Amerex earned top recognition for Outstanding National Firm-Medium at the EWI annual conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico on September 17th. EWI is an organization of women that focus on careers, connections and communities to promote personal and professional development and encourage community involvement. Amerex has been an active member of EWI since 2007.

Amerex representatives include, Linda Cordor, as EWI President in 2012, Gidget Yeager as 2020-2022 Program Director and Jacy Whitaker incoming Ways & Means Director for 2021-2022. Amerex’s philanthropy reaches many corners of the Birmingham/Trussville community with contributions ranging from fire extinguisher donations to local fire departments, monetary donations to non-profits, backpacks and school supplies for the Girls & Boys Club, to a reading rally and books for a local school.

“The women leaders at Amerex have a great impact on our business, industry and community,” said Harrison Bishop, Executive Vice President of the McWane Fabricated Metals Group and President of Amerex. “Our shared values with EWI makes our involvement with the organization a natural fit and we are honored to receive this national recognition.”