Building on WA Women’s core organizational value of “inclusiveness,” we want to make sure that each new member feels welcomed, connected to our mission and prepared to engage in our programs and committees whenever her schedule allows.
New Program: WA Women’s Ambassadors
In order to help new members engage with WA Women’s Foundation, the Member Engagement Committee is excited to announce the launch of our new Ambassadors Program.
WA Women’s Foundation’s Member Engagement Committee has offered to act as our inaugural Ambassadors. When a new member joins, she will be matched with an Ambassador. Over the course of that new member’s first year with WA Women’s Foundation, the Ambassador will:
- Send welcome emails and set up phone calls to answer membership questions
- Connect personally by inviting her to coffee or lunch to talk about engagement with WA Women’s Foundation
- Invite her to and host her at upcoming Foundation events, including WA Women’s New Member Social in late Spring
Want To Connect With a WA Women’s Ambassador?
If you’ve joined the Foundation in the past year and are interested in being paired with an Ambassador, please contact Emily Feicht at email@example.com or 206.407.2175.
Want To Be a WA Women’s Ambassador?
Being a WA Women’s Ambassador is a great way to connect with more members and show off your passion for WA Women’s Foundation!
If you are interested in being an Ambassador, please contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.407.2175 for more information. We ask that all new Ambassadors join the Member Engagement Committee.
Thank You to Our 2016-2017 Ambassadors
Through our groundbreaking model of women-powered, collective philanthropy, Washington Women’s Foundation has awarded $16 million in transformative grants that have enabled not-for-profit organizations to improve lives, protect the environment, advance health and education and increase access to the arts throughout Washington state.
All women are invited to join our strong and inclusive collective of informed women influencing community transformation. The challenges ahead of us are never as great as the power behind us. www.wawomensfdn.org