WiMI Networking Reception at MCAA Convention Well Attended

March 14, 2019

Over 120 MCAA/MSCA women executives, manufacturer-supplier representatives, local association executives and students got together for a networking reception during the recent MCAA19 convention in Phoenix, AZ. WiMI chair Kori Gormley-Huppert kicked off the event by welcoming all the women and updating them on WiMI activities over the past year. WiMI committee members were introduced and the two Ferguson-WiMI scholarship winners congratulated. The attendees enjoyed the opportunity to meet new friends, share ideas and challenges and foster new networks of contacts.

Almost 5K hygine kits were packed in 2 hours by over 100 MSCA volunteers! #maca19 #disasterrelief @ConvoyofHope

Congrats to this year’s Everyday Hero Award winner, Michelle Collier, from Warwick Mechanical Group. We are lucky to have such amazing people in our industry! #msca19

Over 60 companies came out to MSCA19 today and shared the latest and greatest in the HVAC industry #msca19

Congrats to Steve Smith of ACCO Engineered Systems, this year’s D.S. O’Brien award recipient for his extraordinary dedication and commitment to the HVAC industry. #msca19

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