Hubacz takes over as NSSGA chairwoman

By |  March 30, 2022


Karen Hubacz, president and CEO of Bond Construction Corp., was named chairwoman of the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) on Wednesday during the organization’s Annual Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

Hubacz, who takes over following the two-year chairmanship of Rogers Group’s Darin Matson, is the first chairwoman in the history of NSSGA.

“Under Darin Matson’s leadership, with an additional year served, our industry has adapted to succeed during the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Mike Johnson, president and CEO of NSSGA. “I know that Karen will take the reins and continue to guide the association to even bigger heights. Her unique perspective will be essential, as we look to expand upon our strategic membership vision and ensure we are meeting the needs of all sizes of producers.”

Hubacz, who recently shared her vision for the year ahead in an exclusive interview with P&Q, looks forward to the next 12 months.

“It wasn’t until I joined NSSGA 14 years ago that I realized I wasn’t alone,” she says. “That there were resources to help me navigate this industry, and that I could be a resource to others – particularly women. There are so many small aggregates companies out there who don’t even realize what they’re missing by not being a [NSSGA] member. I want them to see both the benefits of being part of our association and what they can accomplish by joining with us. It’s clear through the success of the past year that we’re truly stronger together.”

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