Lee Ann M. Slattery, FCSI, CDT, CCPR, LEED AP BD+C, sales support manager at ATAS International, has been awarded CSI Fellowship in the 2020 Class of Fellows, as one of five members elevated this year. She was nominated through a rigorous application process, then elected by the Jury of Fellows for membership. Fellowship is one of the top two honors given by the Institute. Slattery has been an active CSI member at the local chapter, region, and Institute levels over the past 18 years, and is well deserving of this award. Fellowship was bestowed during a virtual honors and awards ceremony on November 5th.
Slattery said, “I am very humbled to be included in this year’s Class of Fellows. Being a member of CSI has provided so much to me. In addition to gaining knowledge and guidance though a vast network of industry colleagues, it also provided me with leadership opportunities. I learned how to be a better team member when working as a group to achieve a goal, and I also learned to pass along my knowledge and guidance to others to advance their own careers in our industry.”
The CSI Fellowship award reads “For creating public awareness of the construction industry through the Let’s Build Construction Camp for Girls, Canstruction of the Greater Lehigh Valley, and Homes for Our Troops; for initiating change to broaden the membership reach of CSI and expand the educational offerings of the Middle Atlantic Region events; and for being an outspoken champion of the value of CSI certifications, memberships, emerging professionals, corporate partnerships, and Master Specifier Retreats, you are hereby advanced to Fellowship in the Institute on this 5th day of November 2020”.
Dick Bus, president of ATAS, stated, “There is no one more deserving of a Fellowship award than Lee Ann. I was pleased to have the opportunity to recommend her for CSI Fellowship this year. She has been an ambitious and highly motivated employee of ATAS for over 14 years, and a very engaged and active CSI member for over 18 years.”