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The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities. We are “THE VOICE OF BLACK WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION”.

On-Demand Episodes

Dive into the world of business funding and credit with Maria Parker, an expert with a wealth of experience, on this episode of NABWICTalks. Maria offers not just conventional credit repair but innovative strategies to improve credit... more

Eileen Frank's journey in the insurance industry began unexpectedly during her time as a student at Dillard University in New Orleans. Despite her initial lack of knowledge about insurance, Eileen's determination led her to a life-changing... more

Hosts Jada Williams and Ersula Odom talk with Brady Nepple, Executive Director, TEAMFL. Brady has worked for TEAMFL since 2016. Helping to revitalize the organization by doubling membership and adding programs to improve RIO for... more

In our upcoming episode, we are thrilled to host a trailblazer in the drone technology industry, Steffanie Rivers. We will dive into Steffanie's unique journey in the drone industry, discuss her innovative work at TCB Drones, LLC,... more

NABWIC repeats this popular episode with Ralph Cleveland, the esteemed President and CEO of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) since March 2022. Ralph also serves as Senior Managing Director and CEO of... more

On this episode of NABWIC Talks, we converse with Ralph Cleveland, the esteemed President and CEO of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) since March 2022. Ralph also serves as Senior Managing Director and... more

Join us for a special episode of the Wednesday morning podcast as we bring you an inspiring segment from the recent National Association of Black Women in Construction's (NABWIC) Billion Dollar Luncheon event. In this captivating... more

From entering the esteemed HBCU, Florida A & M University, at just sixteen to pioneering the tire and green energy sectors, Tina White's journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. Starting her career with Xerox and quickly... more

Tina Maria White, a prodigious talent from the outset, entered the renowned HBCU, Florida A & M University, at just 16, eventually securing a B.S. degree in print journalism before diving into a commendable career that began with a... more

Eileen Frank's journey in the insurance industry began unexpectedly during her time as a student at Dillard University in New Orleans. Despite her initial lack of knowledge about insurance, Eileen's determination led her to a life-changing... more

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