Why the restoration industry is good for women, why women are good for the industry, and three intentional steps employers can take to make space for more women and other underrepresented groups to thrive both in the workforce and at the leadership level.
R&R is honored to formally celebrate women making strides within their organizations and restoration overall for the seventh consecutive year. This year, 46 impressive women were nominated and one remarkable individual rose to the top.
In this special Ask the Expert episode, Diana Rodriguez-Zaba, president of ServiceMaster Restoration by Zaba serving Chicago and the surrounding suburbs, shares her story and insights. She is the winner of R&R’s seventh annual Women in Restoration Award and rose to the top of an impressive list of 46 nominees.
In conjunction with our seventh annual campaign celebrating leading women in this male-dominated industry, we asked all six of the past winners, from 2016 through 2021, to answer one question: To what do you attribute your success?
In honor of Women’s History Month, the U.S. Small Business Administration will hold its 2022 Women’s Business Summit on March 28-30. The summit will consist of virtual panels, “Ask an Expert” workshops and fireside chats to help women-owned small businesses build, scale, and grow.
Using the #PuroWomen platform, PuroClean developed the campaign to amplify PuroWomen’s voices during Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. The initiative will spotlight women across PuroClean’s corporate support team, as well as those within its franchise network.
In this episode of Ask Annissa, Annissa Coy, the first-ever recipient of R&R’s annual Women in Restoration Award, invites the industry to nominate deserving women in restoration for the 2022 award by January 10. She also announces that she will be a judge.
R&R is officially accepting nominations for the 2022 Women in Restoration Award through January 10. We are also excited to introduce an all-new award to the restoration industry, honoring restoration technicians!
After more than 20 years as a woman in restoration and cleaning, I have come to realize a few things about men in our industry. And I believe they have also come to realize a thing or two about their women counterparts.