Construction Leadership Council (CLC)
AGC’s Construction Leadership Council develops the next generation of construction leaders through education, philanthropy and social efforts to ensure the future success of our industry.
Washington's construction industry continues to flourish with the help of strong leadership and the AGC of Washington.
To ensure an equally successful future, it is important for our next generation of leaders to develop and prepare themselves for the future challenges of the industry. AGC of Washington recognized the need for a forum that focuses on next-generation leaders, and provides an avenue to their involvement with the AGC. In 2007, AGC’s Future Leadership Forum (FLF) was created and, in 2017, became the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) to align itself with AGC of America.
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CLC activities are open to all early and mid-career construction-industry professionals employed by an AGC member firm or enrolled as a Young Constructor member (see below) of AGC of Washington.
To get on the mailing list for future activities and events, email Andrew Ledbetter.
Armando Espinosa (chair) – Exxel Pacific
Brad Neudorfer – Howard S. Wright
Wes Furste – Absher Construction
Keenan Lazzar – Teknon
Brian Perry – Clifton Larson Allen
Sam Elliot – Turner
Mark Strecker – PBS Supply
Michael Feaster – McKinstry
Daniel Culicover – Oles Morrison
Kelli Desrosier – Prime Electric
Marcus Konopaski – Sellen
Sarah Lawrence – Pennington Painting
Jonathan Evatt – GLY
Celina Yee – Lease Crutcher Lewis
Are you an employee of a non-member company, but would like to take part in AGC events? Now you can, if you are an individual who is entering or developing a construction-industry career with a General Contractor that is not an AGC of Washington member. For only $100 a year per person, you can take part in all AGC activities.
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“AGC Talk” video from the AGC of Washington