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Leadership Opportunity for Women MBAs

Mid-Atlantic Chapter of Natl. Assn of Women MBAs (NAWMBA)
Seeks Potential Candidates for Open Leadership Positions

The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA) was officially launched in October 2009. We are looking for individuals who are willing to volunteer their time and leadership skills to successfully establish this chapter in the DC region as a leading resource and network dedicated to women's leadership training and professional development. We are looking for innovative, self-motivated, and driven candidates who can work in a completely virtual organization.

The Mid-Atlantic chapter is a
affiliate of NAWMBA, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, that is dedicated to empowering women in business in order to propel more women into leadership positions in corporate America and enhance the diversity of the nation’s workforce. 

Below is a description of the open leadership team positions:

Executive Vice President - Assumes the duties of President as needed, should be involved in all decision making and should plan to assume the role of President following the current President's term in 2011. Must serve as Past President for a one year term after the term as President is completed.

Vice President - Direct support to the President, handles a variety of leadership responsibilities as designated by the President and board. Participates in the development of a long-range plan and in strategic planning. Works in partnership with the VP of Sustainable Development to maintain board sustainability and succession planning. 

Membership Director
  • Responsible for membership drives, sending welcome email to new members and welcome packet (e-packet) once information is received from NAWMBA National
  • Serves as the Chairperson for the Membership Committee
  • Responsible for recruiting committee members to assist with strategies for identifying and retaining members
  • Seeks opportunities to promote membership at community events 
  • Ensuring the Chapter has an orientation program for new members to become involved
  • Budget that reflects membership priorities
  • Maintain data on recruitment rates, membership renewals and reasons for non-renewals

Deadline: If you are interested in any of these positions, please send a completed application and resume by July 16th. 

About NAWMBA:

The National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA), a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to empowering women in business in order to propel more women into leadership positions in corporate America and enhance the diversity of the nation’s workforce. Founded in 1982, the organization has grown to over 80 student chapters at the top MBA programs across the U.S.

In 2007, NAWMBA launched its first professional chapter to address the networking and leadership needs of professional women.

The Mid-Atlantic Chapter, an affiliate of NAWMBA, was officially launched in October 2009 and since then has grown its membership base of women from all over the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia regions. The Mid-Atlantic Chapter is one of 10 professional city-based chapters in the U.S. The other city-based chapter are: Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, and Boston, Portland, Minneapolis, Phoenix, and Houston.
We hope these leadership positions interest you and look forward to receiving your information. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at: midatlantic@mbawomen.org.

Best,
Tanayha Mcleod
National Association of Women MBA's
Mid-Atlantic Chapter
www.mbawomen.org