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Nominations Now Open for 2023 Women in Signs Awards

Entries for awards program celebrating women sign professionals due Feb. 17.




Signs of the Times (ST) magazine is proud to announce this year’s Women in Signs, the third-annual awards celebrating women sign industry professionals from a range of sectors.


Hosted in partnership with ISA and sponsored by Watchfire, the 2023 program honors standout professionals* who have excelled in ownership/management, design, fabrication, installation, sales or marketing. Winners will have spurred innovation, fueled business growth or made a positive impact within their sign company, industry association or sign-associated philanthropic organization.

Sign company professionals are invited to nominate industry connections, co-workers, colleagues or themselves in the competition. Winners will be selected by a panel of industry leaders (to be determined), featured in ST‘s April issue and lauded at the ISA International Sign Expo April 12-14 in Las Vegas.

Last year’s five winners included Bobbi Baker, owner, Bakers’ Signs (Conroe, TX); Dawn Homa, owner, Signarama Brighton (Brighton, CO); Jenn-Jenn Marshall, founder and CEO, SIGNFLOWS (San Diego) and GreenHive Signage (Los Angeles); Allison Moz, wayfinding partner, eyecandy SIGNS (Halifax, NS, Canada); and Shokouh Shafiei, president and CEO, DSA Signage (Carson, CA).

Entries for the 2023 Women in Signs awards must be submitted via this nomination form no later than Friday, Feb. 17 to be considered for the competition.


Questions? Please contact Managing Editor Christina Green at

*Note: This program is designed to celebrate underrepresented genders within the sign industry and is open to all sign company professionals. Manufacturers/suppliers are not permitted to nominate colleagues or themselves, but they may become sponsors or purchase advertorials honoring their customers and industry peers. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact ST Sales Executive Lou Arneberg at



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