About Us

 
We celebrate women | We are bold & brave | We care & connect | We advocate for change

We help women be who they want to be in construction

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is an Australian, not-for-profit organisation formed in 1995.

NAWIC is led by a team of passionate volunteers who all strive to help champion and empower women in the construction and related industries to reach their full potential. With Chapters in every state and territory, we are also part of a global network of NAWIC organisations, including those in the United States, New Zealand and Canada.

NAWIC provides a forum for its members to meet and exchange information, ideas and solutions. We also offer our members an opportunity to expand personal and business networks, maintain awareness of industry developments, improve skills and knowledge and make a contribution to other women in the construction industry.

Our Vision (Where We Are Heading)

An equitable construction industry where women fully participate.

Our Mission (How We Do It) 

To achieve 25% minimum female participation across all of the construction industry by 2025. 

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What Do We Do

 

Advocacy and lobbying for change.

With our combined experience, our Advocacy team will be leading change across government and industry. We will be the ‘go to’ voice for comment around women in construction.

Education for individuals, companies and industry as a whole.

We focus on education at all levels, supporting robust initiatives designed to foster success, create future leaders and role models and empower our industry associates to make informed decisions

 

Connection, Celebration and Support for all women in construction through our membership Community.

The presence of energetic and vocal NAWIC Chapters in every State and Territory delivers networking opportunities, individual support, recognition and a lifelong community for women on a personal level that is safe, supportive and welcoming right
throughout Australia.

 

View our strategic plan