Women in Signs
Announcing 2022 Women in Signs Awards
Second annual program celebrating women and gender-expansive sign professionals from
a range of sectors.
Signs of the Times is proud to announce this year’s Women in Signs awards, a showcase of women and gender-expansive industry professionals who have excelled in ownership/management, design, fabrication, installation, sales or marketing.
Hosted in partnership with ISA and sponsored by Square Coil, Trotec and Watchfire Signs, the program honors those who have spurred innovation, fueled business growth or made a positive impact within their sign company, industry association or sign-associated philanthropic organization.
Thank you to our 2022 judges:
- Stacey Brown, chief image builder, Signarama Silver Spring (Silver Spring, MD)
- Elaine Scrima, vice president of operations, GSP Cos. (Clearwater, FL)
- Patty Soria, vice president of production and co-owner, Signtech (San Diego)
- Heidi Tillmanns, national manager, infrastructure and signage, Trans Canada Trail (Dundas, ON, Canada)
Join us to celebrate the winners at the ISA Sign Expo this May in Atlanta.
UPDATE: The winners have been announced! View the honorees at signsofthetimes.com/2022womeninsigns.
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