On Wednesday 19 February the NSW Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) hosted its first networking event for 2014, the annual Back to Work networking cocktail event.
February 25th, 2014
The sold out event was an enjoyable way for guests to reacquaint with existing contacts whilst meeting new ones. With a panoramic view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge forming the backdrop, Sarah Hogan, the newly appointed President of NAWIC’s NSW Chapter, welcomed guests and provided a rundown of what is happening for NAWIC in for the year ahead. Representing the event’s sponsor, Gavin White, ANZ Regional Director of WSP expressed his organisation’s support for NAWIC’s activities.
To stay informed about NAWIC’s popular calendar of networking events, awards, site tours and other initiatives visit: nawic.com.au
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