If you or someone you know is a woman in the manufacturing field, Influential Women in Manufacturing (IWIM) wants to hear from you. The organization is currently accepting nominations for their Influential Women in Manufacturing Honorees Class of 2019.
Founded in 2017 by three editors from Putman Media, Erin Hallstrom, Alexis Gajewski, and Christine LaFave Grace, the Influential Women In Manufacturing program recognizes women who make a difference in working in any capacity the manufacturing and industrial fields.
What exactly is an Influential Women in Manufacturing? According to their site the criteria for nomination are as follow:
“To be considered for the program, a potential nominee should have at least a few years of experience in the industry. Some of the other criteria we’re looking for in an Influential Woman:
- She is a respected member of her field
- She has accomplished something that has moved the company, her department, or her team forward
- She has fostered the growth of woman in manufacturing
- She demonstrates thought leadership regardless of her role”
IWIM will be accepting nomination beginning now through March 31, 2019.
To learn more about the organization or submit a nomination visit influentialwomeninmanufacturing.com