The VICA Team has grown: Say hello to Nathania Swasisa
Nathania Swasisa (Nat) has joined the Vancouver Island Construction Association team as a part-time administrative assistant and part-time communication assistant and will be working with us for a year (hopefully longer!). She has been sitting up front in the Victoria office for almost a month now, so you may or may not have been introduced already. If you haven't, please say hello! Soon, she will be the one signing your complimentary statutory declarations!
Nathania is in her fourth year at Camosun College in the Bachelors of Business and Administration program, with a Marketing Major. She enjoys marketing and communications because of the creativity involved and is excited to support the multi-faceted construction industry through her work at VICA. On a personal note, she enjoys attending music festivals and concerts. Funny, so do a few VICA staff members....
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