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  • 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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    Career Opportunities

    Senior Litigation Council
    The Senior Litigation Counsel is a part-time position that reports to the Legal Director and provides responsive, comprehensive and high-quality legal services to all programs, activities, and operations of the Human Rights Campaign and its educational affiliate HRC Foundation (jointly “HRC”).  The Senior Litigation Counsel’s principal clients are the Policy and Political Affairs Division and the HRC Foundation. This position is responsible for working directly with the Legal Director to provide amicus advocacy, legal analysis and research, as well as maintain and build collaborative relationships with pro bono counsel and with coalition partners working on litigation.  The Senior Litigation Counsel will coordinate with the Workplace Program and the Children, Youth, & Families Program on strategic amicus advocacy. Additionally, the Senior Litigation Counsel will provide advice and counsel, research and writing as necessary to provide legal resources to HRC’s other departments including the Communications Department.   Position Responsibilities: Provides legal analysis and memoranda on litigation and court decisions. Tracks litigation of relevance to the LGBTQ community ensures that staff is provided regular and timely updates. Drafts blog postings and press releases about litigation activity. Provides strategic assistance on amicus strategy and process as well as amicus brief content. Assists HRC’s Legal Director with media requests. Maintains relationships with organizations /constituents involved in litigation.  Works with HRC staff and coalition partners to develop specific plans to bring strategic voices and relationships to amicus advocacy. Assists in maintaining a clearinghouse of litigation related materials, including briefing papers, talking points, fact sheets, etc. on various LGBTQ related topics. Other duties as assigned. Position Qualifications: A Law degree from an accredited law school.  At least 5 years’ experience in full-time relevant work or a combination of full-time and part-time relevant work totaling a minimum of 5 years. Demonstrated record of successful litigation work.  Highly organized, detail oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.  Excellent verbal, spoken and written communication skills, computer and internet proficient. A background or experience in LGBTQ rights is preferred.
    Senior Litigation Council
    The Senior Litigation Counsel is a part-time position that reports to the Legal Director and provides responsive, comprehensive and high-quality legal services to all programs, activities, and operations of the Human Rights Campaign and its educational affiliate HRC Foundation (jointly “HRC”).  The Senior Litigation Counsel’s principal clients are the Policy and Political Affairs Division and the HRC Foundation. This position is responsible for working directly with the Legal Director to provide amicus advocacy, legal analysis and research, as well as maintain and build collaborative relationships with pro bono counsel and with coalition partners working on litigation.  The Senior Litigation Counsel will coordinate with the Workplace Program and the Children, Youth, & Families Program on strategic amicus advocacy. Additionally, the Senior Litigation Counsel will provide advice and counsel, research and writing as necessary to provide legal resources to HRC’s other departments including the Communications Department.   Position Responsibilities: Provides legal analysis and memoranda on litigation and court decisions. Tracks litigation of relevance to the LGBTQ community ensures that staff is provided regular and timely updates. Drafts blog postings and press releases about litigation activity. Provides strategic assistance on amicus strategy and process as well as amicus brief content. Assists HRC’s Legal Director with media requests. Maintains relationships with organizations /constituents involved in litigation.  Works with HRC staff and coalition partners to develop specific plans to bring strategic voices and relationships to amicus advocacy. Assists in maintaining a clearinghouse of litigation related materials, including briefing papers, talking points, fact sheets, etc. on various LGBTQ related topics. Other duties as assigned. Position Qualifications: A Law degree from an accredited law school.  At least 5 years’ experience in full-time relevant work or a combination of full-time and part-time relevant work totaling a minimum of 5 years. Demonstrated record of successful litigation work.  Highly organized, detail oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.  Excellent verbal, spoken and written communication skills, computer and internet proficient. A background or experience in LGBTQ rights is preferred.
    Senior Writer
    Position Summary: The Senior Writer a full-time position reporting directly to the Director of Public Education & Research and will work across the organization to develop highly shareable content on issues that impact lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community members. Areas of focus will include: children, youth, parenting, workplace, HIV/AIDS, stigma, marriage, religion, faith, transgender populations, education, adoption, foster care, bullying, people of color communities, health, aging, homelessness, and more. As a member of the Foundation’s Research team, the Senior Writer will create content that connects thoughtful analysis of data and research with personal stories and creative messaging that engages new audiences in their work. Position Responsibilities: ● Work with program directors to strategize, manage, and create cross-departmental public education materials (e.g. reports, guides, blogs, fact sheets, etc.). ● Create an editorial calendar, a story-banking database, op-eds and blog posts, public education scripts for videos, and social media posts. ● Interview individuals and families with the goal of curating content for a wide variety of uses in the organization, including advocacy and policy work, online membership engagement – including social media, and media efforts. ● Work with Foundation staff to enhance online content and to measure its effectiveness, suggesting ways to improve messaging for increased engagement. ● Work with in-house researcher to create and manage regular reporting that measures the effectiveness of public education efforts. ● Work with program directors and HRC’s communications staff to execute social media plans around major events, including the release of new reports. ● Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements: ● Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience plus four years’ experience content writing (strong preference for five to seven years’ experience content writing). ● Superior writing, editing, and grammatical skills. ● Strong familiarity with LGBTQ advocacy or other progressive advocacy preferred. ● Excellent investigative and communication skills, with experience in social media and multimedia. ● Computer skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook), Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive) ● Facility with different storytelling approaches. ● Organized, flexible, attentive to detail, self-starter, and problem-solver. ● Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, handle multiple priorities simultaneously, and work effectively in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment ● Able to work independently and on teams and to meet deadlines. ● Experience in and ability to organize content in clear, concise, accessible ways. ● Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to others. ● Experience using video and photography to tell stories highly desirable. *We require a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to apply for this job.   Please apply at:    https://hrc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=253&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=992457&company_id=16928&version=1&byBusinessUnit=NULL&bycountry=0&bystate=0&byRegion=NULL&bylocation=NULL&keywords=&byCat=&proximityCountry=&postalCode=&radiusDistance=&isKilometers=&tosearch=yes&city=​
    Senior Writer
    Position Summary: The Senior Writer a full-time position reporting directly to the Director of Public Education & Research and will work across the organization to develop highly shareable content on issues that impact lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community members. Areas of focus will include: children, youth, parenting, workplace, HIV/AIDS, stigma, marriage, religion, faith, transgender populations, education, adoption, foster care, bullying, people of color communities, health, aging, homelessness, and more. As a member of the Foundation’s Research team, the Senior Writer will create content that connects thoughtful analysis of data and research with personal stories and creative messaging that engages new audiences in their work. Position Responsibilities: ● Work with program directors to strategize, manage, and create cross-departmental public education materials (e.g. reports, guides, blogs, fact sheets, etc.). ● Create an editorial calendar, a story-banking database, op-eds and blog posts, public education scripts for videos, and social media posts. ● Interview individuals and families with the goal of curating content for a wide variety of uses in the organization, including advocacy and policy work, online membership engagement – including social media, and media efforts. ● Work with Foundation staff to enhance online content and to measure its effectiveness, suggesting ways to improve messaging for increased engagement. ● Work with in-house researcher to create and manage regular reporting that measures the effectiveness of public education efforts. ● Work with program directors and HRC’s communications staff to execute social media plans around major events, including the release of new reports. ● Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements: ● Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience plus four years’ experience content writing (strong preference for five to seven years’ experience content writing). ● Superior writing, editing, and grammatical skills. ● Strong familiarity with LGBTQ advocacy or other progressive advocacy preferred. ● Excellent investigative and communication skills, with experience in social media and multimedia. ● Computer skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook), Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive) ● Facility with different storytelling approaches. ● Organized, flexible, attentive to detail, self-starter, and problem-solver. ● Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, handle multiple priorities simultaneously, and work effectively in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment ● Able to work independently and on teams and to meet deadlines. ● Experience in and ability to organize content in clear, concise, accessible ways. ● Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to others. ● Experience using video and photography to tell stories highly desirable. *We require a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to apply for this job.   Please apply at:    https://hrc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=253&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=992457&company_id=16928&version=1&byBusinessUnit=NULL&bycountry=0&bystate=0&byRegion=NULL&bylocation=NULL&keywords=&byCat=&proximityCountry=&postalCode=&radiusDistance=&isKilometers=&tosearch=yes&city=​
    Senior Program Manager, Step 4-7
    JOB DESCRIPTION Title:                    Senior Program Manager, Step 4-7 Status:                Full Time Reports to:         Director, Programs Division   Organization Description The School-Based Health Alliance is the national voice for school-based health care (SBHC). Founded in 1995 to promote and support the SBHC model, the School-Based Health Alliance’s mission is to improve the health status of children and youth by advancing and advocating for school-based health care. We advocate for national policies, programs, and funding to expand and strengthen SBHCs, while also supporting the movement with training and technical assistance.    Position Description The Senior Program Manager is a member of the Alliance’s Programs Division, which is responsible for implementing the organization’s national school-based health care technical assistance and training agenda. The Senior Program Manager is responsible for developing and implementing an initiative to infuse Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment, an evidence-based practice, in school-based health centers. The program description, management duties, and responsibilities are listed below.   Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) in School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs):  This initiative’s focus is twofold:  1. Develop and implement a learning collaborative (LC) with SBHC sponsor organizations to use SBIRT as the vehicle to identify, prevent and reduce substance use and depression in youth, contributing to student achievement outcomes including increased attendance and fewer disciplinary actions. 2. Develop, implement, and promote an online compendium with extensive resources and tools that all SBHCs can use to implement SBIRT in their schools. This work requires engagement of a wide variety of partners, including but not limited to the following: health, education, community-based treatment, restorative justice, and state and local level partners.   Responsibilities ·        Manage the Learning Collaborative (LC) including development, launch, trainings, site selection, and site-base team development. ·        Develop content for training curriculum, compendium, LC calls, site visits. Examples of training content include: components of SBIRT, motivational interviewing techniques with youth, the use and interpretation of the CRAFFT and PHQ-9 screening tools into the SBHC work flow; youth development strategies; team building and buy-in; and coding and billing for SBIRT.  ·        Deliver intensive on-site trainings to kick-off learning collaborative teams. ·        Provide virtual learning opportunities and technical assistance to sites. ·        Enhance the SBHC Data Portal to enable data collection and report management by working with the Research and Evaluation Team on technical development and implementation. ·        Supervise Administrative Assistant. ·        Engage the Alliance’s Youth Advisory Council to assist with compendium development. ·        Convene and manage a project advisory group. ·        Develop and promote marketing plan for online compendium. ·        Manage project budget. ·        Manage and schedule all calls and meetings with agendas and follow-up. ·        Represent the Alliance to Conrad Hilton Foundation and evaluators. ·        Manage grant deliverables. ·        Oversee project consultants. ·        Prepare report to project officer. ·        Prepare performance narratives and reports. ·        Represent SBIRT work to the field, such as on webinars and workshops at conferences. ·        Summarize performance, progress, and successes associated with program for dissemination. ·        Collaborate with the Alliance Communications team for development of program content organization’s website.   Other Responsibilities ·        Over time, manage additional programs. ·        Foster collaborative relationships with representatives of partner organizations, state SBHC affiliates, SBHC sponsoring agencies, school districts, and national health organizations and regional affiliates. ·        Work with the Communications Manager on project communications and dissemination activities.  ·        Represent the School-Based Health Alliance at related trainings, conferences, and meetings. ·        Manage workshop content for annual convention, and other duties as assigned.   The individual will perform other work-related duties as requested and assist with other tasks related to accomplishing the goals of projects/grants. The School-Based Health Alliance operates as a cohesive collaborative team and the program manager will be expected to be actively engaged, work closely with, and function as a part of the team.   Qualifications Master degree preferred, in School Counseling, Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Public Health, or related field. Five to seven years of combined related experience, with at least two years multiple project or program management.  Experience supervising staff. Strong planning, organization, and time management skills. Knowledge of or experience in school-based health care, SBIRT and/or adolescent substance misuse. Knowledge of or experience in motivational interviewing preferred. Extensive experience with training, technical assistance, and meeting facilitation. Experience working with minority and underserved communities strongly preferred. Experience working with schools and /or education agencies, school based health center experience preferred. Experience with grants management, budget oversight, and strategic planning. Experience developing partnerships at various levels (e.g. national, state, and/or local). Analytical thinking and excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work well with team members and project participants in a highly collaborative work environment. Ability to manage relationships with outside consultants and advisory groups. Ability to work independently with initiative to manage a high volume of work flow and deliverables. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Basecamp, preferred. Hours/Compensation ·        Full-time ·        Salary commensurate with experience, range is $70,000 – $75,056 ·        Full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, 401k, Metro subsidy   Contact Information Please email resume and cover letter to anewell@sbh4all.org with Senior Program Manager in subject line.
    Senior Program Manager, Step 4-7
    JOB DESCRIPTION Title:                    Senior Program Manager, Step 4-7 Status:                Full Time Reports to:         Director, Programs Division   Organization Description The School-Based Health Alliance is the national voice for school-based health care (SBHC). Founded in 1995 to promote and support the SBHC model, the School-Based Health Alliance’s mission is to improve the health status of children and youth by advancing and advocating for school-based health care. We advocate for national policies, programs, and funding to expand and strengthen SBHCs, while also supporting the movement with training and technical assistance.    Position Description The Senior Program Manager is a member of the Alliance’s Programs Division, which is responsible for implementing the organization’s national school-based health care technical assistance and training agenda. The Senior Program Manager is responsible for developing and implementing an initiative to infuse Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment, an evidence-based practice, in school-based health centers. The program description, management duties, and responsibilities are listed below.   Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) in School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs):  This initiative’s focus is twofold:  1. Develop and implement a learning collaborative (LC) with SBHC sponsor organizations to use SBIRT as the vehicle to identify, prevent and reduce substance use and depression in youth, contributing to student achievement outcomes including increased attendance and fewer disciplinary actions. 2. Develop, implement, and promote an online compendium with extensive resources and tools that all SBHCs can use to implement SBIRT in their schools. This work requires engagement of a wide variety of partners, including but not limited to the following: health, education, community-based treatment, restorative justice, and state and local level partners.   Responsibilities ·        Manage the Learning Collaborative (LC) including development, launch, trainings, site selection, and site-base team development. ·        Develop content for training curriculum, compendium, LC calls, site visits. Examples of training content include: components of SBIRT, motivational interviewing techniques with youth, the use and interpretation of the CRAFFT and PHQ-9 screening tools into the SBHC work flow; youth development strategies; team building and buy-in; and coding and billing for SBIRT.  ·        Deliver intensive on-site trainings to kick-off learning collaborative teams. ·        Provide virtual learning opportunities and technical assistance to sites. ·        Enhance the SBHC Data Portal to enable data collection and report management by working with the Research and Evaluation Team on technical development and implementation. ·        Supervise Administrative Assistant. ·        Engage the Alliance’s Youth Advisory Council to assist with compendium development. ·        Convene and manage a project advisory group. ·        Develop and promote marketing plan for online compendium. ·        Manage project budget. ·        Manage and schedule all calls and meetings with agendas and follow-up. ·        Represent the Alliance to Conrad Hilton Foundation and evaluators. ·        Manage grant deliverables. ·        Oversee project consultants. ·        Prepare report to project officer. ·        Prepare performance narratives and reports. ·        Represent SBIRT work to the field, such as on webinars and workshops at conferences. ·        Summarize performance, progress, and successes associated with program for dissemination. ·        Collaborate with the Alliance Communications team for development of program content organization’s website.   Other Responsibilities ·        Over time, manage additional programs. ·        Foster collaborative relationships with representatives of partner organizations, state SBHC affiliates, SBHC sponsoring agencies, school districts, and national health organizations and regional affiliates. ·        Work with the Communications Manager on project communications and dissemination activities.  ·        Represent the School-Based Health Alliance at related trainings, conferences, and meetings. ·        Manage workshop content for annual convention, and other duties as assigned.   The individual will perform other work-related duties as requested and assist with other tasks related to accomplishing the goals of projects/grants. The School-Based Health Alliance operates as a cohesive collaborative team and the program manager will be expected to be actively engaged, work closely with, and function as a part of the team.   Qualifications Master degree preferred, in School Counseling, Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Public Health, or related field. Five to seven years of combined related experience, with at least two years multiple project or program management.  Experience supervising staff. Strong planning, organization, and time management skills. Knowledge of or experience in school-based health care, SBIRT and/or adolescent substance misuse. Knowledge of or experience in motivational interviewing preferred. Extensive experience with training, technical assistance, and meeting facilitation. Experience working with minority and underserved communities strongly preferred. Experience working with schools and /or education agencies, school based health center experience preferred. Experience with grants management, budget oversight, and strategic planning. Experience developing partnerships at various levels (e.g. national, state, and/or local). Analytical thinking and excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work well with team members and project participants in a highly collaborative work environment. Ability to manage relationships with outside consultants and advisory groups. Ability to work independently with initiative to manage a high volume of work flow and deliverables. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Basecamp, preferred. Hours/Compensation ·        Full-time ·        Salary commensurate with experience, range is $70,000 – $75,056 ·        Full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, 401k, Metro subsidy   Contact Information Please email resume and cover letter to anewell@sbh4all.org with Senior Program Manager in subject line.
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