Nancy Munro

Executive Manager, MidMountain Contractors, Inc.

Originally from Texas, Nancy Munro has lived in Washington since her junior-high school days. Personifying the long-standing family saying of “you can take the Texan out of Texas, but you can’t take the Texas out of a Texan,” Nancy is described by many who’ve worked with her as a tenacious and determined facilitator with clear resolve and fortitude.

Her 28-years in the construction industry has been with MidMountain Contractors, Inc. a heavy civil general contractor located in Kirkland WA, which began as a startup dubbed Volker Steven Pacific. Nancy has seen virtually every rung of the ladder, beginning as an administrative assistant, moving to office manager, then contract administrator and now executive manager. As Executive Manager reporting to the President, she leads the contract administration department and co-manages the Safety Department. Her extensive knowledge of contracts, project controls and accounting as well as a comprehensive understanding of regulatory federal, state, county and city contract-compliance specifications is second to none. Her deep knowledge of equal opportunity and Small/WMBE/Disadvantaged Business outreach has led her to serving as the company EEO Officer where she established and oversees the company’s mentor protégé program.

Nancy has been an active and engaged industry advocate, serving on numerous public agency forums, committees and community organizations. She has also served on the Seattle Vocational Institute Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Training Advisory Board and on the City of Seattle‘s WMBE Inclusion Plan and GC/CM Mentor Protégé Committee. Nancy is also a recognized City of Seattle WMBE expert, a member of the National Association of Credit Management, and member of the National Utility Contractors Association.

Nancy has held numerous positions with the Associated General Contractors of Washington including three years on the AGC Education Foundation Board, two years on AGC’s Board of Trustees and consecutive terms on the AGC Executive Board as first and second vice president. In 2016, Nancy took the reins as the 2016 AGC of Washington’s President – the association’s very first female president since its formation in 1922.

As AGC President, Nancy established the Diversity Task Force and Workforce Development Task Force to advance inclusion, diversity of thought, and to promote industry to students that do not go on to earn a post-secondary credential.

Nancy has been married to Rod Munro for ten years and both have happily embraced a blended family of four children and eight grandchildren. Although construction of a new home has taken up the majority of her free time, Nancy’s pastimes and hobbies include reading and enjoying nature, cooking and entertaining, as well as golf, gardening and spending time with family and friends.