The Chapter Development Committee was established in 2020 to provide support for
chartering chapters and target cities for chapter expansion. Since then, our work has expanded to include assisting struggling chapters. We assist these chapters with building strong leadership, communication and programs that provide value for our members. Our committee acts as the liaison that connects chapters to the marketing, professional development and training resources that it needs. A functional aspect of the committee is providing specific chapter leadership training to assist with leading chapters to success. Are you looking to further your knowledge of running your chapter, running more efficiently and/or new ways to lead? If you are interested in participating in this program, complete this Chapter Leadership Training Request Form and return it to Anne Pfleger (email@example.com) and Karen Hager (firstname.lastname@example.org). Here in the US, we are currently engaging women in construction in Vermont, Wisconsin and Colorado who have expressed interest in starting chapters in these areas. Thank you to members like Jodi Wiemerslage, Ally Jencson and Gloria Cook who have stepped up to lead the efforts in organizing meetings to introduce these potential members to NAWIC. The news about who we are and the effect that we are having on our unique industry is definitely spreading, as we have received inquiries to help establish chapters in the Caribbean and as far as India. We are incredibly happy to be part of the tribe of women who are accomplishing our purpose to strengthen and amplify the success of women in the construction industry and look forward to serving each of you this year.
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