Nominate an Influential Woman in Manufacturing
Influential Women in Manufacturing is a program focused on recognizing and honoring women who are making a difference in the manufacturing space.
Through March 31, 2020, we will be collecting nominations for the 2020 class of Influential Women in Manufacturing.
What makes an Influential Woman in Manufacturing?
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 has accomplished something that has moved the company, her department, or her team forward
- She has fostered the growth of woman in manufacturing
- She has had an impact on the people and/or processes of people around her.
Fill out the nomination form below to nominate an Influential Women in Manufacturing for 2020.
If you have any questions in the meantime, please don't hesitate to contact us by email.
Frequently Asked Questions About Influential Women in Manufacturing
What is typically the deadline for nominations?
The nomination period is typically January 1-March 31.
Does an Influential Woman in Manufacturing have to live in the U.S.?
Not at all! We have several IWIM honorees who are in Europe.
What are the criteria for nominating an IWIM?
Age is no limit and she can serve at any level of the manufacturing organization, from plant-floor technician to C-suite officer.
Can I nominate more than one woman?
Of course you can!
Is my company allowed to submit multiple nominations for the same person?
Yes, your company can. We have seen that happen before.
How can I prepare to complete the nomination form?
We ask several questions on the nomination form including the nominator's name, address, and email as well as the nominee's name, address, phone number, company, and industry or sector served. We also ask the following questions, which should be in answered in no more than 3-4 sentences.
How is she an influential woman in manufacturing?
How has she fostered the growth of other women in manufacturing?
What has she accomplished that has moved her company, department, or team forward?