The Sacramento Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction has voted in its new board of directors, paving the way for women in the construction industry. As the construction industry's labor shortage intensifies, the number of women stepping into the industry has reached an all-time high. The number of women working in U.S. construction hit 1 [...]
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Meet Future Leader of The Year- Maria Patchin, Project Quality Manager at Swinerton and NAWIC Sacramento Member Maria is an accomplished Quality Assurance Engineer and Construction Quality Control Manager who uses her energy to encourage others to contribute to the construction industry as well as collaborate. Maria has contributed to NAWIC at national, regional and chapter level [...]
“For 60 years NAWIC Sacramento has enhanced careers for women working within the construction industry,” says Agata Krasniewska, President of NAWIC Sacramento, DOME Construction. “Working with industry professionals made me recognize the value of building your own network and the importance of positive relationships. NAWIC helped me grow as a professional and gave me an opportunity to be [...]
NAWIC Sacramento Participates in Women in Construction Fall Conference Hosted by CIEF and SRBX NAWIC Sacramento members represented the organization during two breakout sessions. Sacramento Chapter President-Elect Karen Conrod of Herrero Builders opened the conference. “Sacramento is currently one of the hottest construction markets in the United States. Women make up 51 percent of our population but [...]
Are you a woman in the construction industry? Whether you are new on the job, or an industry veteran — most of us have had a look around and noticed women make up a small percentage of our workforce. The numbers don’t lie. That can feel lonely, competitive, and sometimes uncertain. But you are not alone. [...]
NAWIC Sacramento receives national recognition furthering the NAWIC mission of amplifying the success of women in the construction industry.
The Sacramento chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction was recognized at the national level for exemplary contributions and communications efforts during the 2021 Women In Construction Week, as well as individual member recognition as Emerging Professionals to watch in the construction industry. The announcements were made during the annual NAWIC National Conference in August. [...]
Lindsey Rowe Parker- NAWIC Sacramento Member Receives a Marketing Star Award within the Pacific Northwest Region.
Lindsey Rowe Parker- NAWIC Sacramento Member Receives a Marketing Star Award within the Pacific Northwest Region. With 15 years of experience representing top-tier global brands in marketing communications, Lindsey has a unique yet broad set of skills in this space. From extensive experience in client relations, public relations & communications, digital marketing, celebrity activations to ensuring cohesive [...]
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) celebrated Women in Construction (WIC) Week March 7-13, 2021. NAWIC’s mission is to enhance the success of women in the construction industry. The focus of WIC Week is to highlight women as a visible component of the construction industry. It is also a time for local chapters to give [...]
Dear NAWIC members, We are troubled by the recent rise in hate crimes against our Asian American and Pacific Islander neighbors. Since the National Association of Women in Construction began, it has stood for those who are underrepresented, unheard and discriminated against. It is our duty and responsibility to continue to do so and speak up for [...]
"For almost 60 years NAWIC Sacramento has enhanced careers for women working within the Construction industry in the Sacramento region. At one point in time, our chapter was one of the largest chapters in the entire US." says Agata Krasniewska, President of NAWIC Sacramento. "I became inspired and started to participate in rebuilding NAWIC Sacramento Chapter after [...]