Orange Park, Florida (September 20, 2018)—The Women of Asphalt Council has been renamed Women of Asphalt (WofA) and launched a newly redesigned website and its inaugural podcast. Both can be found at womenofasphalt.org.
The website has been expanded to serve as a hub for WofA membership, including a wide range of relevant, useful information for women in the asphalt industry, upcoming WofA events and opportunities to become a mentor.
The new WofA podcast "Where We Belong" is dedicated to highlighting women in the asphalt industry. The series focuses on discussions with women from across the country, centering on their experiences and available career paths within the asphalt industry. The hosts and guests will talk about how they started in the asphalt industry, non-traditional roles they’ve taken on, obstacles they’ve overcome and how they’re changing the face of the industry.
In the inaugural podcast “Who We Are,” founding WofA members Amy Miller, national director of the Asphalt Pavement Alliance, and Natasha Ozybko, regional sales manager at Road Science, a division of ArrMaz, discuss in detail why WofA was started, its main purposes goals.
Founding member Audrey Copeland, vice president for engineering, research and technology at the National Asphalt Pavement Association, stated, “As with other sectors of the construction industry, fantastic opportunities for women exist in the asphalt industry. WofA works to help women take full advantage of these opportunities so they can build long, rewarding careers.”
WofA is a national grassroots coalition started by women in the asphalt industry with the purpose of supporting career growth and development for women in all aspects of the industry. WofA encourages women to seek careers in the asphalt industry and provides mentoring, networking, education and advocacy opportunities. The Asphalt Pavement Alliance provides technical and operational support to WofA.