WON is dedicated to encouraging women to become involved in public policy through elected and appointed office. WON provides networking opportunities for women officials and presents training to inspire and empower current and future policy makers.
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Friday, June 7, 2013 - 7:30 AM
Bloomfield HIlls, MI
WON is supporting Camp Moxie again this year. More information is coming, but click here to learn more aobut Camp Moxie: www.campmoxiegirls.org
WON Administrator Position Open Now
Administrator to work part-time for the Women Officials Network (WON), an all-volunteer, non-partisan, non-profit association dedicated to encouraging women to seek political office and to become involved in public policy. Duties: work in concert with WON Board to support execution of governance duties, facilitate the work of standing and ad hoc committees, membership outreach and retention, financial management, website and public relations, meeting logistics and special events, and other duties as assigned.
Preferred: administrative experience in the public and/or non-profit sector, experience in partnering with volunteers, undergraduate degree
Required: personal computer and Internet access, experience with Excel and Word software.
Pay: $16 per hour, average of 36 hours per quarter, 12 hours per month
Process: send letter of intent and resume to WON President Casandra Ulbrich – firstname.lastname@example.org
Posting: closes April 15, 2011 Click here for complete job description
WON is an Equal Opportunity Employer and this position is open to all without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, family status or veteran status.
National Association of Commissions for Women’s 43rd Annual Conference July 24-27, 2013
The Michigan Women’s Commission would like to share the following information about the National Association of Commissions for Women’s 43rd annual conference this summer in San Jose on July 24-27, 2013. City, county and state commission representatives from across the United States attend the conference each year, and have the opportunity to share ideas and strategies for dealing with these challenging times, as well as to benefit from networking opportunities and to meet other women from around the country who also are passionate about women’s issues. Contact Sheryl Mitchell for more information: email@example.com
Our Own Fran Anderson is Honored
On Thursday, March 21st, Members of the Oakland County Board of Commissioners joined Commissioner Mattie Hatchett in honoring Mrs. Francile Anderson for her life-long contributions to Oakland County. As many of you know, Fran Anderson is a member of the WON Foundation Board. She has many honors and currently serves as Chairperson of the Boy Scouts Achievers Breakfast, Chairperson of the Michigan Public Education Task Force and is Chairperson of the Law Related Education Michigan Lawyers Auxiliary. She serves currently as a member of the Oakland Pontiac Holiday Extravaganza Board, the Pontiac Oakland Symphony Board, the Oakland County Community Corrections and is a member of the Louise Saks Parliamentary Unit. She is a former president of the Oakland County Board Foundation; the past Pontiac Oakland Symphony Orchestra president; the past president of the Waterford Fellowship of Church Women and she was Co-organizer, First Michigan Conference on Law-Related Education which are only a few of the organizations that have benefited from her leadership and involvement. She has received numerous honors and was selected as the 2010 Wonder Woman Award winner by the Women’s Official Network; the 2007 Community Service Award by Waterford Township and recently received the 2012 Golden Oldie Award by the Detroit Rotary Club. She received the Oakland County NAACP Valuable Community Contribution Award in 1971 and the Lifetime Achievement Award by the American Lawyers Auxiliary, which are only a few of the many awards she has received over the years.