Our committed group of talented women make a number of annual events possible! Put your talent to work while building great relationships.

14 COMMITTEEs  |  5 + Annual events


Responsible for devising ways to increase and maintain membership

Purpose to promote programs and projects to educate and inform members for their professional development and to gain industry knowledge.

Responsible for raising funds to meet Chapter’s annual budget.

Purpose is to let community know about activities of Austin NAWIC chapter through advertising, written articles, press releases, email correspondence, evites, office visits and social media sites.

Purpose is to participate in activities to give back to the community. We generally strive for 1 event per quarter.

Purpose is to recognize and participate in national women in Construction week.  Daily activities are planned such as jobsite tours, take a student to work day, happy hours, blood drives, community activities, etc.


Provide safety and health information to members, their companies, and construction industry.  Provides written report for NAWIC publications and annual meetings.  Present safety tip each meeting and circulate safety information to members. Review and recommend NAWIC Safety & Excellence Chapter Level Award Winner. 

Purpose is to audit chapter financial records and verify correctness.

Purpose is to be a resource to local secondary education programs. 

Responsible for promoting NAWIC Education Foundation programs.  Block Kids Building Contest is a program developed by NEF and sponsored by local NAWIC chapters.  Purpose is to introduce student grades 1-6 to the construction activity in a positive and challenging way.  The program is a one-day contest. 

Purpose is to raise funds for our Chapters local scholarships. 

Purpose is to award local construction student funds to supplement their education.

Purpose is to raise funds for our Chapters local scholarships. 

Purpose is of the camp to introduce female students to opportunities in the field of construction. This camp is free to attendees and will teach them basic elements of various construction trades with lots of hands on experiences.  Opportunities include soliciting sponsorships, curriculum, outreach for participants and speakers, organizing volunteers, organizing meals and much more. 

If you have any questions about the purpose, duration, duties and/or responsibilities of these committees, please contact:

Marci Kincheloe

Committee Coordinator  


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Committee roles are a 1-year commitment starting each October until the following September.