Vice President & Director of Marketing
Project Coordinator, URBACON
Acacia is a Construction Project Coordinator for URBACON; a Construction Management Firm in Toronto specializing in corporate interiors, data centres, industrial and institutional builds. Acacia has been a valuable member of the URBACON project management team over the last three years and continues to learn and embrace her journey as an emerging construction professional on site and in the office. She obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts & Science majoring in Urban and Regional Planning and Environmental Studies at the University of Toronto in 2017. Shortly after, Acacia also pursued her Construction Project Management Certificate from George Brown College and is currently pursuing her Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Professional Designation.
Acacia has been active in supporting CAWIC since 2018 as a member and volunteer and as the Chair of the Special Events and Programming Committee in 2019, assisting in organizing events and workshops for CAWIC members and participants. In February 2020, Acacia became the interim CAWIC Director of Marketing where she increased the social media engagement by over 200% and has elevated the aesthetic nature of the CAWIC social media platforms. Elected in November 2020, Acacia continues to embrace her role as CAWIC Vice President in seeking to dissolve the gender imbalance in the construction industry and empower young women to pursue career paths in construction, trades, architecture and engineering using CAWIC as a gateway for mentorship, opportunity and inspiration.
Additionally, Acacia is a member/volunteer/participant of Toronto Construction Association (TCA), Canada Green Building Council Emerging Green Professional Toronto Chapter, Young Construction Leaders (YCL), Urban Land Institute (ULI), Toronto Real Estate Leaders (TREL), UofT Sustainable Engineers Association, and the University of Toronto Woodsworth Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Acacia is an enthusiastic and passionate member of the construction community and is eager to utilize her new role as CAWIC Vice President to continue engage and promote women throughout the construction industry.