Looking for project manager to help drive a co-creation team to move Women Helping from idea to action.
Women Helping Women is a women-centered, Dayton-based community initiative that engages women to help unleash the potential of women working on their path to personal, professional and/or community success, providing support and inspiration by acting as Allies and Resource Connectors.
As a women-centered initiative, Women Helping Women relationships are non-hierarchical in nature, recognizing that everyone has gifts and talents, and we all can grow and learn from each other.
Women Helping Women operates in three modalities:
- Supportive: Connect Women Helping Women members with existing organizations to help the organizations maximize the impact they have on the women with whom they are working.
- Responsive: Address requests to assist individual women that are put out to the Women Helping Women network by partnering organizations.
- Proactive: When opportunities or gaps are identified, Women Helping Women may start initiatives to meet those needs. These initiatives could be independent or in collaboration with an existing organization.
Project Manager with experience in the following areas:
- Program Design
- Action Planning
- Volunteer Engagement
- Relationship Building
Skill Sets / Certifications / Degrees Required
Looking for a self-starter with an entrepreneurial streak to make Women Helping Women everything it can be. Interact with Collaboratory and volunteer teams for co-creation support and connections.