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NABWIC TALKS From Navy to Nails - A Strategic Conversation with Audrey Cawthon

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Join us on this episode of NABWICTalks as we explore the dynamic and diverse career of Audrey Cawthon, a Navy veteran turned project management professional and entrepreneur. With a storied military career of over two decades and an impressive educational journey culminating with an MBA in Project Management, Audrey’s transition into the civilian sector has been nothing short of inspiring.

Audrey co-founded Loganbriar Landing Property Solutions, a South Carolina-based firm specializing in providing short-term corporate housing solutions. As she discusses the operations and ethos behind her business, Audrey also shares insights into her company's exciting pivot towards construction project management. This strategic shift aims to streamline organizational processes and manage construction projects from initiation to completion, ensuring efficiency, timeliness, and budget adherence.

Audrey’s narrative is a compelling tale of transition, leadership, and adaptation. From managing technical projects in the Navy to facilitating comfortable accommodations for traveling professionals, and now moving towards overseeing construction projects, her journey exemplifies resilience and strategic foresight.

Contact: Audrey W. Cawthon | Loganbriar Landing Property Solutions | 7643 Gate Pkwy, STE104-831 | Jacksonville, FL  32256 | contact@loganbriarlanding.com | (904) 385-8014

NABWIC's Vision: The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities.| NABWIC.ORG

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