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President's Message

Did you notice the absence of an April Newsletter? That's because there wasn't one (smiley face). There are moments when our capacity is stretched, and we must decide what to do, or not do, to maintain our sanity. March was busy with WIC WEEK and running a business then in the blink of an eye, April was here and filled with the Southeast Forum and running a business. I was at my max capacity to say the least. The newsletter was set aside for my mental health. This is leading up to remind you that May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Construction can be a demanding industry regardless of the sector you're in. This month take the opportunity to assess your mental health and consider how to maintain it.

Check out this site for a quick test: https://screening.mhanational.org/screening-tools/

If you're struggling and need help, you can find resources below, or reach out to a friend, colleague, or even me. Mental health is just as important as physical health. For immediate help, contact the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline by calling or texting 988 or using the chat box at 988lifeline.org/chat

Thank you for being a member and supporting women throughout the construction industry. Our chapter has exciting events coming up, as outlined below and I look forward to seeing you at one of our next meetings.


Tiffany Wondrow 


Nashville #16 2023-2024



May 9th / 11:15pm - 12:30pm
Menstruation Frustration/Period Poverty 

Rogers Group Inc. 
421 Great Circle Road, Nashville, TN 37228

May 16th /  5:30pm - 7:30pm 

The Most Challenging Person To Lead

ServPro of Downtown Nashville

2322 Clifton Ave, Nashville, TN 37209

June 13th / 8:15am-9:30am
CPR Class & Voting!

Rogers Group Inc. 
421 Great Circle Road, Nashville, TN 37228

July 11th/ 11:15 am-12:30pm
State of Construction

Rogers Group Inc. 
421 Great Circle Road, Nashville, TN 37228

August 14th-17th

NAWIC National Conference 


Construction Safety Week May 6th - 10th 

Construction Safety Week is an annual event that focuses on raising awareness about the importance of safety in the construction industry. It is a time when the construction industry comes together to recognize the importance of safe working practices and to promote best practices for maintaining a safe work environment.

The first Construction Safety Week was founded in 2014 by a group of construction industry leaders who recognized the need for increased focus on safety in the industry. This group included representatives from major construction companies, trade organizations, and industry associations. They saw the need for a dedicated event to bring attention to the importance of safety in the construction industry and to provide a platform for companies to share best practices and learn from each other.

The event was started with the aim of reducing the number of accidents and injuries that occur on construction sites. Construction is a high-risk industry, with a wide range of hazards present on every job site. The goal of Construction Safety Week is to raise awareness about these hazards and to promote safe working practices that can help prevent accidents and injuries.

Since its inception, Construction Safety Week has grown into a major event in the construction industry. Companies of all sizes, from small contractors to large multinational corporations, participate in the event. Activities during the week include safety training sessions, workshops, and seminars. There are also demonstrations of new safety equipment and technology, as well as recognition events to celebrate companies and individuals who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to safety.


Email NAWIC Nashville if you would like for us to advertise a job opening. 

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P.O. Box 22246
Nashville, TN 37202

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