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NABWIC, black women in construction, contractors, women, business, chapters
NABWIC is a Florida-based, non-profit organization, formed in 1991 to address the unique challenges of black women in the construction industry. It's mission is to champion and empower black women in construction and related industries to reach their full potential as entrepreneurs, small business owners, government professionals and industry leaders who represent "THE VOICE OF BLACK WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION".
NABWIC operates under the leadership and direction of it's founder, Mrs. Ann McNeill, and is governed by a national board of directors comprised of women and men small business owners who actively engage in various construction trades and industries.
With multiple chapters and areas throughout the country, NABWIC provides a forum for its members to network, strategize and exchange information, ideas and solutions on a local, regional and national level. We currently have membership representation in key geographical areas including Florida, Georgia, New York, Michigan, Maryland, Virginia, Memphis, Texas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Alabama, California and Washington DC.
NABWIC offers 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. On a national level NABWIC provides opportunities for its membership to come together around three national events. These are:
NABWIC offers 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.
Featured Member: Detroit Chapter Member Tylene Henry
Featured member is new NABWIC board member Tylene Henry MBA, Financial Representative. An entrepreneur, powerful change agent, and staunch advocate for socioeconomic parity, Tylene believes that her faith, character, and mindset of abundance have been the foundation of her continued success. Tylene has been referred to as the "follow up queen" as a result of her "3 P's" professional, patience, and persistence in developing relationships and access to resources necessary to create positive impact on the communities she serves. Tylene is president of NABWIC's Detroit Chapter and also leads NABWIC's Sponsorship Committee.
Learn more and contact Tylene Henry: C: 248.980.5498 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W:www.tylenehenry.com
Listen to interview with Tylene Henry on "NABWIC Talks" Radio