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Dome Construction

In-Person Leadership Panel

This powerful in-person session will bring together three inspiring women leaders from Dome Construction to share their perspectives and examine the impact that female leaders can have on their organizations – and the impact that leadership roles can have on the women who hold them.

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In-Person Leadership Panel
In-Person Leadership Panel

Time & Location

Apr 21, 2023, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Dome Construction, 393 E Grand Ave. South San Francisco, CA 94080

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About the Event

This powerful in-person session will bring together three inspiring women leaders from Dome Construction to share their perspectives and examine the impact that female leaders can have on their organizations – and the impact that leadership roles can have on the women who hold them.

Alongside a discussion about the unique qualities that women leaders bring to the table, we’ll look at some developing initiatives aimed at getting women into top leadership positions.  We’ll also have open and frank conversations around topics such as work/life balance, flexibility, resilience, burnout, fears, strengths, failures, and more.

Open to everyone, this is a highly participatory and thought-provoking session and sure to be a rich conversation!

About our panelists:

Megan Anderson:

School: San Francisco State University

Major: Civil Engineering, Minors: Mechanical Engineering + Earth Science

GC Path: After college started interviewing for engineering jobs, found I needed to be in an environment where I could be in and office and out in the field. I also needed a job where I could use my problem-solving skills in practice.

Journey to Dome: Was at a mom-and-pop GC firm for 7 years. It was ran very differently than Dome and really lacked a support system for their employees. But once COVID came around the company showed its true colors and I couldn’t morally be part of that system anymore.

Kimberly Walter:

School – Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Major: Industrial Engineering, Minor: Sustainable Environments

How I ended up at a GC/Dome – With Industrial Engineering there was a wide variety of options to go into after college. I realized that I didn’t want to go into Manufacturing like a lot of my peers due to the remote locations and was fascinated with the built environment. My first job out of college was with a small GC down in San Luis Obispo where we did public jobs (schools, city projects). After that I wanted to relocate closer to my family and worked for Truebeck Construction on large ground up project in San Francisco. Realizing I wanted something more midsize project wise and wanted to work in biotech interiors I reached out to a friend from school and how he liked his experience at Dome Construction, and I transitioned to Dome in June of 2020 and have loved learning about the biotech interiors world since!

Dani Haemmerling:

Graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2014 with a Bachelor’s of Architecture (B.Arch). After college, I worked for a small architecture firm in San Francisco for 5 years while I worked towards my architecture license. I completed testing and became a licensed Architect in 2019. While working as a designer, my projects were primarily core & shell remodels and TI’s that were not local to the area. With my interests geared towards seeing work physically being built, I made the choice to switch to a general contractor to allow me the opportunity to be on job sites and learn more about constructability. Dome was recommended to me by a friend that works for one of our trade partners. Not only does Dome have an east bay office (huge plus!) but I felt that it was a great cultural fit starting from the first interview and introductions with the team.

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