Wisconsin Women in Government: Seeks professional women to join Board of Directors

MADISON – Wisconsin Women in Government (WWIG), a statewide, bipartisan, non-profit organization of women in government service, today announced it is seeking professional women to join the WWIG Board of Directors for a three year term beginning in August 2020.

“Wisconsin Women in Government is fortunate to be led by a group of talented, hardworking women and we’re excited to be seeking several new members to join our board of directors. In these unique and challenging times, we need passionate women in government service now more than ever. If this describes you, we hope you’ll consider using your talents to support our organization,” said WWIG President Bethany Anderson.

The WWIG Board of Directors is a working board that seeks women of diverse backgrounds who are willing to contribute their time and talents to support the organization’s fundraising, event planning and outreach efforts. Women who work in government, those who work with government through a role in the private sector and women with previous experience working with nonprofits are encouraged to apply. The Board of Directors typically meets six times per year at locations in the Madison and Milwaukee area, with meeting currently being held remotely.

To apply, women should send their resume, two references and a cover letter describing why they would like to join the WWIG Board of Directors by August 14, 2020, to [email protected]. Please include a description of your relevant experience and the specific skills you can contribute to the board. 

For more information on WWIG, please visit: wiscwomeningovernment.org.