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Tammy Wright What you are missing when you don't attend the Waldorf Chapter Events. :( We would love for you to join us!
  • May 08, 2017
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    Eastern Region Assistant Ladies, please take advantage of this great opportunity and join NAPW President Star Jones at our Washington D.C Power Networking Event on Tue, May 2, 2017 at The City Club of Washington! “Stretch: Can Growth and Comfort Coexist?" NAPW created Power Networking for professional women who want to achieve 'the next level', whether you’re climbing the corporate ladder or an aspiring entrepreneur. NAPW speakers include founders and CEOs of fast-growing companies, icons in the business community and successful professionals. Our networking event and breakout sessions will focus on shattering self-imposed boundaries, stepping out of your ‘comfort zone’ and help you overcome your fear of change (for that next leap). Register today! Power Networking Agenda 9:30am - 10:00am General Registration Begins "Muffins and Mimosas" with Star (For VIP Members) 10:00am - 11:00am Informative and Interactive Breakout Sessions The Professionals Path The Entrepreneurs Path 11:00am - 12:30pm Power Networking Lunch 12:30pm - 1:45pm Networking Meet-Ups 1:45pm - 2:00pm VIP Member Spotlight / Giveaways 2:00pm Power Networking Event Ends The City Club of Washington 555 13th Street Northwest Columbia Square Washington, DC 20004 Please RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/napw-washington-dc-power-networking-tickets-31462958556
  • Apr 07, 2017
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    Marianne Bliss Hi Ladies it's been a pleasure being hooked up with NAPW. I just wanted everyone to know I opened a new web store called Famous Kids Characters which can be found on the Market place. If you have KIDS and your looking for brand name items of Famous Character products look no further. I sell everything below retail to help save moms money on Famous Kids Character products. Find products in these catagories: Toys, Clothing, Bath decor, Room decor, Mealtime fun, Party supplies, and many more! So step on over and check out 16,000 products from infants to senior citizens. Shop now and get a FREE GIFT at checkout. Happy Shopping. If you have any comments or suggestions feel fre to contact me at famouskidscharacters@gmail.com.
  • Apr 03, 2017
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    Tammy Wright I am looking for ladies who loves a long lasting lip color that lasts 4 - 18 hours without having to reapply it. I am looking for ladies who would love to have their own business for only $55. I am looking for nurses, doctors, PAs, and anyone in the medical field who wants to wear make-up to work without reapplying it. If you've read this far, then inbox me for more details. http://www.abcfitconnect.com/senegence
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    Joyce Spain IM Freedom Workshop:
  • Mar 29, 2017
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    Cherise Irons Hello I am Cherise Irons and new to NAPW. I would love to learn more about this chapter.
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    Chapter President

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    Tammy Wright info@abcfitnessandspa.net

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    Events

    Jul 19
    WALDORF LOCAL CHAPTER | JULY 2017 | "Are You Ready to Create a Culture of Collaboration?
    Aug 19
    WALDORF LOCAL CHAPTER | August 2017 Event | "How Not to Falter in the Face of Adversity"
    Sep 19
    WALDORF LOCAL CHAPTER | September 2017 Event | "Set, Measure, Evaluate, Reset, Remeasure, and Reevaluate"
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    Career Opportunities

    Policy and Political Affairs Program Manager
    Position Summary: The Program Manager for the Policy and Political Affairs Division reports directly to the Senior Vice President of Policy and Political Affairs and the Director of Strategic Initiatives. The Program Manager is responsible for providing administrative and other support to the SVP for Policy and Political Affairs, the Director of Strategic Initiatives and the division.   Position Responsibilities: Manage all administrative support for the Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affairs and the Director of Strategic Initiatives, including scheduling meetings, travel and appointments.  Work closely with the Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affairs and the Director of Strategic Initiatives on the annual budgets for the Policy and Political Affairs Division. This includes compiling monthly financial reports, monitoring division spending, and processing payments. Train and provide support for the assistants and coordinators in the Policy and Political Affairs Division and assist them in coordinating the department and organization’s priorities. Work with the PAC Director on political fundraising activities, including tracking political contributions and coordinating with local volunteers on fundraising events for HRC PAC-endorsed candidates. Work with the Government Affairs team to coordinate lobby day events and other duties as requested by the Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affairs. Provide support for the Public Policy Committee board members through notice of monthly meetings, agendas and minutes; scheduling of monthly conference calls; and maintenance of the committee roster. Both support and help manage multiple projects across the department, including potential engagement with the planning of electoral and advocacy work in states and federally and other cross-division initiatives. Assist with HRC Board meeting preparation, including compiling draft Board reports and coordinating presentations and speaking invitations to Board events. Work with Field, Government Affairs, Legal and PAC coordinators/assistants to recruit, train and manage a team of political interns. Assist with researching topics in regards to public policy, etc. Assist Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affairs and the Director of Strategic Initiatives with other special projects Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience with two to four years of experience as an Executive/Administrative Assistant, scheduler or project manager. Should have a high level of expertise or the ability to acquire a high level of expertise in Microsoft Office Applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point) and other computer applications such as Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive). Excellent research, writing, editing and oral communications skills. Ability to adapt to an ever-changing political environment. Experience with VAN and a familiarity with other standard organizing and advocacy tools a plus. Must be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, while prioritizing important issues. Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires occasional evening and weekend work. Ability to travel up to 10% of the time. Must be diligent, with extremely strong attention to detail and a commitment to high-quality and timely work product and processes.  Strong interest in and knowledge of the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement.   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.  Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Policy and Political Affairs Program Manager
    Position Summary: The Program Manager for the Policy and Political Affairs Division reports directly to the Senior Vice President of Policy and Political Affairs and the Director of Strategic Initiatives. The Program Manager is responsible for providing administrative and other support to the SVP for Policy and Political Affairs, the Director of Strategic Initiatives and the division.   Position Responsibilities: Manage all administrative support for the Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affairs and the Director of Strategic Initiatives, including scheduling meetings, travel and appointments.  Work closely with the Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affairs and the Director of Strategic Initiatives on the annual budgets for the Policy and Political Affairs Division. This includes compiling monthly financial reports, monitoring division spending, and processing payments. Train and provide support for the assistants and coordinators in the Policy and Political Affairs Division and assist them in coordinating the department and organization’s priorities. Work with the PAC Director on political fundraising activities, including tracking political contributions and coordinating with local volunteers on fundraising events for HRC PAC-endorsed candidates. Work with the Government Affairs team to coordinate lobby day events and other duties as requested by the Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affairs. Provide support for the Public Policy Committee board members through notice of monthly meetings, agendas and minutes; scheduling of monthly conference calls; and maintenance of the committee roster. Both support and help manage multiple projects across the department, including potential engagement with the planning of electoral and advocacy work in states and federally and other cross-division initiatives. Assist with HRC Board meeting preparation, including compiling draft Board reports and coordinating presentations and speaking invitations to Board events. Work with Field, Government Affairs, Legal and PAC coordinators/assistants to recruit, train and manage a team of political interns. Assist with researching topics in regards to public policy, etc. Assist Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affairs and the Director of Strategic Initiatives with other special projects Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience with two to four years of experience as an Executive/Administrative Assistant, scheduler or project manager. Should have a high level of expertise or the ability to acquire a high level of expertise in Microsoft Office Applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point) and other computer applications such as Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive). Excellent research, writing, editing and oral communications skills. Ability to adapt to an ever-changing political environment. Experience with VAN and a familiarity with other standard organizing and advocacy tools a plus. Must be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, while prioritizing important issues. Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires occasional evening and weekend work. Ability to travel up to 10% of the time. Must be diligent, with extremely strong attention to detail and a commitment to high-quality and timely work product and processes.  Strong interest in and knowledge of the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement.   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.  Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Staff Accountant
    Position Summary: The Staff Accountant performs various accounting functions for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRCF). Specific duties of the position include:   Revenue: Assist with revenue-related tasks: Record various revenue streams in the General Ledger (GL). Properly record restricted revenue. Record and reconcile all investment activity in the GL. Serve as backup to Revenue Specialist Assist with grant-related duties, such as: Review all expenditures to ensure proper use of grant and project codes. Record restricted income and releases, including grant revenue. Assist with reporting requirements for grant expenditures.  Set up new grant/project codes, and communicate to users. Update grant tracking and reporting system; streamline processes where applicable. Maintain a grant reporting calendar Generate invoices and assist with collections Prepare monthly GL reconciliations and ensure that discrepancies are resolved in a timely manner. Adhere to monthly closing process, particularly meeting deadlines.    Accounting and Administrative Responsibilities: Participate in and assist with accounting projects, including implementation of accounting software upgrades, annual audits and management reporting. Prepare detailed schedules for annual audit and the IRS form 990 tax return. Maintain and monitor department calendars for deliverables and deadlines. Maintain and/or manage the Finance Department’s permanent files including current state registrations, bank account information, journal entries, reconciliations, audited financial statements, tax returns and all regulatory filings. Coordinate the ongoing maintenance of the Finance Department Accounting Policies and Procedures manual. Coordinate and schedule trainings for new and current HRC employees regarding financial processes and procedures, update training materials, prepare presentations, etc. Provide assistance to supervisor, Controller and Finance Director, as needed, and assist with general workload. Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Business or related field and working knowledge of GAAP are strongly preferred. Two to four years of relevant work experience in a nonprofit is preferred. Customer service skills to manage difficult client/customer situations, respond promptly to customer needs, solicit customer feedback to improve service, respond to requests for service and assistance, meet commitments and follow up on obtaining reports and documentation from staff. Communicates effectively and professionally with vendors and everyone within the organization. Confidentiality—discretion and ability to maintain confidentiality. Flexibility with work schedule--this position requires evening and weekend work during peak periods. Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ rights.  Detail oriented with excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Solid writing skills. Excellent time and self-management skills, ability to prioritize and multitask to meet deadlines, often under pressure. Must be able to work independently, assist other members of the finance department and demonstrate an ability to collaborate cross-departmentally.  Knowledge and strong understanding of proper accounting controls. Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word and demonstrated intermediate to advanced expertise with Microsoft Excel), Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive).     All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Staff Accountant
    Position Summary: The Staff Accountant performs various accounting functions for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRCF). Specific duties of the position include:   Revenue: Assist with revenue-related tasks: Record various revenue streams in the General Ledger (GL). Properly record restricted revenue. Record and reconcile all investment activity in the GL. Serve as backup to Revenue Specialist Assist with grant-related duties, such as: Review all expenditures to ensure proper use of grant and project codes. Record restricted income and releases, including grant revenue. Assist with reporting requirements for grant expenditures.  Set up new grant/project codes, and communicate to users. Update grant tracking and reporting system; streamline processes where applicable. Maintain a grant reporting calendar Generate invoices and assist with collections Prepare monthly GL reconciliations and ensure that discrepancies are resolved in a timely manner. Adhere to monthly closing process, particularly meeting deadlines.    Accounting and Administrative Responsibilities: Participate in and assist with accounting projects, including implementation of accounting software upgrades, annual audits and management reporting. Prepare detailed schedules for annual audit and the IRS form 990 tax return. Maintain and monitor department calendars for deliverables and deadlines. Maintain and/or manage the Finance Department’s permanent files including current state registrations, bank account information, journal entries, reconciliations, audited financial statements, tax returns and all regulatory filings. Coordinate the ongoing maintenance of the Finance Department Accounting Policies and Procedures manual. Coordinate and schedule trainings for new and current HRC employees regarding financial processes and procedures, update training materials, prepare presentations, etc. Provide assistance to supervisor, Controller and Finance Director, as needed, and assist with general workload. Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Business or related field and working knowledge of GAAP are strongly preferred. Two to four years of relevant work experience in a nonprofit is preferred. Customer service skills to manage difficult client/customer situations, respond promptly to customer needs, solicit customer feedback to improve service, respond to requests for service and assistance, meet commitments and follow up on obtaining reports and documentation from staff. Communicates effectively and professionally with vendors and everyone within the organization. Confidentiality—discretion and ability to maintain confidentiality. Flexibility with work schedule--this position requires evening and weekend work during peak periods. Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ rights.  Detail oriented with excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Solid writing skills. Excellent time and self-management skills, ability to prioritize and multitask to meet deadlines, often under pressure. Must be able to work independently, assist other members of the finance department and demonstrate an ability to collaborate cross-departmentally.  Knowledge and strong understanding of proper accounting controls. Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word and demonstrated intermediate to advanced expertise with Microsoft Excel), Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive).     All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Campaign Director- Equality Initiative
    Position Summary:   The Pro-Equality States Campaign Initiative is the Human Rights Campaign’s effort to develop a state member and supporter organizing and election effort and to educate, identify and leverage the LGBTQ and pro-equality vote in elections, in addition to moving this critical block to make an impact in support of pro-equality candidates down the ballot.  The Campaign Director of the Equality Initiative will set goals and strategy, develop tactics and oversee the execution of HRC’s States Equality Initiative.   The Campaign Director will work with departments throughout the organization to coordinate and execute the program’s strategic plan and meet associated objectives.  A critical element of the Campaign Director’s position will be to communicate with HRC leadership, board members and other senior staff as necessary on the establishment of program’s key goals and related progress.   This position reports to the Senior Vice President of Policy and Political Affairs and is a temporary full-time position that ends on January 31, 2019.     Position Responsibilities:   Develop strategic plan for the State Equality Initiative. Set program objectives and oversee coordination between HRC staff and hiring and management of consultants to assist with achieving those objectives. Manage all aspects of the program's budget development, monitoring, and oversight. Manage external partnerships as needed and appropriate for the program. Develop and manage cross-organizational strategic engagement and communication around the program’s efforts and related progress. Analyze and leverage existing assets of HRC to develop and fulfill the program’s goals, to include: foundation programs, membership data, donor base, grassroots infrastructure, and communications tools. Travel as needed to HRC-sponsored events. Work closely with the office of the general counsel to ensure compliance with election laws. Seek new opportunities and responsibilities as they arise. Represent HRC and HRC's efforts in the State Equality Initiative through media interviews, presentations at major conferences, and participating in relevant coalitions, committees, and boards. Work closely with the Development team to fund and expand HRC's efforts by presenting to existing and potential donors about the program’s efforts. Work with the Membership and Communications teams to develop messaging and strategies to expand, educate and engage HRC's membership. High value placed on innovation and testing of programs including knowledge of cutting edge approaches, tools and concepts for expanding, organizing and engaging members and supporters. As the primary supervisor for junior and mid-level staff, the Director must be able to mentor and guide other staff while being able to help staff deliver their full potential, including when applicable, interviewing, hiring, conducting performance reviews, coaching, motivating and instructing. Other duties as assigned.     Position Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent work experience. Ten years of relevant work experience in the areas of political campaigns and advocacy required. Ten years of direct management experience building/leading highly effective teams required. Ability to develop and manage department-wide budget. A proven track record of taking initiative and showing leadership in the workplace. Must be a strategic thinker with sound judgment and political acumen. Excellent interpersonal skills with strong ability to influence others and build a collaborative environment. Ability to foster relationships with external allies, decision makers, and stakeholders; to work in both a team atmosphere and independently; and to meet internal and external demands in a fast-paced environment. Excellent verbal and written communication skills for a wide range of audiences. Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel) and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive); Ability to analyze and solve problems either independently or within a cross-functional team environment. Ability to travel, with an expanding program a potential for more travel within the first year of the program. Flexibility with work schedule; this position may require occasional evening and weekend work. Strong commitment to and interest in the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement and a working knowledge of LGBTQ issues.   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Campaign Director- Equality Initiative
    Position Summary:   The Pro-Equality States Campaign Initiative is the Human Rights Campaign’s effort to develop a state member and supporter organizing and election effort and to educate, identify and leverage the LGBTQ and pro-equality vote in elections, in addition to moving this critical block to make an impact in support of pro-equality candidates down the ballot.  The Campaign Director of the Equality Initiative will set goals and strategy, develop tactics and oversee the execution of HRC’s States Equality Initiative.   The Campaign Director will work with departments throughout the organization to coordinate and execute the program’s strategic plan and meet associated objectives.  A critical element of the Campaign Director’s position will be to communicate with HRC leadership, board members and other senior staff as necessary on the establishment of program’s key goals and related progress.   This position reports to the Senior Vice President of Policy and Political Affairs and is a temporary full-time position that ends on January 31, 2019.     Position Responsibilities:   Develop strategic plan for the State Equality Initiative. Set program objectives and oversee coordination between HRC staff and hiring and management of consultants to assist with achieving those objectives. Manage all aspects of the program's budget development, monitoring, and oversight. Manage external partnerships as needed and appropriate for the program. Develop and manage cross-organizational strategic engagement and communication around the program’s efforts and related progress. Analyze and leverage existing assets of HRC to develop and fulfill the program’s goals, to include: foundation programs, membership data, donor base, grassroots infrastructure, and communications tools. Travel as needed to HRC-sponsored events. Work closely with the office of the general counsel to ensure compliance with election laws. Seek new opportunities and responsibilities as they arise. Represent HRC and HRC's efforts in the State Equality Initiative through media interviews, presentations at major conferences, and participating in relevant coalitions, committees, and boards. Work closely with the Development team to fund and expand HRC's efforts by presenting to existing and potential donors about the program’s efforts. Work with the Membership and Communications teams to develop messaging and strategies to expand, educate and engage HRC's membership. High value placed on innovation and testing of programs including knowledge of cutting edge approaches, tools and concepts for expanding, organizing and engaging members and supporters. As the primary supervisor for junior and mid-level staff, the Director must be able to mentor and guide other staff while being able to help staff deliver their full potential, including when applicable, interviewing, hiring, conducting performance reviews, coaching, motivating and instructing. Other duties as assigned.     Position Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent work experience. Ten years of relevant work experience in the areas of political campaigns and advocacy required. Ten years of direct management experience building/leading highly effective teams required. Ability to develop and manage department-wide budget. A proven track record of taking initiative and showing leadership in the workplace. Must be a strategic thinker with sound judgment and political acumen. Excellent interpersonal skills with strong ability to influence others and build a collaborative environment. Ability to foster relationships with external allies, decision makers, and stakeholders; to work in both a team atmosphere and independently; and to meet internal and external demands in a fast-paced environment. Excellent verbal and written communication skills for a wide range of audiences. Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel) and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive); Ability to analyze and solve problems either independently or within a cross-functional team environment. Ability to travel, with an expanding program a potential for more travel within the first year of the program. Flexibility with work schedule; this position may require occasional evening and weekend work. Strong commitment to and interest in the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement and a working knowledge of LGBTQ issues.   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
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