When evaluating women’s involvement in the industry, they make up 0.5% of roofing professionals

Strengthening a community means empowering and creating opportunities for everyone.

As a female-owned business, we have invested in educating female youth about the opportunities available to them in the Construction industry while empowering those that have already begun to pave their way. Our participation in expanding Women in Construction through a variety of outlets, including our Brahma Strong programs and National Women in Roofing, encourages the next generation of women to contribute their unique perspective to this space – which will further the evolution of the industry, creating a wider range of impact and inclusivity for communities and job sites within the U.S.

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National Awards & Recognition:

Stephanie grew up on construction sites, shadowing her father and now business partner, Roy, since hard hats were bigger than her head. In doing so, she grew to appreciate the hard work and overall impact that she witnessed from in the field, in the trailer, and during site walks with crew members.

Knowing that construction was always an interest to her, Stephanie continued to explore the impact building can have on communities by participating and leading trips abroad. From rehabilitating a local elementary school in Mexico, to redesigning and constructing an elementary school playground in Costa Rica to mitigate flooding, Stephanie’s passion for building continued to grow. Eventually, leading her to co-found Brahma Roofing & Construction.

Spending years connecting with women in roofing, as well as studying the tendencies of female consumers across the United States, Stephanie has collected data, feedback and experiences that have all been used towards elevating the experiences of our clients, educating our communities and encouraging the next generation of women that choose roofing as their profession.

However, this dedication spans farther than our construction sites. As the chairman for Girls in the Spotlight, a local non-profit that encourages young girls to explore their entrepreneurial spirit; the Philanthropy Chair for National Women in Roofing – Denver Counsel, an organization dedicated to supporting women in our industry; founding our own Brahma Strong program, a commitment by our team to the communities we serve; and so much more, Stephanie continues to prove that roofing and construction has far more depth than meets the eye. Making us even more proud for her to have been named Beacon’s first ever Female Roofing Professional of the Year.

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