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Women at Work: Welder Kay Sims

Women at Work: Welder Kay Sims

Structural steel and welding inspector Kay Sims has been instrumental in helping us understand the unique needs of women who spend their days playing with fire. Originally an artist and sewist, Sims sat down with us to discuss what it's really like on the jobsite and beyond. This interview is a continuation from our newsletter. Sign up to receive bi-monthly interviews, special discounts and more here. 

How would you describe your job?

I’m responsible for inspecting that the welding is...


Women Build Nations... And they Build Great Workwear

Women Build Nations... And they Build Great Workwear

We had the most amazing time with the most badass tradeswomen at the October Women Build Nations 2017 Conference hosted by Chicago Women in Trades and the North America’s Building Trade’s Unions Women’s Committee in Chicago!

We were there to find out what women need in workwear and the attendees from all over the states and world delivered. We met and talked with inspired trades workers who disrupt the status quo and lead their fields every day. We heard so much about the incredible array of industries represented, the specialized workwear used and common frustration points.

Co-founder Sara DeLuca, who...


4 Badass Women Who Changed How We Work

4 Badass Women Who Changed How We Work

We won’t sugar coat it: women in the workforce have a long way to go before we achieve true equality and respect. But that doesn’t mean that we have to ignore the major accomplishments of women who improved working conditions, fought for living wages, and organized to give working women a voice they often hadn’t had before.

Sue Cowan Williams: A Voice for Justice
An advocate for equality during the Jim Crow era, Little Rock school teacher Sue Cowan...


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