Board of Directors

Meet our team

Isabel Marocco, President

Isabel Marocco is the CFO and Vice President for Casper Company, a local family owned and operated demolition sub-contractor. Isabel completed 25 years with Casper in July. She currently hold the position of CFO and Vice President.

The majority portion of her day involves assisting the administrative personnel with the day to day operations. In between she squeezes in the financials and decision making with the other owners in steering the direction of the company.

She landed in the construction industry quite by chance. She worked for a local drywall sub-contractor for 3 years, when she was laid off by this employer she was lucky enough to be hired by the then up and coming Casper Company in 1991. She has held nearly every office position in the company and overseeing the traditional office staff as CFO/Controller, and Operations Manager. However the greatest honor she has had with Casper was in 2008 when she was given the chance to become an owner in the company.

Her passion is her family. She comes from a family of 10, where she is the second to the youngest. But her greatest love is her husband Steve of 20 years and their children, Gabriel who is 26 and Theresa who is 19.

Ashley Carnevale, President-Elect

Ashley Carnevale is the Controller for Tru-Duct SHeet Metal Fabrication.

She has been married for 8 years and is a mother to three boys. Ashley was
born and raised in San Diego. She began working as the Office Manager at
Tru-Duct in 2003. Over the years, she has worn many hats, including,
Accounting, Sales, Purchasing, Compliance and much more. She explains that
it has been an incredible journey to have been a part of growing the company
from a “mom and pop” shop, to one of the largest Commercial Duct
Manufacturers in Southern California. As the business evolved, so did she.
She has a passion for construction and loves seeing projects Tru-Duct has
contributed to, all over the county.

When she is not working, she spends as much time outdoors, as possible. She
loves to hike, garden, golf and travel. In the summer, many of her weekends
are spent relaxing at the beach and boating on the Colorado River. In the
winter, she loves to snowboard.

After attending Camp NAWIC 2013, she was immediately hooked. She has been

involved in Camp NAWIC, Ways & Means, WIC Week, Anniversary Night and
Professional Development and Education. Through her involvement, she has and
continues to learn and grow. She looks forward to the upcoming opportunities
to help build our Chapter and our serve our community!

Dianne Koehle, Vice President

Dianne Koehle is a project coordinator for Gafcon, Inc.

Dianne works with Gafcon, Inc. as a Project Coordinator. She thrives being in the field and working on some of the highest profile projects in San Diego. Prior to being in the field over the past 18 years, she was in the in the banking industry, a submarine software engineer and a professional kite flyer. Dianne has an enthusiasm for education and has received degrees for information design systems and mathematics from San Diego State University. Her passion is her family, friends and pets.

She enjoys concerts, hiking, road-trips, movies, crafts, cooking, baking, and dancing. Being involved with Camp NAWIC and the Professional Development & Education Committees pulls at her heart strings as she enjoys mentoring others as well as personal growth. She feels that NAWIC membership has given her the perfect place to share her love for community, education, networking and the construction industry.

Mary Roscoe, Corresponding Secretary

Mary Roscoe is the Senior Business Development Manager for Symmons Industries.

She began in the construction industry in 1980 with A.O. Reed & Company. She was the purchasing and estimating assistant for 3 years and at that point had no idea what she wanted to “be” when she grew up! During this time at A.O. Reed – she met and married Bob, her husband of now 35 years! They have 3 children, Brenden is their son 34; Taryn is their daughter 33; and Justin is their son 31.
She took some time off when they were very young and then started at Liberty Equipment and Supply in 1986 and went into outside sales for the flexibility it provided to a young mother and wife. She still didn’t know what she would “be” when she grew up. She worked her way up to “Branch Manager” and then shortly thereafter Liberty was purchased by Ferguson. She then accepted a job with a plumbing drain manufacturer Josam and was there for a couple of years – Ferguson talked her into coming aboard as a Branch Manager and she soon realized this wasn’t what she wanted to “be” as a grown up!

She then accepted a position with Mega Western, a “Manufacturer rep. agency” and learned about faucets and shower valves among other products – with this knowledge she accepted a position nearly 10 years ago with Symmons – she finally now realize this is “where and what” she wants to be as a grown up!

She now has 7 grandchildren; 4 from Brenden and Danielle, Mikayla 13, Brennalyn 8, Giyanna 5 and Bryden 2. Taryn and Patrick have blessed her with 2 granddaughters Camryn 3 and Aubrey 1 and Justin and Alyssa have blessed her with another granddaughter Olivia born in September of 2016.

Her NAWIC journey started at Liberty Equipment but she didn’t appreciate all that NAWIC had to offer at that point in her career. Thinking back she now believes she was too busy with babies, school and running a household to entertain what the NAWIC opportunity could offer not only in her career but in her life path. She is blessed to have given this wonderful group another opportunity to join, learn, grow and support. As with NAWIC you will only get out of it what you put into it. There are lessons to be learned, friends to be made and opportunities to be had! She is proud to be associated with such a fine organization of professional women!

She also belongs to and holds board member positions with ASPE – American Society of Plumbing Engineers and the BIA – Building Industry of America, San Diego chapters.

In her spare time she loves the river, riding on the Harley, hiking, and being outside with her grandbabies!

Amber Webb, Treasurer

Amber was born and raised in the greater San Diego area. She has worked in the construction industry on and off since 2005, but has worked for Casper Company since October of 2015. Her experience is in Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Executive Assistance, some Payroll and Certified Payroll, Environmental Health & Safety, Contract Administration and Project Engineering.

She recently took the CIS (Construction Industry Specialist) course and is working towards completing the test to also contribute to her skill sets. She is so happy that our newly appointed Madam President, Isabel Marocco, introduced her to NAWIC in November of 2015 when she joined the Casper Company team. She feels this association is so empowering and has allowed her to not only explore new ideas and experiences that she would have not fathomed before, but has also allowed her to create lifelong friendships. She is excited for this new opportunity to server her Chapter as the 2017-2018 Treasurer. She is also involved in the following committees: Publicity & Outreach & Public Relations, Camp NAWIC, Finance (Co-Chair), WIC Week (Co-Chair), 2018 Fall Conference (Co-Chair), Auditing for 2016-2017 Financials, as well as Ways & Means.

When she is not working she enjoys spending her time on the soccer field, golfing, hiking, snowboarding, camping and hanging out with her family and friends. Amber is dedicated to NAWIC and cannot wait to serve her Chapter and her community!

Lisa Thibodeaux, Recording Secretary

Lisa Thibodeaux is the Operations Manager/Owner at Construction Experts, Inc.

Her duties include administrative, management and marketing services, in addition to providing support to our students, clients and teachers. She also assists with course creation and design. Lisa lives in beautiful Oceanside with her wonderful and supportive husband and their fun loving three year old son.

Construction Experts Inc. provides online construction classes and can be found at:

Paula Covert, Immediate Past-President

Paula Covert is a Sales Associate for Winsupply of San Diego, Inc.

Paula has been in the construction industry since 1979. She and her husband moved to San Diego in 2003 from Canada and is excited to be in the process of getting her US Citizenship.

Paula is an avid golfer and chairs our golf committee. Paula feels blessed with wonderful friends here in San Diego and credits many to her involvement with NAWIC.

Marie Moulton Phillipp, Director

Marie Moulton Phillipp is a solar PV and energy management consultant with Solar PV Energy Solutions, working on design-build solar project development with California contractors.

Marie moved to San Diego in 2004, and has been involved with business to business sales and the Solar PV (photovoltaic) industry in the region. She works as a solar consultant in both the commercial and residential markets, helping clients navigate through the ever-changing market conditions involved with this fast-growing industry.
Marie focuses on design-build solar and energy storage projects, putting together optimized solutions to meet the needs of clients within their unique site conditions and financial objectives. She has worked with well-established solar installers, most recently Independent Energy Solutions, and witnessed the downfall of these and other long-standing companies. She now actively works with multiple installers and organizations to offer clients the best company fit for their projects through Solar PV Energy Solutions. Now a veteran of the local solar industry, Marie is still passionate about her work, from the technical to the financial details, and understanding the needs of her clients.

Marie is married to Tom Phillipp, they are parents to four children, and the whole family has an affinity for the water. The family’s free time is spent scuba diving, swimming, surfing, playing water polo, beach volleyball, riding bikes and enjoying days at the beach. Trips back to Minnesota still hold waterskiing and snow-skiing to round out the seasons, and evenings in the sauna with a jump into the lake or a roll in the snow. In Marie’s world water and electricity do mix under the heading of fun under the sun while balancing work with play!

When Marie met Anita Barnes from NAWIC in 2011 she immediately jumped in by participating as a sponsor in the now-annual Golf Tournament, and has been hooked ever since. She enjoys the opportunity to network and participate in activities with other women in the construction industry, and build friendships in the community. Participating in NAWIC has fostered friendships that keep Marie involved and wanting to do more.

Kimberly Bell, Director

Kimberly Bell is the Contracts Manager for Pulice Construction, Inc. Kimberly Bell has been employed in the construction industry since 1988.

She has been a member of the National Association of Women in Construction in Las Vegas, NV from 2008-2013 and now in San Diego, CA!She is currently Contracts Manager for Pulice Construction, Inc. Founded in 1956, Pulice Construction, Inc. is headquartered in Phoenix, AZ with offices in San Diego, CA; Dallas, TX; and Houston, TX. Celebrating 60 years in business in 2016, Pulice is a proven leader in alternative project delivery. The company specializes in Design-Build and CMAR projects throughout the Southwest, and is an award-winning firm with a focus on project safety and partnering. Pulice is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dragados S. A., one of the world’s largest heavy civil contractors.

She is responsible for Bonds and Insurance, Prequalification Packages, Bid Packages, Bid Deliveries, Subcontracts, Administrative Support of Estimating Staff, Weekly Reports to Corporate and Standard Office Duties.

Kimberly loves sports, especially Football, UFC and Tennis; and music, singing karaoke and dancing. She has raised 4 children and has 3 grandchildren.

She joined NAWIC San Diego Chapter for the Educational Opportunities; to participate and assist in helping women learn about the construction industry and the networking and friendships she will make for years to come!

Jodi Valdivieso, Director

Jodi Valdivieso is the Vice President at HUB International.

Jodi develops and maintains commercial risk management and insurance solutions within its San Diego commercial division. She is responsible for providing strategic guidance to the firm’s Property & Casualty clients. She specializes in working with organizations on strategic issues involving risk management and insurance program design. Her industry expertise includes clients that operate in the construction, real estate, and manufacturing industries.

Jodi brings over 25 years of insurance experience in both underwriting and commercial client services. Prior to joining HUB in April of 2016, Jodi served as a Client Executive at Barney & Barney, LLC for fifteen years. Prior to Barney & Barney, she was an underwriter handling both property and casualty programs for middle market to large commercial clients and public entities for ICW, Travelers, and Aetna.

Jodi holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Illinois State University. She also holds the Certified Insurance Counselor designation.

Ashley Berg, Director

Ashley Berg is the Office Administrative Assitant for Dynalectric San Diego.

Ashley was born and raised in San Diego and grew up in the electrical industry with her dad as the Executive Manager for National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). She started her career in construction working part time in 2014 while attending California State University, Long Beach. After graduating with a Bachelors in the Fine Arts of Drawing and Painting with a Minor in Marketing, she moved back to San Diego and started at Dyanlectric San Diego in December 2015. As Administrative Assistant, Ashley coordinates start-up and closeout of projects for the Dynalectric Service & Systems and Industrial department and helps in the Marketing department with writing project case-studies for the company’s website.

After starting a new career chapter in the electrical industry in San Diego, Lorelee Langworthy introduced her to the National Association of Women in Construction. After attending her first meeting in February she shortly joined NAWIC in March 2016 and has helped with Camp NAWIC, WIC Week Committee, and recently became the Regional Communications Director for the Pacific Southwest Region for NAWIC and Co-Chair for NAWIC Young Professionals National Committee.

When Ashley is not busy with work or NAWIC, she enjoys going to music festivals and concerts with friends, relaxing and wine-tasting with her family andspending time with her pitbull, named Punk. He is her pride and joy! Ashley is also very focused on her fitness goals, and has competed previous in a fitness competition and plans on competing again in 2018. She is excited for when this new year holds for herself, her chapter and NAWIC!

Edna Rodriguez, Director

My name is Edna Rodriguez and I am very excited about my new position with NAWIC. I am a territory manager for H&E

Equipment Services providing construction equipment rentals, sales, parts, and service. I have worked in the construction industry for the last 15+ years and look forward to the year ahead with NAWIC.

Mariana Rosillo, Director

Mariana Rosillo is the Assistant Project Manager for ETC Build & Design

Mariana Rosillo joined the construction industry in 2012 and has been a member of the National Association of Women in Construction in San Diego, CA since 2015.

She is currently an Assistant Project Manager for ETC Building & Design, Inc. The company specializes in the design and construction of health care and life science facilities. ETC was founded in 2002 by Mike Essrig and Chris Taylor. The company, originally called Essrig Taylor Construction, specializes in seismic retrofitting that complies with SB1953, a Senate Bill passed by the State of California in 1995 that mandates seismic retrofit of hospitals throughout the state. It is headquartered in San Diego, CA with an office in Burbank, CA.

Mariana was originally hired as a two-week temp for their design department and is now celebrating five years with company. Not only is she the youngest Project Manager in ETC, but also the only female Project Manager. She is responsible for contract administration; generating and tracking RFI’s, submittals and logs; organizing meetings; generating customer billings; estimating; developing infection control layouts; project scheduling; tracking flow of all project documentation.

Mariana loves art and sports, specifically Soccer and Football. She is passionate about classical music, having played the piano for over 10 years. She graduated from Loyola Marymount University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry.

Mariana joined NAWIC to learn more about construction and interact with people who were just as passionate about the industry.

Linda A. Young, CBT, CIT, Parliamentarian

Linda Young, CBT, CIT is a 31 year member of the National Association of Women in Construction.

She is a Past National NAWIC President (2002-2003), a 3-time Past President of the San Diego Chapter #21, Past Administrator and Trustee of the NAWIC Founders’ Scholarship Foundation and Past 2-time National President of the NAWIC Education Foundation. Linda has spent 30 plus years working in various positions in the Construction Industry. Currently, Ms. Young is co-owner of C-SOS with her husband, Frank. She is Co-Chair of the San Diego Chapter Mentoring/Camp NAWIC Committee which is celebrating its 10th year. She is currently the NAWIC SD Future Construction Leaders Foundation President, Vice-Chair of the Advisory Committee for The New School of Architecture & Design Construction Management Program and President of the New School Foundation. Linda is married to Frank, has 2 sons and Daughter-in-laws, 4 grandchildren and a Schnauzer named Sarge.