Who is WIN?

WIN is a not-for-profit organization, driving the future of collision repair by attracting, developing, and advancing women. We recognize excellence, promote leadership, and foster a network among collision repair professionals, especially women. 

For decades, a small group of pioneers made significant contributions to a highly male dominated industry. Recognizing the critical need for an organization to support and attract more women to the industry, WIN was born in 2006. A decade later WIN membership has reached 500+ members including females and males from all segments of the collision repair industry across the USA and Canada.

WIN offers a scholarship program and financial awards that will provide tuition assistance, educational opportunities, and enrichment events to qualified applicants.                                                 



Why WIN?


WIN Offers education and leadership development opportunities to build critical skills for success. Examples include WIN board and committee opportunities and WIN's scholarship program for students and professionals.        

Why the Collision Repair Industry Needs WIN-

  • Women influence the majority of buying decisions in households

  • Identifying what the “face” of your business or organization looks like

  • Positioning your organization for growth

  • Promote and create diversity

  • Industry sustainability

  • Technician shortages & shrinking traditional labor pool

Download the "Why WIN?" presentation here


Where is WIN?


WIN membership is growing and includes members from every segment of collision repair across the U.S. and Canada. WIN provides great networking and connection opportunities. Not only during the annual Educational conference, but also with WIN webinars, regional network events as well as multiple industry and corporate events where WIN is present. Stay tuned and check back often.


Coming up:

Please check out the Industry Outreach page for upcoming events. 


Women's Industry Network.  THE network that drives the future of collision repair by attracting, developing and advancing women.