• Professional Women in Building Council

  • Your Journey to Success

    Seize an opportunity, blaze a trail and jump in with both feet!

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  • Professional Women in Building is dedicated to supporting the professional development of women in the home building industry. PWBGNO provides networking, education, training programs and advocacy focusing on industry-related information.


  • Partnering with Professional Women in Building is valuable to your company and provides multiple benefits. To learn more about how you can partner with PWBGNO, please click on the Become a Sponsor link below. We look forward to better serving the industry with you as our partner!

  • 4 Insanely Good Member Benefits to Capitalize On! 

    1. Join a NAHB PWB Subcommittee
    Join a NAHB PWB subcommittee for an opportunity to exchange ideas and develop policies and resources that benefit PWB members. Subcommittees include Communications and Education;Legislative;Membership;and Awards and Recognition. Each subcommittee has regular calls throughout the year and meets in person at the International Builders' Show and the Spring and Fall leadership meetings. For more information, download a copy of the monthly calls and events calendar at 

    2. Earn Scholarships for Students in Your Community
    Local councils and individuals members are encouraged to participate in the annual Council and Leadership Awards competition. Recognition and monetary awards are presented for outstanding legislative programs and outstanding community service. Individual Leadership Awards honor the Council's Woman of the Year, Member of the Year, PWB Executive Officer of the Year, and PWB One to Watch. Monetary awards are distributed to winning councils through the Building Hope Scholarship fund with support from sponsors and embers. The 2019 awards season opens June 17. For more information visit 

    3. Apply for a Continuing Education Grant
    Another category of the annual Council and Leadership Awards competition is the Woman of the Future Education Grant. Members are eligible to apply for reimbursement of up to $500 for taking building-related courses, including NAHB designation programs. To apply, visit http://nahb.org/pwbawards

    4. Take Advantage of In-Person and Virtual Networking Opportunities
    In addition to participating in monthly subcommittee calls and attending national leadership meetings, join membership discussions  on Facebook and LinkedIn; search for the group "Official NAHB Professional Women in Building Network".