April 27, 2017
Dear WISA KC membership,
The Women in Student Affairs Knowledge Community (WISA KC) is excited to announce several new opportunities for involvement on our leadership team! As is stated in our mission, “The purpose of the WISA KC is to give voice to the needs of women in student affairs and provide professional development opportunities through both regional and national activities designed to address gender equity and prompt personal growth.” Each position on the leadership team supports this mission and will work to address the needs and concerns of those in student affairs who identify as women as well as those that seek to support them and learn about about women's issues.
It is a priority for the WISA KC to ensure that the leadership team embodies the breadth and depth of diversity that is reflected in its membership. We invite and welcome individuals across the spectrum of identity to join our team and contribute their voices and leadership to the KC. We also ask that you encourage talented professionals in your networks to consider applying.
Each volunteer position represents two openings that will work as Co-Chairs:
For full position descriptions, please visit NASPA’s Volunteer Central and search for opportunities within the Women in Student Affairs KC. The deadline to apply for all positions is May 8, 2017. All applicants must be current NASPA members. Please direct questions about the following positions to the designated contacts: Advancement, Member Engagement, and Public Policy: Kelley Stier ([email protected]). Conference Engagement, Professional Development, and Research & Scholarship: Ana Rossetti ([email protected]).
The WISA KC looks forward to building a dynamic team! Additional involvement opportunities will be forthcoming so please engage with WISA on social media and stay up-to-date on WISA through our blog.
Here are quick links to our social media pages:
We hope you apply and encourage others to do so!
The WISA KC
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