November 2021
Women In Construction New Mexico
Mission Statement

“The purpose for which the association is organized is to promote common interests of its members through membership, networking, community outreach, training, and to advance and maintain an enlightened understanding of women in the construction industry.” 

November 19th
(Members Only Event)
Year End Party
El Pinto Restaurant


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Hello Members and Friends of WICNM,

As we are moving into our fourth year of existence, I am very excited about the future of Women in Construction New Mexico. In 2019, we started with an idea and a vision, and moving forward into 2022, we have that same vision with a growing membership, an enduring positive impact on our community, a place of belonging and fellowship, a solid foundation, a brief but successful history, and a clear and confident path forward.
Our Board of Directors and committee members are proud to represent and work for you to advance our mission and provide a positive member experience. I would like to thank all our members that serve on the board, a committee, or have participated in our meetings this year. WICNM is a 100% volunteer organization and that is where our strength flourishes. We always welcome your ideas and comments to continually improve the association. 
In the upcoming year, I encourage you to participate and attend meetings. I promise you will be welcomed and appreciated and meet some new friends. You can still register and attend our Annual Christmas Party on November 19th – Registration Ends on November 16th. We do not have any activities in December, but our first network meeting in January is scheduled for the 19th; this will also be a membership drive and I encourage you to bring a potential new member with you to this event.
I hope to see you at the Christmas Party on the 19th; if not, I wish you the happiest of holidays this upcoming season.

Jane Jernigan
“Give Back”

Congratulations to Our Board Member Angie Ruth on her beautiful, precious baby girl!
Constructing Cheer 2021!
(Members + Guest Only Event.)
Donating to Crossroads For Women
Click Here to access Crossroads for Women Amazon Wish List. If you would prefer to make a monetary donation you can visit this website.

*Donations can be made to Crossroads for Women whether you will be attending the Christmas Party Celebration or not. If you do attend the Christmas Party Celebration, bring the receipt showing your support and receive a raffle ticket for one of the many gift baskets.
WICNM is Membership Driven
Membership in WICNM is only $50 per year and leaves no doubt to its value and return on investment. As a member, you receive a membership discount on membership meetings, and are able to attend our networking events at no-charge. Just the networking events only are a $45 face value!

The real value of membership is not monetary though, it's about connecting and belonging to a group of women that understand and take pride in the industry of construction just like you. It's what we all have in common whether you're wearing a hard hat in the field or a suit to the office. If you have a hand in the construction industry, this is where you belong.

The WICNM Marketing and Membership Committee would like to invite you to join now! If you join now, you will receive your membership through December 2022! An even better value and you'll be able to attend our last event which is for members only - WICNM Christmas Party.

Why Join?
  • Belong to the only association in New Mexico specifically for Women in the construction industry
  • Support women in our industry
  • Networking evening events
  • Membership Meetings with relevant, informative, and interesting speakers
  • Monthly Newsletter highlighting our association, our members, women in the industry, events, and community support opportunities.
  • Committees - Planning, Marketing & Membership, Philanthropy
  • Opportunities to give to and help women in our community
  • It's FUN!

Meghan Sickmeier from Enterprise Builders, dropped off the donations we collected at the last Women in Construction's luncheon for "Crossroads for Women"
In the Construction World November 2021
2022 Engineering and Construction Industry Outlook
Preparing for another strong year
The engineering and construction industry has made a significant recovery from the 2020 recession, but it has also experienced multiple headwinds that are expected to persist. 2022 should be another rewarding—but challenging—year, and the industry looks to be poised to capture growth opportunities.

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