DEVELOPING A LEADERSHIP MINDSET. The National Association of Women in Construction believes education is a key a component in developing a strong and educated workforce, providing a benefit for both the employer and the employee.
DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE Tammy Rico - NAWIC Midwest Region Director 2022-2024
National President Mitchell has highlighted the unique journey that we all take in building this amazing industry and organization in this year's theme, "Many Paths, One Mission". I am quite pleased with how, we as an National Organization, the Midwest Region, and as Chapters embrace this. We are the NAWIC Midwest Region, and will continue to become better leaders, better communicators, and better partners in each others success. I continue to look forward to where this adventure will take us; every day is a new chapter for us all as we write the stories of our lives. I thank you for sharing this NAWIC journey with me.
Today women make up less than 10% of the construction workforce, raising the question, "Can women do that?" The truth is, WE CAN. There are many roles throughout the construction industry that are ready for women and want women to get involved.
For over 65 years the National Association of Women In Construction has helped to educate and support women pursuing a career in the field of construction. We help women build connections and take advantage of the opportunities the construction industry has to offer.
Yes you can build your career as a woman in construction, join us!