On Thursday, May 26, the Philadelphia Tribune held a virtual event honoring its 2022 Women of Achievement. Angelina Perryman, Vice President of Administration for Perryman Building and Construction, Inc., was honored at this event.

Congratulations, Angelina, and thank you for all the work you do in the industry and the Philadelphia region!

From the Philadelphia Tribune:

The Philadelphia Tribune annually pays homage to African American leaders, movers and shakers and the most influential African Americans in the city through its signature programming and news stories. The Women of Achievement program has become a tradition and highly anticipated Philadelphia Tribune event, showcasing Black excellence.

“Those who contribute for better outcomes often go unrecognized,” said Robert W. Bogle, President and CEO of the Philadelphia Tribune, the oldest continuously published newspaper reflecting the African American experience in the country.

“The Philadelphia Tribune is once again pleased to recognize women who have made significant contributions not only to their respective organizations, but also to the communities for which they serve,” said Bogle.

The women who are being celebrated make up a group of distinguished leaders ranging from professionals in healthcare to education and media.

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About Angelina Perryman, Vice President of Administration, Perryman Building and Construction Services, Inc.

Angelina Perryman manages the administrative operations, including strategic planning for corporate growth, for Perryman Building and Construction Services, Inc., one of the leading, full-service construction companies on the East Coast.

She has overseen projects for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia South Philadelphia Family Health and Literacy Center, Merck Pharmaceuticals, and the 2016 Democratic National Convention. She was named one of Engineering News Record Magazine’s 2018 Top 20 under 40 Young Professionals in the Construction Industry.

She serves as Northeast Region Membership Chair of the National Association of Women in Construction and was co-chair of the 2020 Mentoring Young Women in Construction Camp. Ms. Perryman also serves on the Construction Financial Management Association Philadelphia Chapter’s Board of Directors and the Associate General Contractors of America’s national Construction Leadership Council Steering Committee.

Perryman encourages the growth of Philadelphia’s communities, serving as a speaker at the City of Philadelphia’s How to Make it in America Conference, the Women as Millennial Business Leaders for the Greater Northeast Chamber of Commerce, and various industry events about careers in construction.