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Amy O’Grady Named Executive Director of Women in HVACR

Amy O’Grady

Amy O’Grady, of Jacksonville, Florida has been named Executive Director of Women In HVACR (WHVACR).

Amy brings over 13 years of experience on the contractor side of the industry along with over 4 years as executive director of the North Florida Air Conditioning Contractors Association (NFACCA) to her new position. She also served as NFACCA President and Vice President.

“I’m excited to be joining this dynamic, diverse and successful group of industry professionals and look forward to helping Women in HVACR build on their impressive list of successes,” Amy stated. “I get to be a part of the advancement and support of women in the trades every day!”

“We’re thrilled to announce Amy O’Grady as the new Executive Director of Women in HVACR! With a background that spans from fashion design to HVAC industry leadership, Amy brings a unique blend of creativity and strategic vision. Her dynamic career and commitment to empowering women make her the perfect fit to lead our organization to new heights. Join us in welcoming Amy and celebrating her success!”, WHVACR stated in their press release.

Founded in 2002, WHVACR has grown to over 1,200 members. The organization exists to improve the lives of their members by providing professional avenues to connect with other women growing their careers in the HVACR industry. They empower women to succeed through networking opportunities, mentoring and education. Women in HVACR provides scholarship opportunities aimed specifically at supporting women pursuing careers within the HVACR industry, including those seeking Engineering/Business degrees or trade school education.

Visit www.womeninwhvacr.org for more information and to join the organization.

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