Roslyn Croft, Inclusion & Diversity Manager, Tarlton Corporation

Roslyn Croft serves as Inclusion & Diversity Manager for Tarlton Corporation, where she has been employed since 2009. In this role, she is the point person for the St. Louis-based general contractor/construction manager’s internal and external diversity efforts. She is actively engaged in outreach and planning to not only increase inclusion on Tarlton projects but also to educate and assist the company with all aspects of diversity and inclusion. Roslyn leads the company’s Diversity Committee, which comprises office and field personnel focused on creating a more inclusive workplace, reviewing jobsite policies, increasing Tarlton’s diverse spend, and influencing the company culture.

Roslyn was honored as a 2022 Most Influential Business Women and 2021 Champion of Diversity and Inclusion by the St. Louis Business Journal. In 2018, Roslyn was selected as the MOKAN Construction Industry Leader of the Year for her work in diversity. Her career in the construction industry began in 1999 as Marketing and Corporate Services Manager with Mosley Construction. In support of diversity in the industry, she is active in PEOPLE, the St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers Diversity Committee, and the Associated General Contractors of Missouri Diversity Committee along with the AGC’s Education Foundation and Scholarship Committee. Roslyn earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Kansas.

Roslyn just ended her term as president of the North Webster Neighborhood Coalition, serves on the Advisory Council of the Alliance for Interracial Dignity, and is a member of the St. Louis Public Schools Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee. She has served on the Board of Directors of Kirk Care, MOWIT, Sprog Inc., and the Beck Foundation. She is also an active member of Harrison Avenue Missionary Baptist Church.

Roslyn and her husband Jeffery Croft recently have been married for 34 years and have lived in Webster Groves since 1991. They enjoy spending time with their three daughters, Tavanna, Kyla, and Myia, and grandchildren.