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February 14, 2019

Murtha Cullina LLP Partner Sara P. Bryant was recently named the Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Boston Chapter of the Professional Women in Construction.  This is the newest chapter of Professional Women in Construction (PWC), a national non-profit organization that supports women and promotes diversity in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries. 

In addition to the PWC Boston Executive Leadership Team, Ms. Bryant is also a member of the PWC Boston Operation Committee.  In conjunction with its launch, PWC Boston plans to grow its membership and to provide relevant programming on AEC business in Boston. 

Ms. Bryant is joined on the PWC Boston Board of Directors by:

  • Diana Nicklaus, President, PWC Boston Board of Directors, saam architecture
  • Sarah McGillicuddy, Vice President, PWC Boston Board of Directors, Acentech
  • Ben Sawa, GEI Consultants
  • Rachel Woodhouse, Dyer Brown Architects
  • Chelsea Christenson, Nitsch Engineering
  • Caroline Fitzgerald, Director, BOND
  • Emily Hopps, Gumpertz & Heger Inc.
  • Deborah Myers, DMLA
  • Susan Wisler, Architectural Engineers, Inc.
  • Shelley Vanderweil, Vanderweil

Ms. Bryant is the Managing Partner of Murtha Cullina’s Boston office.  She is a member of the Firm’s Litigation Department and the Construction Practice Group.   She represents clients ranging from regional businesses to Fortune 100 and ENR Top 10 companies in the areas of construction and business litigation. In 2018, Ms. Bryant was recognized as a “Top Woman of Law” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. She is a member of the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts.  She received her J.D. cum laude from Boston College Law School and her B.A. with high honors from Eckerd College.
About Murtha Cullina LLP
With more than 100 attorneys in six offices throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York, Murtha Cullina LLP offers a full range of legal services to meet the local, regional and national needs of our clients. Our practice encompasses litigation, regulatory and transactional representation of businesses, governmental units, non-profit organizations and individuals. Core practice areas include litigation, insurance recovery, labor and employment, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, energy, health care, trusts and estates, intellectual property, real estate, land use and retail and hospitality. 
About PWC Boston
PWC Boston is the newest chapter of Professional Women in Construction (PWC), a national nonprofit organization founded in 1980 that seeks to support, advance, and connect women and promote diversity within the architecture, engineering, construction, (AEC) and related industries. PWC’s members represent a broad spectrum of the industry that serves real estate owners, developers, facilities and property managers and public agencies. They include general construction and specialty contractors, architectural and engineering firms, environmental services, and suppliers. Because our core client industries have many needs, PWC also draws representatives from the services sector: law and accounting firms, insurance/surety and bonding companies, banks and financial services, graphic designers, printers, computer consultants, travel agencies, marketing specialists and more. Membership is open to professional women and men, private companies and public agencies in construction and allied industries.

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