Emily Trezza of Ivoryton Named 2018 Diversity Construction Group Foundation Scholarship Recipient 


L to R: James A Keaney, President, Diversity Construction Group Foundation, Emily Trezza, Michael Trezza, Emily’s father and Dr. Namhum Lee Assoc Prof of Construction Management at CCSU

October 15, 2018 — Emily Trezza of Ivoryton, CT was awarded a check for $2500 as the 2018 Diversity Construction Group Foundation scholarship recipient. The award is given annually to a woman or minority student interested in pursuing a career in construction-related industries.  Ms. Trezza is currently a junior at Central Connecticut State University majoring in Construction Management with a minor in Business/Finance. She is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society and serves on the executive board for the Construction Management club. Emily recently completed an internship at General Dynamics Electric Boat working as a Program Representative.

“Emily is an outstanding member of the new generation of women and minority students dedicated to pursuing a career in the construction industry,” said James A Keaney, President of Diversity Construction Group and the Diversity Construction Group Foundation. “It’s our mission to stimulate and grow female and minority participation in our industry through programs like our annual scholarship. By so doing, we are investing in the future of our industry.”


About Diversity Construction Group and the Diversity Construction Group Foundation

Diversity Construction Group is a commercial construction company located in Wallingford, Connecticut. The company specializes in renovation and new construction for commercial, industrial, office, education-related and house of worship-related projects, among others. Diversity Construction Group operates the Diversity Construction Group Foundation which supports minority and female employment in the construction industry. Each year the Diversity Construction Group Foundation awards a scholarship to a deserving minority or female student desiring to pursue a career in the construction industry.


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