NAWIC and its members are often interviewed by various media outlets. Please contact us should you have any media / public relations enquiries.
14 December 2020
Last week NAWIC was featured on Girledworld.com – an award-winning education technology company transforming enterprise and career education to catalyse the next Gen of female leaders, entrepreneurs and STEM champions.
Ipswich City Council has recently won an exemption under the Anti-Discrimination
Act 1991 (QLD) to enable it to target women to fill more of its truck driving positions
and in turn, help reduce the gender gap. NAWIC both celebrates and
congratulates the Council on this move, particularly as it is within a traditionally
male-dominated industry – similar to construction.
7 December 2020
The Key results from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s (WGEA) 2019-20 reporting data are in, with mixed results for the construction industry.
1 December 2020
Following last week’s AGM, the National Association of Women in Construction
(NAWIC) is pleased to welcome three new directors, Joanne Farrell (ACT), Hayley
Gilmour (QLD) and Kylie Judd (WA) to the National Board.
27 November 2020
Each year the NAWIC IWD scholarship awards $20,000 to a woman focused on contributing towards the enhancement of women’s careers in the construction industry.
6 April 2020
NAWIC is delighted to announce the 2020 International Women’s Day (IWD) Scholarship was recently awarded to Sarah Lawlor, Registered Senior Architect at fjmt studio.
NAWIC is pleased to wlecome Kristine Scheul to the position of National Chair and Alison Price to the position of Vice Chair.
Ladies, did you know there are loads of high-paying job opportunities in one of Australia’s largest industries? With an average salary of $109,325
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NAWIC is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors: Rebecca Dickson, Fiona Doherty and Alison Price.
While women are still under-represented in property and construction, Canberra women are making great inroads into the industry....
On Thursday 29 June, the National Association of Women in Construction (ACT) launched its ‘CEO Shadow Program’ representing a unique opportunity for aspiring female leaders to learn...
Our National Chair, Helen Badger discusses gender diversity in the Construction Industry.