International Women’s Day at WDBA

Today is International Women’s Day! In recognition, we’d like to highlight the significant contributions of the remarkable women working on the Gordie Howe International Bridge project. Women hold roles in all of WDBA’s office departments including engineering, property acquisition, finance, human resources, legal, procurement and communications.

The 2018 International Women’s Day campaign theme is #PressforProgress. Here at WDBA we are doing just that as we work towards delivering the largest infrastructure project along the Canada-US border. Working in the construction industry, WDBA is proud to have an organization with women holding 46% of roles and gender parity on the Board of Directors.

Women at WDBA's offices holding signs - We will influence the beliefs and actions of others, we will celebrate women's achievements, we will challenge stereotypes and bias, #PressForProgress

International Women's Day By the Numbers - 46% of WDBA staff are women, 4 of 6 executive roles held by women, 50% of roles on board of directors held by women


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