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The National Association of Women in Construction is a not- for-profit organization which promotes women's advancement and growth in the construction industry through education, support and community involvement. Please explore our website to lean more about the Eugene, Oregon chapter of NAWIC.

Upcoming Event - Region 9 Forum 2014


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Contact Information
NAWIC Eugene Chapter #77
Mailing address: PO Box 1765, Eugene, OR 97440
Email: nawic.eugene77@gmail. com



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Officers 2013-2014

Eugene Chapter #77 Officers & Directors for 2013-2014:

President - Robin Langkamp, CIT
Vice-President: Ellie Cooper
Secretary: Janet Sriggs,P.E., LEED AP
Treasurer: Cary Kuvaas
Board of Directors: Sandee Gerber, Sarah Johnstun, Karen Jones




NAWIC ~ MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Our next meeting is May 14h and our speaker will be Frances Brindle, ODOT Area 5 Manager. Her presentation is on the I-5 Beltline interchange project. Be sure to add this meeting to your calendar as it will an interesting and informative talk.

Guests are always invited to join us. For more information and to RSVP please click on "NAWIC Monthly Meeting" below.

Date: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Time: 5:30 pm
Location: Holiday Inn, 919 Kruse Way, Springfield

For More Information see "Upcoming Events"

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Upcoming Events
DATE EVENT LOCATION
4/16/14 NAWIC Casual Lunch Lee's Mongolian Grill, 1820 Olympic St, Spfg
5/14/14 NAWIC Monthly Meeting Holiday Inn, 919 Kruse Way, Spfg
05/16/14 - 05/17/14 2014 Region 9 Forum McMenamins Edgefield, Troutdale, OR
5/21/14 NAWIC Casual Lunch Chili's Grill & Bar, Valley River Center, Eugene
Mentorship Program

See all events

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About NAWIC

NAWIC  The National Association of Women in Construction

The National Association of Women in Construction was established in 1955 in Fort Worth, Texas. NAWIC originally began as women in construction of Fort Worth. It was founded in 1953 by 16 women working in the construction industry. Knowing that women represented only a small fraction of the construction industry, the founders organized NAWIC to create a support network that was strongly supported by their bosses and male counterparts. It was so successful that it gained national status a mere two years later.

Currently NAWIC has a membership of approximately 4,500 with close to 167 chapters in almost every U.S. State with International affiliation agreements with CAWIC-Canada, NAWIC-Australia, NAWIC-New Zealand, NAWIC-United Kingdom, and most recently South African Women in Construction (SAWIC). Since its national charter in 1955, NAWIC has advanced the causes of all women in construction whose careers range from the skilled trades to business ownership.






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