Mowery’s construction administrator awarded for inspiring and making an impact in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.

Mowery is proud to announce that Michele Appleby, construction administrator, has been recognized by the Whitaker Center as a “woman of impact” for her contributions to the STEM field in Central Pennsylvania. On September 12, 2019, Appleby was one of ten women honored at the inaugural Women of Impact: Celebrating Women in STEM Awards Luncheon in Harrisburg.

Appleby has more than 23 years of experience in the construction industry. At Mowery, her role includes working closely with project managers, project engineers and project superintendents to provide training and oversight on Mowery’s construction management software. She also plays a vital role in the construction process helping Mowery complete projects on time and on budget creating a remarkable client construction experience.

“Michele’s contributions in the area of science, technology, engineering, and math have helped position Mowery as a leader in the construction industry,” said David Cross, president and owner. “In the 19 years Michele has been a part of the Mowery team, she has helped to revolutionize our construction management process all while continuing to develop and inspire team members within our company. We couldn’t be prouder to have her on our team.”

“We received nominations from family, friends, and coworkers and an outpouring of support from organizations that are committed to helping us increase the reach of our Girls in STEM Initiative. We are proud to honor the outstanding women in our region who are forging the STEM path for girls everywhere,” said Michele Holloway, vice president of development at the Whitaker Center.