Adrienne Straccione Joins Executive Board of Professional Women in Construction
Adrienne Straccione, CPA and partner-in-charge of the Philadelphia office at Wouch Maloney CPAs and Business Advisors, was elected to serve on the executive board of directors, as treasurer, for the Philadelphia Chapter of Professional Women in Construction. Prior to her election to the executive board, Adrienne was a co-chair of the Joining committee and a board member.
Other members elected to the 2023 board include: Telsa Love, IIDA, WELL AP with Coscia Moos Architects; Sarah Rodovalho, a student at Thomas Jefferson University; and Stephanie L. Titus, CHC with Quandel Construction Group, LLC. Love will serve as a Growing Delegate; Rodovalho will serve as a Student Delegate and Titus will serve as a Joining Delegate.
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Congratulations to all of the new Executive Board members.
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