Building Women Magazine

Winter 2018

About Building Women Magazine

Solutions and Strategies for Women in the Building Industry

Each issue of Building Women offers an in-depth look at women in building, and features on current industry trends, innovative products, the latest technology, and economic forecasts. Readers will also find a variety of interesting columns on career building, work/life balance, business management, and the latest on Professional Women in Building Council news, events and activities.

A one-year subscription is included in council member annual dues. There is a $40 annual subscription fee for non-council members. 

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Current Issue


For back issues not listed below, please contact the NAHB Professional Women in Building office at or 202-266-8410.

  • Fall 2017: Strategic Career Planning
    • Tracy Young: PlanGrid’s CEO is Disrupting Construction
    • Career Planning Through the Decades
    • Protecting Walls, Shattering the Glass Ceiling
  • Spring 2017: Celebrate Success, Recognizing Achievement and Service
    • NAHB PWB: Celebrate Success
    • Home Building’s Rising Leaders
    • How a Custom Builder Added Production Homes to Her Business Through an Unlikely Source: Franchising
  • Winter 2017: Healthier Homes, Healthier Living
    • Profile: National Chair Juli Bacon
    • The Art of Green — and Slaying It!
    • Preventing Illness Through Healthy Housing
  • Fall 2016: Breaking Down Barriers
    • Profile: U.S. Rep. Martha McSally
    • Tossing the Carrot and the Stick: Becoming a Transformational Leader
    • Elevating and Empowering Women from the Ground Up
  • Spring 2016: Rising Up. Taking a Lead
    • Profile: U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik
    • Making a Difference: Women are Natural Advocates
    • The Art of Lobbying
  • Winter 2016: The Sky is the Limit for Women in the Building Universe
    • Profile: National Chair Cindy Cepko
    • PWB Elevate: Next-Generation Networking
    • Mentally Strong