The annual HBJ Women Who Mean Business Awards recognize women in leadership roles who have demonstrated excellence in their careers and community. All honorees will be recognized in a special section of the Journal’s Oct. 22 weekly edition and at a luncheon the same week. The full list of honorees is available online.
From our team, the HBJ recognized both PJ Glasco and Kristin Ledet as Outstanding Leaders in the AEC profession and Catherine Tinkler as an Outstanding Business Leader in Professional Services. Here’s a bit more about each of our honorees:
- PJ Glasco is our Houston Health Practice Leader and a talented healthcare planner and designer who has worked with many top healthcare institutions to create landmark facilities, spaces and strategies. PJ has been previously recognized in the “40 Under 40” program of Building Design and Construction as well as by the Houston Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” and Engineering News-Record’s “20 Under 40” for the Texas and Louisiana Region.
- Kristin Ledet is our Houston Office Leader, focused on the overall growth, development and market differentiation of the office. A standout interior designer for our health practice, Kristin excels at merging the complex functional requirements of healthcare facilities with empathetic amiability for patients, families, staff and visitors. She has previously been named to Building Design and Construction’s 40 Under 40 list.
- Catherine Tinkler is the Director of Project Management for our Facility Optimization Solutions (FOS) of CannonDesign team. She excels at helping organizations assess and evaluate their existing facilities, promote proactive maintenance strategies, and craft replacement plans to ensure long-term ROI and value. She has been a dynamic catalyst in helping FOS grow into the #1 facility management services group of any design firm per World Architecture.
These awards come at an exciting time for the Houston office as it continues to develop key work for Texas Children’s Hospital, MD Anderson, Texas Woman’s University, University of Texas Medical Branch’s League City campus and more. In 2019, the Houston Business Journal named CannonDesign one of the most Innovative Companies in the city.