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Ault Named President of SWE San Francisco Chapter

After a year of service as vice president, ESD Project Manager Nina Ault is taking the helm as president of the Golden Gate Section of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) for the coming fiscal year.

As president, Ault will be the public representative for the section as well as preside over meeting of the chapter and its executive council. She will also be making and approving appointments of all committee members. In addition to providing leadership and guidance to the committee chairs, Ault will also be coordinating activities and executing the business and policies of the section between meetings.

For over 70 years, SWE has been focused on promoting the success of women engineers and amplifying their unique place and voice within the engineering industry.

Nina freely shares her experience volunteering for organizations like SWE to help advance ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

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