CWA of Washington Leadership Opportunities
Concerned Women for America of Washington is managed by a State Director along with a Steering Committee made up of members with particular skills and gifts which they use to serve both the national and state mission statements, both of which seek to promote and protect Biblical values in the surrounding culture. There are several Steering Committee positions open at this point and we invite you to consider where you could serve. The following positions and job descriptions are offered for your prayerful consideration.
Prayer Chapter Coordinator: assists the State Director in recruiting new Prayer/Action Leaders and Home Team Captains; encourages, inspires and equips current Prayer/Action Leaders and Home Team Captains in their volunteer efforts; initiates regular contact with the Prayer/Action Leaders and Home Team Captains, especially the newer ones.
Legislative Liaison: tracks state legislation related to CWA’s six core issues and works with State Director to prioritize and coordinate our response; communicates with state members and motivates them to prayer and action; interacts with state legislative offices about CWA's six core issues; lives close enough to Olympia to commute during the legislative session.
Special Events Coordinator: works with the State Director to plan and organize state events and participates in those events. This person needs to be self-motivated, organized and enthusiastic about CWA’s mission and goals statements.
Records Coordinator: assists the Steering Committee in planning a budget for the state, submits certain monthly reports; assists the Steering Committee in compiling and implementing a fundraising plan for the state.
Communications Coordinator: works with the media, communicating CWA’s message through newspapers, radio, TV, Internet, letters to the editor and groups of people; recruits speakers on CWA's six core issues and schedules speaking opportunities.
Project 535 Coordinator: The title comes from the fact that there are a total of 535 senators and representatives in the U. S. Congress. The Project 535 Coordinator coordinates federal legislation efforts, diligently works to enlist individuals into the Project 535 Program, trains those she enlists, coordinates the reporting and record keeping of the program, and disseminates national alerts.
Please contact Maureen Richardson at 425-869-1923 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in volunteering for one of these positions.
1015 Fifteenth St. N.W., Suite 1100
Washington, D.C. 20005
Phone: (202) 488-7000
Fax: (202) 488-0806