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Society of Women Engineers Names Ault to Leadership Role

The Golden Gate Section of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is announcing its leadership team for fiscal year 2022.

ESD Project Manager Nina (Townley) Ault has been named vice president for the San Francisco area chapter of SWE. In addition to assuming the duties of president if the president is temporarily unable to serve, Ault will also provide oversight and guidance to the organization’s various committee chairs.

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.

For more information on how ESD supports our local and professional communities, visit our website. If you have questions about ESD and our mission, please contact us directly.

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