MANAGING CONSULTANT KATE HULL CHOSEN FOR TOP POSITION IN SWE
She will serve the 35,000-member organization on the Board of Directors for a two-year term starting in July.
Managing Consultant, Kate Hull, has been elected as Speaker of the Senate for the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). She will serve the 35,000-member organization on the Board of Directors for a two-year term starting in July. SWE gives women engineers a unique place and voice within the engineering industry, and Ms. Hull’s leadership will help drive and implement changes to improve the functionality and efficiency of SWE’s governance structure.
Ms. Hull has been an active member of SWE for more than a decade. She started her journey with SWE in 2004 while earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. Since that time, she has held multiple leadership positions such as Section Representative and Professional Senator. Thanks to her vast involvement and dedication to SWE, Ms. Hull was recently honored as a Gulf Coast Region Emerging Leader, which recognizes one member each year who actively engages in an engineering or technology profession, demonstrates outstanding professional performance, and consistently engages in SWE.
Ms. Hull has integrated her involvement with SWE into every aspect of her career. From utilizing her leadership experience to lead and develop her team at Spire, to representing the company at international conferences, Ms. Hull has become a true thought-leader in the industry. She has helped clients recover millions of dollars in damages and ensured that others delivered their complex, multibillion dollar projects on time and within budget. During her tenure within the industry, she has earned the trust and respect of many high-profile clients and peers and has been granted the opportunity to travel the world, ensuring that each client’s vision becomes a reality.
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Please join us in bidding Ms. Hull success in her new position!