Our Mission and Vision

Women in Standards is a community of standardization contributors, users, participants, professionals and service providers. Established by women working in standardization, the organization promotes inclusion in standardization, participation by all stakeholders, and provides support and education the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as growing professional networks.

The standardization process benefits from the inclusion of all stakeholders lending their experience, insights, and perspectives into how a standard will be affected when it is not inclusive. Contributions to standardization by a diverse consensus body create a better standard for everyone. Everyone’s voice is heard

Get involved! Practice your networking skills and meet standardization professionals like yourself. Gain insights on issues faced by your network, seek feedback on tough decisions and tough conversations, raise concerns and seek solutions. At Women in Standards, we’re here to listen, assist, educate, and change.

Vision

To be a premiere organization focused on elevating and educating the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and gender-responsiveness in the development of standards and in the standardization profession.

Mission

To promote diversity, equity and inclusion in standards and standards development.

 

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Call to Action on Standards

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2019 July WiS – SES Summer Event

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Building a Strong Network

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