During these uncertain times, how can we help?
See below to access our COVID-19 Resource Hub, and to explore our growing directory of both COVID-19-specific and virtual volunteering opportunities.
We are looking for a few professionals, executives or business owners looking to use their talents and expertise to give back to the community, If you have a passion for women's equal leadership and for giving a hand up to young women who have suffered adversity, then let's talk.
To be a board member we ask that you:
Attend our monthly board meetings (mostly on zoom)
Donate to 50/50 Leadership at the level of $1,000 for the year (or get donations from others for at least that amount)
Chair a committee or participate actively on at least one committee
Attend our annual fundraising gala and make an effort to attend as many other events during the year as possible
Our current board openings are for chairs of Events, Programs, and Fundraising.
We are a 100% volunteer organization, thus we rely on the integrity of our Board members. Each of our Chairs have volunteers to work with them as a team, and more volunteers can be easily obtained to complete your team.
Ready to roll up your sleeves and join us?
The process for board membership:
Phone or zoom interview with Pauline Field, Chair
Send bio, photo and statement of interest and what you hope to contribute/accomplish as a board member
Brief interview with the Board
Vote by Board
Orientation to the Board
Meet with Board member to create strategy, timeline, and resources needed.
50/50 Leadership is committed to promoting women's equal leadership. Our current program is to provide financial literacy workshops and mentoring to young women who have grown up in foster care, who are homeless, formerly incarcerated, escaped from domestic violence or sex trafficking or other adversities. Our events are informative, educational and entertaining in service to our mission to promote women's equal leadership.
PO Box 11202, Glendale, CA 91226, US
Promoting women's equal leadership.
We are a nonprofit dedicated to promoting women's equal leadership.
We feel that every girl and woman should have the opportunity to realize their leadership potential. Whether they are a leader in their home, at work, school or in the community.
Since 2004 we have led leadership training programs; honored women who are making a difference around the world, and provide financial literacy programs to young women who have grown up in foster care, are homeless, have been incarcerated or who have escaped domestic violence or sex trafficking.
We provide programming to promote, inform, educate and inspire women to be leaders, and men to support them.
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
May 25, 2020