Future Generations of Gannett Fleming

With a vision to drive the future of the firm, Future Generations of Gannett Fleming (FuGen) seeks to amplify the voice of early-career professionals by coordinating and facilitating the inclusion of diverse perspectives across all levels of experience. This group of young professionals has been driving positive change since its formation in 2013. Made up of more than 10 diverse individuals from across the firm, the committee reports directly to the Gannett Fleming Board of Directors.

What We’re Doing

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“Ask Me Anything” Webcasts

FuGen features senior leadership within the firm in open format, Q&A discussions with the goal of providing transparency and a sense of connection for all employees.

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Conference Attendance

FuGen regularly sponsors Gannett Fleming employees to attend events, such as the National Society of Black Engineers Annual Convention, TEDx Talks, and several local TransportationCamp events.

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Local Presence

FuGen local chapters contribute to their communities and engage employees on a regional scale. For example, we have donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Keystone Military Families’ Stockings for Soldiers Drive.

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Internship Program

FuGen leaders authored Gannett Fleming’s internship program outline and are a part of the internship committee. FuGen members also serve as supervisors and mentors for interns.