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Women of Asphalt is a national coalition that leads and inspires women in the asphalt industry through mentoring, education and advocacy. Where We Belong is a podcast hosted by Women of Asphalt and sponsored by Blacklidge that helps drive the conversation around recruiting, retaining and supporting women in this male-dominated field. Follow us on social media and become a member!
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This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.On this episode of #WhereWeBelong, Natasha Ozybko and Kari Shiflett speak with Dana Wuesthoff, Vice President of Exhibitions & Event Services at the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). Wuesthoff discusses AEM's partnership with Women of Asphalt and why it's so important to give women visibility at CONEXPO-CON/AGG.Connect with Women of Asphalt at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020. Check out our events.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
On this episode of Where We Belong, Natasha Ozybko and Amy Miller share the table with Sandy Draper, Director of Inside Sales and Operations at Wirtgen America. #ListenNow as Draper details the evolution of Wirtgen America under her 28-year tenure and how the company sets itself apart from its competitors by setting high standards.The Women of Asphalt would like to extend a tremendous thank you to Wirtgen America, for being our premiere Diamond Sponsor in 2020. #WhereWeBelongThis podcast presentation was brought to you by Blacklidge.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
On this episode of Where We Belong, Ashley Batson speaks with Melinda McGrath, Executive Director for the Mississippi Department of Transportation. Through their candid exchange, we learn about McGrath's journey across the asphalt industry and how she maintains the hunger and drive required of effective leadership. #PressPlay to listen in on McGrath's journey.This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
Tune in to this episode of our #WhereWeBelong podcast as Natasha Ozybko sits down with Julie Lorenz, recently named Secretary of Transportation for the state of Kansas. Lorenz details the triumphs and challenges of her new position, the Managing A Girl In Construction (MAGIC) program and why seating women at the table is not simply a choice, but a responsibility.This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
*This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.*This is the second episode of our series on women in leadership roles within state D.O.T.s and the FHWA. Amy Miller speaks with Leslie Richards, the current Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Richards details her experience running for office, balancing the logistics of being a working mother and how diversity allows for the most effective solutions to increase your bottom line.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
*This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.*This episode of Where We Belong kicks off our series on women in leadership roles within state D.O.T.s and the FHWA. Hosts Amy Miller and Tracie Schlich sit down with Nicole Nason, Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration to discuss her recently confirmed position, the growing number of women in leadership positions at the Department of Transportation and how women in male dominated industries often reflect the unique, resilient qualities of asphalt.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
On this episode of WofA's #WhereWeBelong, Audrey Copeland sits down with Ellen Voie, President & CEO of the Women in Trucking Association to discuss representation of women in media and the international span of women in the asphalt industry. Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.On this episode of #WhereWeBelong, the #WomenofAsphalt set up shop at the 2019 World of Asphalt Conference in Indianapolis. Dr. Rita Leahy, the "Original Woman of Asphalt," moderates a panel of six women who share their diverse experiences in the male-dominated asphalt industry.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
Paving Her Own Way

Paving Her Own Way

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This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.On this episode of #WhereWeBelong, we sit down in beautiful Northern Colorado with Abby Glasser, Project Coordinator at Martin Marietta. Glasser describes splitting her time between the field and the office, her search for guidance and industry knowledge, and why any interested, ambitious woman can achieve her own success in the asphalt industry.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.During the 2018 APA California Conference Amy Miller and Natasha Ozybko sit down with Dr. Rita Leahy, the acclaimed "Original Woman of Asphalt," and the first guest in a series of interviews highlighting women in the industry.Dr. Leahy holds nearly 25 years of experience with the transportation industry on pavement related issues at the national, regional and state levels. Leahy reminds us why hardworking women in the asphalt industry are exactly #WhereWeBelong.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.In our first Where We Belong podcast episode, founding members Amy Miller and Natasha Ozybko discuss Women of Asphalt and how more women can join the movement. Listen now! Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
Ashley Batson speaks to Christy Hall, Secretary of the South Carolina Department of Transportation. Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
This podcast is proudly sponsored by Blacklidge.On this episode of #WhereWeBelong, Natasha Ozybko speaks with Kristina Swallow, Director of the Nevada Department of Transportation. They discuss memorable experiences along her career, the importance of mentors and why women should not be afraid to try something new.Support the show (https://womenofasphalt.org/membership/)
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