

Pub Hub is the next generation book club sponsored by Connected Women. A great professional development and networking opportunity, the club focuses on lively conversations on professional topics related to a wide range of publications, podcasts, videos, articles, and blogs.

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Livestream Broadcasts

These events allow Connected Women to engage and provide resources across a global company. Past livestream broadcasts have included advice from female leaders as well as professional development opportunities.

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Connected Conversations

These roundtable discussions are a chance for employees – male and female – across the firm to meet with female leaders, ask questions, and build community. Connected Conversations provide an opportunity to share ideas across offices and encourage open communications.