The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) has appointed Kristine Scheul to the position of national chair and Alison Price to the position of vice chair.
Scheul joined NAWIC in 2007 and was instrumental in helping to establish the NAWIC ACT Chapter where she served as president for over two years.
She brings extensive experience in the construction industry having been the construction partner at Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers for several years prior to joining Thiess and is currently the head of the Legal and Contracts team with Transport Canberra City Services where she started as the project lawyer for the Light Rail Project in Canberra.
Prior to being elected to the NAWIC Board last year, Price held the position of NAWIC Queensland chapter president for three years.
During her time as president of the Queensland Chapter, Alison helped set up the ‘Women on Tools’ Committee and finalised the establishment of the Northern Territory as a standalone chapter of NAWIC.
Alongside her work with NAWIC, Price also sits on the board of the Waste Recycling Industry Queensland (WRIQ), and is the founder and managing director of her own mobile recycling, soil amelioration and remediation business, SoilCyclers.
Caption: NAWIC has appointed Kristine Scheul (right) to the position of national chair and Alison Price (left) to the position of vice chair.