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With every membership, NABWIC will be able to empower itself and provide each member services that will build lasting strategic partnerships with organizations and individuals committed to providing inventive and transformative solutions for black women and their respective communities. NABWIC exist to provide advocacy, mentorship, and professional development for its members. Each member of NABWIC has the opportunity to extend those services to all black women in construction. As a member, you and/or your company will be part of a networking force with national industry speakers motivated to change the industry. Thank you for your interest and welcome to NABWIC.
The Voice of Black Women in Construction and Architect of Jobs and Builder of Sustainable Communities
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May 23, 2013
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NABWIC Talks Radio - Guest Joanne Jackson
Ms. Jackson is presently the Minority/Small Business Enterprise Coordinator for Anne Arundel County, Md. She earned a degree in business administration from Howard University; and a Masters degree in urban regional planning from the University of Pittsburgh/School of Public & International Affairs.
MS. Jackson has provided technical assistance to local governments and community-based organizations while working as an urban planner for the State of New York and Arlington County, Va. Ms Jackson worked for CPA firms and private economic development consultants in Washington, DC.
Industry Day 2013
On behalf of the Transportation and Technology Academy (TransTech), in collaboration with the Academy of Construction and Design, of Cardozo Senior High School, we invite you to participate in our 2013 Industry Day. The event will provide a platform for industry professionals to share with students the opportunities available in various career fields of transportation, aviation, construction, and engineering. Industry Day differs from a traditional career fair by offering information through small seminars with dialogue exchange, rather than by exhibits or booths. The event is hosted by the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) and Lockheed Martin in collaboration with the TransTech Academy Partners Consortium. Industry Day will be held on May 23, 2013, from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at Cardozo Senior High School. <<Learn More>>