Ørsted CEO David Hardy and JINGOLI CEO Joe Jingoli Meet with Atlantic City L.I.T. Students to Discuss Plans to Convert an Empty Shipping Container into an Offshore Wind Information Center

Ørsted Offshore North American CEO David Hardy and JINGOLI CEO Joseph R. Jingoli, Jr. recently met with students and leaders from the Atlantic City-based L.I.T (Leaders in Training) program to discuss plans for converting an empty shipping container, primed and painted by the Atlantic City Arts Foundation, into an offshore wind information center. Ørsted, in conjunction with the Casino Reinvestment and Development Authority (CRDA) and JINGOLI, will host a program where L.I.T. students will participate in a 12-week, JINGOLI Competitive Edge, “Live Classroom” training course on offshore wind and construction-related topics. Following the training course, students will apply what they learned to transform an empty shipping container into an informational center.

Also in attendance were: Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small, Sr.; Councilman Kaleem Shabazz; Sean Pattwell, Executive Director, CRDA; and Joyce Hagen, Executive Director, Atlantic City Arts Foundation.