Blog Entries

Breaking down the pay gap between construction women and men

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Female builders who have a built a name for themselves in the industry

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5 podcasts for female construction workers to listen to today

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Creating a space for women construction workers: Meet NAWIC's newest Chapter Presidents

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Connecting with construction women all over the world: NAWIC's International Affiliates

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How NAWIC is working to reach the next generation of female leaders in construction

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What construction women should take away from this year's Construction Safety Week

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Construction jobs that need more female construction workers

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Five Female Construction Company CEO's show what's possible

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NAWIC's 2021 Annual Conference is an event designed for women in construction by women in construction

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Chartering New Chapters: How NAWIC is witnessing the growing power of construction women

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WIC Week

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Programs, Initiatives, and Schools that Support Women in Construction

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WIC Week 2021: Celebrating Community with Construction Women

The National Association of Women in Construction has a rich history of lifting up construction women and supporting their place within the industry Read More.

Famous Projects Led by Construction Women

Although it's true that construction women currently only make up just under 10% of the construction industry job force, that doesn't mean their presence hasn't been felt within some monumental construction projects. Read More.

What President Anne Pfleger predicts for NAWIC, the construction industry, and construction women in 2021

It's a new year for the National Association of Women in Construction. Looking ahead, many members within NAWIC are feeling optimistic about what 2021 will be like for the construction industry as the entire world seeks a glimpse of a post-COVID future. Read More.

How members of the National Association of Women in Construction are giving back this holiday season

The National Association of Women in Construction was built on the notion of supporting others. And now that the association has grown to serve women in construction in over 115 chapters, NAWIC is able to provide support to their local community members all across the country. Read More.

Five Publications Construction Women Should be Reading

Keeping up with the latest news in their respective industries is something all successful leaders do. And when it comes to the construction industry, there are plenty of great publications to choose from. Read More.

Women in Construction Paving the Way

Construction can be sometimes pegged as a singular industry to those on the outside. But in reality, the term "construction" refers to many different trades, skills, and projects that span multiple sectors. Read More.

The history of the National Association of Women in Construction

Many construction women feel there is still a long way to go for equal rights and representation within the construction industry. However, the opportunities women have within the industry now would not be possible without the historic actions of the construction women who came before them. Read More.

Trailblazers: The first construction women to make an impact in their industry

Many construction women feel there is still a long way to go for equal rights and representation within the construction industry. However, the opportunities women have within the industry now would not be possible without the historic actions of the construction women who came before them. Read More.

Current female leaders in construction making a wave in the industry

Women are a growing force within the construction industry. And to prove it, these female leaders in construction are making a name for themselves and a place for women within the male-dominated field. Read More.

How safety gear has changed for women construction workers

Proper protective gear is critical - and mandatory - for anyone working on a construction site or in specific trades. Over the years, there have been many improvements in quality and effectiveness of protective gear to ensure the safety of all involved on a jobsite. Read More.

How NAWIC helps women in construction advance their careers

Through a membership with the National Association of Women in Construction, female construction workers gain access to more than just a support system from peers. Read More.


Best Person for the Job

Best Person For The Job: Kizzy Ferrer, CIT, CDT

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Best Person For The Job: Karli Meisinger

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Best Person For The Job: Jeanette Alston-Watkins

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Best Person For The Job: Ashley L. Taylor, CIT

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Best Person For The Job: Janet Bates

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Best Person For The Job: Marissa Bankert

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Best Person For The Job: Elizabeth Torrez

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Best Person For The Job: Corie Spankowski

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Best Person For The Job: Heather Logan

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Best Person For The Job: Angela Robbins Taylor

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Best Person For The Job: Mac Woods

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Best Person For The Job: Susan McCants

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Best Person For The Job: Shawna Alvarado

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Best Person For The Job: Margie Putman

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Best Person For The Job: Andrea Ward

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Best Person For The Job: Lori Dunn-Guion

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Best Person For The Job: Charris Sonne-Phinney

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Best Person For The Job: Asia Bautista

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Best Person For The Job: Angelina Perryman

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