The Fairfield County Professional Women in Building Council
“The PWB is an excellent opportunity to bond with powerful, bright, energetic women that share common interest and support each other. It is a genuine group of warm caring professionals and a pleasure to be a part of.” – Robin Carroll
“Women in the building industry have specialized interests and unique challenges. The PWB offers members an edge through peer support, networking and professional development. It’s women helping other women succeed.” Stephanie Rapp
PWB Board Members:
Chair Woman: Stephanie Rapp
Vice Chair: Emilia Ferri
Treasurer: Lisa Bancroft
Secretary: Robin Carroll
Board Member: Peggy Rubens-Duhl, AIA
Board Member: Tarra Del Chiaro
Board Member: Angela Legg
Ellen Hyde Phillips
Jo Ann Ceasrine
Kelly Ames Smith
Rebecca St. Germain
Tarra Del Chiaro
The Fairfield County PWB is dedicated to supporting the professional development of women in the home building industry through monthly meetings, seminars, charitable work and networking opportunities wherein they educate each other on trends in the marketplace and tips to improve their skills and their businesses.
Formed in early 2018, the Fairfield County PWB is an Affiliated Professional Women in Building Council of the National Association of Home Builders Professional Women in Building Council, and the Home Builders and Remodelers Association (HBRA) of Fairfield County.
The purpose of the Fairfield County PWB:
- To assist in the accomplishment of the mutual objectives of the NAHB, the National Association of Home Builders Professional Women in Building Council, and the HBRA of Fairfield County.
- The Fairfield County PWB is first and foremost an organization dedicated to supporting the professional development of the women in the home building industry. Its members consist of NAHB Builder and Associate members of NAHB Builder as well as NAHB Affiliate members where they are recognized by the HBRA of Fairfield County.
- The Fairfield County PWB provides direct member services through education and training programs which focus on professional and leadership development, networking opportunities, and industry related information.
- In addition, the Fairfield County PWB recognizes its role in supporting the overall building industry by mobilizing its membership to assist efforts spearheaded by local, state, and national builder’s associations.
The council meets the third Thursday of each month except for July and August. If you are interested in joining, or attending your first meeting, please contact us. You can attend your first meeting with no obligation to join.