Greg joined ABC in 2022 as the 3rd president since the chapter's founding. His favorite ABC memory was attending the 2020 Excellence in Construction Awards at The Getty Drive-In because it showcased the dedication and creativity of ABC/WMC members and staff.
Greg loves that ABC/WMC members come together, often as competitors to make the construction industry safer and more inclusive for everyone. Being a part of ABC means working for an organization that embraces and advocates for my shared values of open competition and free enterprise, which make our communities a better, more prosperous, and less divided place.
Hometown: Quincy, MI
Monica has been with ABC/WMC since 2019. Her favorite ABC memory is attending her first Excellence in Construction Awards ceremony and feeling the energy and pride of the west Michigan commercial construction industry for the first time.
Monica loves the way ABC/WMC creates a greater sense of community and purpose for members. As the person behind the scenes planning chapter events she finds it extremely rewarding to create shared experiences for members and to share their stories to promote merit shop values.
Hometown: Kalamazoo, MI
Katie joined the team in 2021 during the transition to the new building and formation of WMCI.
Katie loves the way level of attention and gratitude ABC gives to its members, as well as being part of a team that pulls together to make every interaction and event memorable. “Members make us who we are. I’m proud to be part of the team that has the opportunity to give back to our members.”
Hometown: Grandville, MI
Lindsay Joined ABC in 2022 as the Membership Director. Her favorite ABC memory was participating in MiCareerQuest and seeing how excited the middle and high school students got when they were able to explore career paths in the construction industry.
Lindsay believes in the system free enterprise, open competition, and the merit shop contractor and loves that ABC/WMC acts as their voice. She is proud to be a part of an organization that emphasizes safety, encourages the next generation to enter the trades, and protects the construction industry.
Hometown: Dorr, MI