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Women at WIRC Podcast: Sarah Lawson, Episode 16

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Women at WIRC Podcast: Sarah Lawson, Episode 16

Sarah Lawson, owner of Cambridge, Mass.-based S&H Construction, shares how she moved from project manager to owner and her work philosophy


May 3, 2021
Sarah Lawson
Sarah Lawson, S&H Construction

Sarah Lawson only wanted to improve S&H Construction, the company she worked for as a project manager for nearly a decade. Having had experience owning her own construction business, she pushed her hesitations aside and drew up a proposal to become S&H’s new owner, as its current owners were nearing retirement.

The transition took some guts, time, confidence, and a well-designed plan. But most importantly, it took Lawson believing in her abilities. 

Listen to see what she has to say about putting yourself out there, making opportunities for yourself, and her philosophy on being the boss.

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