Three Electrical Connection Members Named “Top Women in Construction” by St. Louis Construction News & Review

ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Construction News & Review (CNR) is honoring 20 women in its inaugural “Top Women in Construction” including three members of the Electrical Connection.  The 51-year-old publication is saluting Aschinger Electric President Emily Martin, Pearl Street Electric President Megan D’Angelo and IBEW/NECA Electrical Industry Training Center Assistant Director Dr. Linda Little.


In addition to leading Aschinger Electric, Martin also serves as governor of the St. Louis Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) of which her firm is a member. D’Angelo rose from the ranks of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1 to lead Pearl Street.  Both Aschinger and Pearl Street are IBEW signatory contractors.  Dr. Little has a more than 20-year legacy guiding electrical safety nationally and teaching apprentices at the training center, which is operated by IBEW/NECA.  IBEW/NECA partner to form the Electrical Connection.  

In honoring the Electrical Connection members and all the award winners, St. Louis CNR noted “As community leaders and industry pioneers in their own right, each of these women – as determined by a cadre of their peers and colleagues – exemplifies excellence, a hard work ethic, dynamic leadership, creativity, vision, and generosity of time and service to build and encourage future female leaders and help clear a pathway for more women to excel in a traditionally male-dominated industry.”



Members of the Electrical Connection provide safe and reliable electrical construction, maintenance, repair and replacement services across Missouri, the nation and the world.  For more information visit