The American Institute of Architects – The AIA Archives Office provided names and records of women architects to populate BWAF’s Collection. BWAF has also given the AIA grants to fund research about women in the AIA.
The Association for Collegiate Schools of Architecture – ACSA is a national membership organization that advances the quality of architectural education. ACSA and BWAF together established a Women’s Leadership Council within its organization.
The International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA)- IAWA is a joint program between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. The archive documents women’s contributions to the built environment by collecting, preserving, and storing papers and images. BWAF collaborates with IAWA to share these works with the new “Built By Women” monthly feature.
i.M.A.D.E. (formerly Institute for Digital Fabrication), Ball State – BWAF trustee Kevin Klinger, Founding Director of i.M.A.D.E, and colleagues advise, and administer BWAF’s website and digital endeavors.
The National Building Museum – the nation’s leading museum dedicated to the building arts co-presents each year with BWAF a “Women of Architecture” series that highlights women practitioners, educators, and historians during Women’s History Month.
National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) - BWAF is a workforce alliance with NCWIT, a national coalition of over 250 corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and non-profits working to increase the participation of girls and women in computing and IT.
Professional Women in Construction (PWC) - is a national organization committed to advancing professional, entrepreneurial and managerial opportunities for women and other “non-traditional” populations in construction and related industries.
The Society of Architectural Historians – The Society of Architectural Historians adcvances knowledge and understanding of history of architecture, design, landscape, and urbanism worldwide. SAH has partnered with ARTstor to create SAHARA, (SAH Architectural Resources Archive) an online photo archive of architecture and landscape images, which BWAF will link through the Collection.
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) - is a not-for-profit educational and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their life-changing contributions as engineers and leaders. BWAF is a member of this organization.
UCLA Experiential Technologies Center (ETC) – Diane Favro, ETC Director and BWAF board member, originated the BWAF digital Collection (first known as “American Women of Architecture”) in collaboration with the Center.
The Library of Congress – BWAF worked with the Library to highlight the work of women architects in the library’s collection.