The National Association of Women in Construction promotes women's advancement and growth in the construction industry through education, support and community involvement.
Please explore our website to learn more about the Portland, Oregon chapter of NAWIC.
Our Core Purpose: To enhance the success of women in the construction industry.
Our Core Values: Believe in ourselves as women, persevere with the strength of our convictions, dare to more into new horizons
Benefits of NAWIC Membership: The development of initiative and leadership through an active participation in various endeavors of the Association, an occasion for fellowship with members who have similar interests, and an opportunity to keep abreast of the latest developments and research in the industry through civic projects.
We also feature industry Job Postings for our members and industry firms. Please check out the link
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Portland Monthly Chapter Meeting
Each month our chapter will feature: Guest Speakers in an effort to give back to our members professional growth in the A/E/C industry.
Topic: The Importance of Core Values
Guest speaker - David Andersen, from Andersen Construction
He enrolled at OSU in the Construction Engineering Management Program. After graduating in 1980 with a degree in business and a minor in CEM, he joined Andersen Construction, at that time a $55 million a year industrial / retail contractor.
In 1989, after becoming President, he expanded the business into new markets including healthcare, high-tech, and housing. Today, David leads a $350 million a year construction manager / general contracting / project management business working in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California, Alaska, and Colorado.
Please join us: All are welcome to attend.
When July 17, 2014 | 5:30-8:00pm
Where Elephant’s Delicatessen, 115 NW 22nd Ave, Portland
Cost NAWIC Member $35, Non-Member $40
Please RSVP Erin Holmes | [email protected]
by, Monday July 14 - Look for Calendar Announcement
Please note: If you RSVP yes and cancel after the 14th or are a
no-show, you will be invoiced.