Jennifer Sproul Named New MCCEI President
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
JENNIFER SPROUL NAMED NEW MCCEI PRESIDENT
TOWSON, MD – September 24, 2020 The Board of the MCCEI is proud to announce that Jennifer Sproul, formerly of Barton Malow, joins MCCEI as its new president. Founded in 2009, MCCEI is a partnership between the industry, education, and government. MCCEI’s mission is to develop, promote, and connect career opportunities in the built environment. Jennifer served on the national board of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) as the Northeast Region Director. She is a passionate advocate for women in the Construction industry.
We are excited to have Jennifer on board. She understands and comes from the construction industry, and she has immersed herself in the workforce aspect of the industry through her work with NAWIC. Jenn is passionate about this space and is very familiar with and supportive of our Mission.
– Martin Knott, Knott Mechanical, MCCEI Board Chair
Jennifer’s focus through NAWIC on engaging young people in the industry makes her a perfect fit to replace Bob and to guide us towards a more inclusive experience.
– Valerie Brennan, Baltimore County Public Schools
Jennifer brings forward a wealth of marketing knowledge, industry connections, and construction background to MCCEI as they embark on new initiatives. She will become the second president in MCCEI’s history. Jennifer lives in Freeland, Maryland, with her husband of 14 years and is a mother to two young daughters.
Founded in 2009, MCCEI is a partnership between the industry, education, and government. MCCEI’s mission is to develop, promote, and connect career opportunities in the built environment. MCCEI has released three industry reports: The Critical Path, Building Bridges, and Digging Deeper. MCCEI also releases a bi-annual publication entitled, Build Your Path highlighting built environment career descriptions and pathways.
Our Vision: MCCEI is an independent and trusted adviser and resource for industry, education, and government. Together, we will make careers in the built environment a first-choice option.
Bob Aydukovic served with MCCEI for 10 years and here are his parting words:
I am moving on from MCCEI. It has been nearly 10 years and it has been a great run. There is a bit of irony in that MCCEI started as an idea and was backed by some very motivated and passionate people who are still involved. My first day on the job started with a meeting, taking several pages of notes, a slap on the back and the directive “get to work.” MCCEI as a business started at my kitchen table 10-ish years ago. Now, going full circle in this COVID-19 summer of work-from-home, it is back on the same kitchen table, and the work continues on. MCCEI also has miles to go and promises to keep.
It has been an absolute pleasure to be a part of MCCEI and getting to know all of you. This is not goodbye yet, but a salute to new beginnings.
Thank you for everything and all the best,