Non-Profit Expo, Learn About Board Service
September 14, 2011
Women represent 48% of the workforce, but comprise only 15% of the nation’s boards of directors. The Women’s Leadership & Mentoring Alliance is working to change that and is hosting a special Fall event, bringing together WLMA women with leaders of local and national non-profit organizations who are interested in increasing involvement within their organizations, including seeking qualified candidates to join their board of directors.
Please join us for a short panel discussion on how to navigate non-profit board service, followed by an intimate meet and greet with representatives from participating non-profit organizations. The non-profits will be stationed throughout the Museum in an expo-style forum for you to meet and learn more about the organizations and their volunteer needs.
Panel discussion begins promptly at 6:30 p.m.
(Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served.)
Registration Fee »
$20 advance ticket price/$30 at the door
Register by clicking here.
Helen Quick, Partner, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
Tiffany Dufu, President, White House Project and Director of Harlem 4 Kids
Jessica Grounds, Executive Director, Running Start, Chairman of the Board for Women Under Forty Political Action Committee, Director of the National Council of Women’s Organizations and member of the Leadership Council for the Impact Center
Melanie Hudson, Executive Director, Children’s Health Forum
Leslie Thornton, Partner, Dickstein Shapiro LLP, Current Secretary of the Executive Board of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington Area and a Director with Career Education Corporation
- Bridge to Freedom
- Children’s Health Forum
- Dress for Success
- DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- Empowered Women International
- Falls Church McLean Children’s Center
- Girls Gotta Run Foundation, Inc
- Global Women’s Network
- I Live 2 Lead
- March of Dimes
- PLEN – Public Leadership Education Network
- Running Start
- Sewall-Belmont House & Museum
- The White House Project
- The Women’s Center
- Tikkun Olam
- Turning Point Suffragist Memorial
- Washington Area’s Women Foundation
- Women in Government Relations
- Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment
- Women’s Leadership & Mentoring Alliance
For more information about WLMA, visit www.wlmaconnect.org.
WLMA is a 501(c)(3), not for profit invitational mentoring alliance of professional women learning, exchanging and advancing at every stage of their lives and careers.
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