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Drone Up
Virginia Business featured Drone Up (Tidewater District) highlighting their tremendous growth, leadership in the unmanned aerial vehicle space, and a new partnership with Walmart.  
Read the full Virginia Business article here.

Dainan Gibson
In a recent article, The Top 50 Women Leaders of Virginia for 2023, by Dainan Gibson of ECS Mid-Atlantic (Tidewater District) was featured as number 34.  

The article states of Dainan, "
Being an accomplished business leader there are countless marketing professionals that Dainan Gibson is affiliated with in the greater Hampton Roads community. Hampton Roads is rich with an environment and history of lasting, meaningful, and profitable relationships. Dainan’s personal drive comes from a true passion for the personal and professional success of her clients, colleagues, business partners and friends. She believes that always doing the right thing produces the greatest long-term success. Developing relationships is her happy place and she’s happiest when she can help people connect to achieve their goals. Steeped as a networking resource, Dainan is a connector and a truest at identifying opportunities and utilizing creativity. There is a sincere satisfaction in bringing opportunities to her company, colleagues, and professional peers.

Dainan has a long history of serving the community and volunteering through many local associations. She volunteers her services to the board of the Association of General Contractors, International Facilities Management Association, Women In Defense Greater Hampton Roads, Commercial Real Estate Women and the Society of American Military Engineers Hampton Roads Post, among others."
Read the full article here.

Virginia Technical Center
In case you missed it, WSLS in Roanoke featured Daphne Swavely, a student at Virginia Technical Institute (Central District). This story spotlights the power of Career & Technical Education, the impact that women have in our industry, and the tremendous opportunity for a successful career path in construction.
Watch the story here.


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