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Lynn Kramer

Consigli Construction

"You can do anything you put your mind to. There are so many great organizations, like NAWIC, that can offer advice, support, and direction to the women in construction. Find a mentor and become a 'sponge.' Learn, grow, and enjoy your job. There are no limits to what you can achieve."

Lynn Kramer is a Project Executive at Consigli Construction Co., Inc. with more than 30 years of wide-ranging construction industry experience. Since beginning her career in the mid-80s, she began her career at Whiting-Turner, a large construction management firm, which afforded her the ability to work on many large and complex construction projects in the Northeast, ranging from a new campus development on a 46-acre site, to hospital campus expansions, to the construction of a 22-story high-rise condominium building.

Since 1995, Lynn has served in project management and leadership roles at multiple construction management firms, with demonstrated success in key market sectors like corporate, higher education, and healthcare. She helped lead the successful delivery of projects for clients like Tufts University, Merrimack College, Main Line Health, and CrozerHealth.

A longtime resident of New Hampshire, Lynn joined NAWIC earlier this year after joining Consigli to help grow their office in Manchester. She had been approached by the NAWIC Granite State Chapter to be a guest speaker at its holiday event, with the conversation focused on the importance of mentoring in the industry. After meeting so many wonderful women, and witnessing the camaraderie and support among members, it was an easy decision for Lynn to join the chapter. She looks forward to deepening her bonds with the women of this chapter, and sharing common interests, experiences and guidance.

A resident of Dover, NH, Lynn and her husband Perry are the proud parents of two grown children and a beautiful cocker spaniel named Whiskey. She and her husband are experienced horseback riders who compete in the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) circuit as often as possible.

Lynn Kramer
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