Tell us a little bit about your career and current position.
I started as a file clerk at 18 for a local General Contractor here in Nashville. I worked my way up to AP/AR Mgr and finally Accounting Manager in the 9 years I was with them. I then worked for a cabinet company as their Controller for two years. I accepted a job with my current employer as their Controller and have been with them 14 years as of November 7, 2020.
How long have you been a NAWIC member, and how did you learn about NAWIC?
I have been a member for 7 years since 2013. I learn about NAWIC from a current member at the time and she invited me to the first meeting.
How has NAWIC helped you in your career?
NAWIC has helped me to learn to be a leader. It has helped me to be better speak in groups. It has taught me how I have to be organized to get ahead. I have been a speaker and have been given more operation duties at my company as a result.
What is the best part about being a NAWIC member?
Where to start? The sisterhood first! The diversity of women all across the country. The second is the PD & E. Whether you at Fall Conference, Spring Forum, or National Convention. The speakers and keynotes are great learning tools.
Why do you consider NAWIC to be a great organization?
Because it truly focuses on Women in the construction industry. I am an ABC, CFMA, and NAWIC member. I feel I get more out of NAWIC then I do any other association.
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