Panel: Women Building the Presidio Tunnel Tops

Nature Boost in partnership with the Presidio Trust
Monday, 3/22/2021
3:30 - 4:30
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Meet the women behind the construction of the new Presidio Tunnel Tops project in this live panel facilitated by a Crissy Field Center youth leader. Learn about the Presidio Tunnel Tops project and hear about the all-women project management team’s journeys to careers building parks.

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