Provide resources and opportunities to recruit, retain, and advance women in the stone industry.
Serve the Natural Stone Institute's vision of being an essential partner in their members’ success.
Order Women in Stone Gear
Choose from Women in Stone Recommended Products or shop the entire inventory of items. Then simply add the Women in Stone logo before you check out and items will be customized and shipped directly to you.
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Join A Subcommittee
If you would like to join a Women in Stone subcommittee and be eligible to apply for the Steering Committee in the following year, please fill out a Call For Candidates form.
Women in Stone Mentorship Program
Industry veterans are paired with newcomers, and guided through conversation topics to help them get to know each other and their respective career goals. Registration for the 2018 Mentorship Program is now closed. Watch for registration information for the 2019 round at TISE.
The Women in Stone Empowerment Scholarship includes an all-expenses paid trip to one of the following industry events: TISE, Coverings, or the Natural Stone Institute Study Tour. Applications are currently closed. Watch for our call for entries in late spring 2019.
The Pioneer Award will recognize an advocate within the stone industry for their role in recruiting, retaining and advancing women. Nominations are currently closed. Watch for our call for entries in late spring 2019.
We will be hosting short webinars to show you all the ways you can get involved with Women in Stone and also collect your ideas for adding more programs and resources. Check the Calendar of Events for future opportunities. To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to view the last webinar, please request a link from email@example.com.
September 23-28, 2018 - Italy
Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 1:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
Join the Women in Stone for a half day educational workshop featuring speaker David Mitchell. This session will include a combination of engaging learning activities focused on unique communication styles. David will explain the power of understanding both your own style and the styles of the people you interact with every day. The session ends with a 2-hour networking reception at Border Grill.
Register through the TISE website.
What is the connection between Wine & Stone?
Genetically, all chardonnays are the same. Geologically, all marbles are the same. Soil composition and climate affect the way a wine tastes. Mineral composition and formation affect the way a stone looks. Teach your audience WHY with this CEU event package by Women in Stone (powered by Natural Stone Institute).