Get Involved with TeamWomen

Are you looking for an opportunity to get engaged with TeamWomen members, utilize your skills to help TeamWomen grow and/or enhance your leadership skills? We have several opportunities available for your consideration. Our committees are made up of a diverse group of professional women who help drive our membership, plan key events, act as ambassadors for TeamWomen, and give their input for the long-term vision of the organization.

Please find the list of committees and responsibilities below. If any peak your interest, contact the committee chair to learn how you can get involved:

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee

Responsibilities of Committee Members: 

  • Strengthen our commitment to DEI through education, communication, and programming.
  • Continue DEI goals for holding board members and staff accountable to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Special focus on recruitment of diverse coaching staff and program speakers who deliver content using scenarios that match audience demographics.
  • Communication reflects awareness and knowledge of diversity including recognition and celebration of cultural influences.

Chair | Kim Ramsden

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Empower Gala Committee

Responsibilities of Committee Members: 

  • Create and implement board-approved strategic plans to achieve fundraising objectives for the Empower Rising Stars Gala.
  • Support and actively engage in relevant recognition of donors and Empower Gala panelists.
  • Assist in identifying potential silent auction donors.
  • Participate in the solicitation of gifts and cultivation of prospective donors. Motivate others to do the same.
  • Encourage others in the community to understand and personally support TeamWomen’s fundraising programs, particularly the Empower Rising Stars Gala.
  • Assist with programming and overall planning of the gala.

Chair | Kerry Karrick

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Leadership Conference Committee

Responsibilities of Committee Members: 

  • Assist in identifying potential sponsors and supporters.
  • Participate in the solicitation of sponsors while motivating others to do the same.
  • Encourage others in the community to attend the conference.
  • Participate in the overall planning of the conference.

 

All actions of the Leadership Conference Committee are subject to review by the Board of Directors.

Chair | Tammie Follett

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Membership Committee

Responsibilities of Committee Members: 

  • Create and implement strategic plans to achieve membership objectives approved by the board.
  • Establish, review, adapt, and adjust methods to increase membership in the most effective manner.
  • Actively promote TeamWomen events on social media and within personal networks.
  • Attend 4 out of 6 committee meetings.
  • Attend and work the membership table at 2 events and 1 shift at the Leadership Conference.
  • Make renewal phone calls to members 1 month out of the calendar year.
  • Serve as a table ambassador at a minimum of 1 event.

 

Committee Meetings:

The Membership Committee will meet 6 times each year.

Chair | Kristin Lockwood

Kristin Lockwood
Mentoring Committee

Responsibilities of Committee Members:

  • Meetings are held an estimated 6 hours per year. Members are responsible for the bi-annual rollout event of our Mentor Program, held in June and December.
  • There is an estimated 20 hours a year of prep for mentoring group rollouts including review of applications and meeting with the group to discuss assignments during May and November.
  • There is an estimated 6 hours a year for coordinating details of the mentoring group rollout in May and November.
  • There is an estimated 1.5 hours per year of various tasks that include touching base with mentees/mentors, attending TeamWomen events, answering questions on the Mentor Program, and quarterly Mentoring Committee meetings.
  • There is an estimated 12 hours per year of assisting with monthly discussion topics.
  • Various other tasks occur as needed.

 

These tasks are subject to change and are split currently among 2-3 people. Most of the time is from mid-May to mid-June and mid-November to mid-December, centered on the bi-annual rollout of the mentoring programs.

Chair | Alicia Johnston

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Young Professionals | Community Service Committee

Responsibilities of Committee Members: 

  • Assist in identifying a minimum of 2 community outreach events per year.
  • Coordinate TeamWomen member registration and involvement with the corresponding charitable organizations.
  • Support, and where relevant, actively engage in appropriate recognition of outside charitable organizations.
  • Encourage TeamWomen camaraderie through event attendance.

Chair | Ali Stieglbauer

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Young Professionals | Professional Development Committee

Responsibilities of Committee Members: 

  • Identify 4+ young professional-focused events per year.
    • These can be standalone events or events that incorporate events already
      identified by the Executive Director.
  • Promote the events via social media, networks, etc.
  • Attend at least 50% of the committee-hosted events.

 

All actions of the Professional Development Committee are subject to review by the Board of Directors.

Chair | Courtney Taylor

Courtney Taylor Web
Young Professionals | WaveMaker Awards Committee

Responsibilities of Committee Members: 

  • Create and implement board-approved strategic plans to achieve fundraising objectives for the WaveMaker Awards.
  • Establish, review, adapt, and adjust methods to solicit nominations, choose finalists and winners, and raise funds and awareness for the WaveMaker Awards in the most effective manner.
  • Support, and where relevant, actively engage in appropriate recognition of donors and finalists.
  • Assist in identifying potential donors and supporters.
  • Participate in the solicitation of gifts and cultivation of prospective donors. Motivate others to do the same.
  • Encourage others in the community to understand and personally support TeamWomen’s fundraising programs, particularly the WaveMaker Awards.
  • Take a lead role in defining and promoting the concept of fund advancement and development, particularly as it relates to the WaveMaker Awards.

Chair | Erin King

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