Washington Women in Trades is delighted to announce the 2022 Tradeswoman Awardees.

Thanks to the spirited enthusiasm of all the nominators.

It could never happen without people who take the time to nominate.

Every 2022 nominee has made a difference in the workplace and the community. We surely acknowledge all contributions. As you may know, we are limited in the number of awards we can present, and the decisions are always tough. Congratulations go to everyone, both Awardees AND Nominees. It is a big honor to be recognized by your peers, whether you receive an award or not. Your effort is never lost on us.

 Here are the 2022 Washington Women in Trades Awardees

Tradeswoman of the Year

Marisa Spencer

Journey Level Plumber, MacDonald Miller

Lifetime Achievement

DeAnna Johnson

Mechanical Inspector, City of Seattle

Active Advocate

Gillian Burlingham 

IBEW 46 Business Representative for the Public Sector, Journey Level Electrician 

Cathie Jett Workplace Leader

Dawn Steinwright

Instructor, Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute, Carpenter Crew Chief

Union Activist

Sandra Moore-Jones

Journey level Electrician, Port of Seattle

Instructor 

Shelly Kleppe

Instructor, Northwest Laborers Employers Training Trust Fund

Josie Dunn Apprentice Award

Na’Quelle Davis

Inside Wire Electrician, Valley Electric

Josie Dunn Apprentice Award

Tori Westman

Inside Wire Electrician, Prime Electric

Peggy Cook Apprentice Award

Juliette Haines 

Cement Mason Apprenticeship, ST L300 Skanska

Honorable Mention

Cochran, Inc

LeeAnne Cochran, CEO

2022 Nominees

Amber McGinnis, Bobbi Worden, Burt Maxwell, Chris Boling, Connie Kelleher, Jamilee Kefton, Kendra Webber, Laura Robinson, Leilanna Barrientes, Mallorie Davies, Misty Wheeler, Robin Cowper, Susan Cook, Teresita Ronquillo and Trina Chapa.

 

A formal Award letter has been sent to winners. Each winner receives a pair of tickets to the Dream Big Dinner, a special keepsake commemoration and applause, a whole lot of applause.
All complimentary tickets will be available as "will call" at the door.

 

Celebrate these fine people and join us for an evening of good company as well as a fine Hawaiian Luau! It's always a festive evening, and we encourage your participation.

 

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.wawomenintrades.com

 

Thanks again to everyone who made the effort to nominate.

We could not do this without your commitment and enthusiasm.

 

Please do join the November 5 celebration!

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