National Association for Women in Construction Chooses White Oak Construction’s Tricia Mosier as Vice President

WhiteOak-51-16Salem, OR (Sept. 29, 2014) –  The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) has  installed new officers, electing Tricia Mosier of White Oak Construction as Vice President.

Mosier’s involvement in NAWIC is significant. She served as President in 1994, preceded by Vice President and holding a seat on the Board. She recently served as Treasurer. She was recognized with the honor of WIC of the Year and attended a number of conventions on behalf of the organization. Some of her additional NAWIC activities include involvement in the Coast Retreat Committee, Appreciation Night Committee and attendance as APC Suquamish and Eugene, and AMEC Denver and Bellevue.

“Being part of NAWIC and the construction industry really fits my need for creativity and building something. I love the way the industry supports each other and creates opportunities for growth and education,” she said.


About White Oak Construction: Founded in 1997, White Oak has constructed hundreds of projects in the Willamette Valley. Fostering a true team atmosphere, WOC has established long-term relationships with clients, architects, engineers and subcontractors provides general contractor services, construction management, design build, budgeting, feasibility studies and consultant services for all types of commercial projects.