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WGI’s Nancy Clements, PE, selected as the 2021 WTS Central Florida Woman of the Year
WGI is happy to announce that our very own Nancy Clements, PE, has been selected as the WTS Central Florida Woman of the Year!
WTS is an international organization of both women and men with the mission of turning the “glass ceiling” into a ladder of success for women in the transportation industry.
Each year, the Central Florida Chapter of WTS celebrates the contributions of fantastic women and men in the transportation industry that have helped to advance the mission of WTS. The Woman of the Year award recognizes an outstanding role model that has contributed to the advancement of both women and minorities within transportation.
Nancy serves as senior vice president, transportation, and as a member of the senior leadership team of WGI. Nancy has spent the past 30 years contributing to several challenging transportation and toll-road programs. She was a project manager for the design team on the Boston Central Artery Tunnel Project, the largest public works project in the U.S. at that time. Nancy also served as the Director of Planning and Production for Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise for five years, the second-largest toll facility in the U.S. Her work for both organizations informs her big-picture thinking, style of management, and focus on people.
Nancy is the epitome of the saying “if you want something, go out and get it.” She inspires women at all levels in the transportation industry and shows that there is nothing that can’t be accomplished with determination. She works tirelessly to provide as many opportunities as possible for professional and personal growth. Through her work at WGI and in WTS, Nancy has grown mentor/protégé programs to provide outreach opportunities for young professionals in a wide range of transportation careers, worked to promote inclusivity and the celebration of diversity, and developed content and training opportunities for lower-level engineers to assist in their career growth.
Thanks for everything that you do, Nancy. Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition!
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