Membership Co-Chair, Impact100 DC Board of Directors

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Membership Co-Chair, Impact100 DC Board of Directors

The Membership co-Chair is responsible for recruiting new members and engaging existing members. Strong verbal and written communication skills are essential, as is the ability to communicate effectively with a broad constituency. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Leading Impact DC BoD efforts to create and implement recruitment strategies to build a diverse membership from all corners of the DC metropolitan area.
  • Coordinating and implementing recruiting events in locations across the metropolitan region (will include evening and weekend activities).
  • Working with Outreach and Marketing co-chairs to coordinate messaging and communication to members and prospects.
  • Creating opportunities to keep members informed, involved, and feeling valued.
  • Providing members with information on volunteer opportunities and coordinating the assignment of volunteers.
  • Effectively utilizing our membership software (Little Green Light) to maintain and protect our member database.

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About IMPACT100 DC



Mission Statement

The mission of Impact 100 DC is to fund transformational charitable grants in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.


About Impact100 DC

Impact100 DC is a new, all-volunteer women’s philanthropic organization that collectively funds high-impact grants to nonprofit organizations working to addressing unmet needs in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Impact100 is a national model founded in 2001 with over 50 chapters throughout the US and beyond. One hundred or more women come together, pool yearly membership contributions of $1,000, and award annual, $100,000 grants that allow recipient nonprofits to expand their services in extraordinary ways. Proposals are invited in all of the areas communities must attend to in order to thrive: health and wellness, family, education, arts and culture, and environment. We place a high value on building a diverse membership and leadership team that reflect all corners of this varied community and produce the wide lens necessary for an informed and equitable giving process. Members lead and participate in all aspects of grant review and in doing so develop a more profound understanding of community needs and are empowered as philanthropists and agents of change.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Board Development


Wed Jul 01, 2020 - Mon Aug 31, 2020


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.





  • Must be at least 21

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