Jo-‘Anthion Harris and Hannah Iezzoni receive ADSC awards at the recent annual meeting.
Jo-’Anthion Harris receives a 2023 ADSC President’s Award.
HSEQ Coordinator Jo-‘Anthion Harris started at Keller in 2018. With a dedication to safety and the inclusion of women in construction, Jo partnered with ADSC and Radians to manufacture safety vests for women, better fitting to women’s bodies and featuring a discreet hygiene pocket, among other ADSC safety involvement. Within Keller, Jo serves on the Keller Women in Construction Steering Committee. Jo holds a BS in environmental technology and management from North Carolina State University and a MS in occupational health and safety management from Murray State University.
Design Engineer Hannah Iezzoni receives the 2023 ADSC Bill Maher Scholarship.
Hannah Iezzoni has ten years of industry experience in designing and constructing deep foundations, ground improvement, grouting, dam infrastructure, and earth retention projects. She is an active member of numerous industry groups and Keller’s internal Micropile and Anchor Product Team. She graduated from Northwestern University with a BS in civil engineering and an MS in civil engineering from the University of Colorado.
She received the one-time award of $2,000 to support her Ph.D. program at Villanova University, where she is pursuing a PhD in Civil Engineering studying the seismic behavior of rigid inclusions.
The Bill Maher Scholarship was formed in honor of the late William F. Maher, serving ADSC on the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and as President. He was also President of the legacy Keller company McKinney Drilling before his passing in 2017.