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More than 50 have already registered to attend , this will be a fun meeting. We have a full agenda with the featured topic of the “Women of Asphalt”. The location has been changed due to the great response. The meeting will now be held at the City of Centennial Community room, 7272 South Eagle Street, Centennial, CO 80112. To attend or see more, use this link Space is limited for this meeting so don’t hesitate as reservations are required.
CAPA will feature the “Women of Asphalt” at our May 17th All Member meeting.
Who are the Women of Asphalt? Women of Asphalt is a national coalition which supports women in all aspects of the asphalt industry through mentoring, education, and advocacy, and by encouraging women to seek careers in the asphalt industry. What is the story behind the Women of Asphalt? Engineering, science and construction have historically been male-dominated industries. Over the past few years, there’s been an increase in the number of women moving Rocky Mountain Asphalt Conference features the “Women of Asphalt” into these fields. The asphalt industry is no exception. Although women do not represent a majority, they are beginning to represent more positions across the industry, from the field to the C-suite. We are luck yto have one of the founders of the group who will be in attendance. Natasha Ozybko from Road Science a division of Armaz Custom Chemicals will be speaking on how this group was formed and how the national group continues to grow and helping in forming a local group in Colorado. One of the other founders is Amy Miller, National Director for the Asphalt Pavement Alliance, Amy Miller works with a variety of people within the industry. In 2017, she discussed the idea of the Women of Asphalt with several other industry ladies, who were all extremely receptive and felt that this could help our industry in a variety of ways – encouragement, support, workforce development and education. With that in mind, they formed Women of Asphalt, a coalition to lead and inspire women in the asphalt industry.

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Director of Training and Member Services since April 2005. Co-chair of the LabCAT Technical Committee. As well as LabCAT Certification Levels A-E, I and S. A Colorado and Denver native, and have more than 38 years of experience in the Geotechnical Engineering Industry. I am also the CAPA Web Administrator and Author.