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Dr. Sharon H. Porter Greetings Waldorf NAPW! I am Dr. Sharon H. Porter, Educator, Author, and Speaker. I am compiling my second anthology "Women Who Lead: Extraordinary Women With Extraordinary Achievements". I am in search of 20 women to serve as contributing authors. There is an informational call scheduled for Monday, July 24 8 PM ET. Please email womenwholeadanthology@gmail.com if you would like the details for the call.
  • Jul 18, 2017
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    Tammy L.S. 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 L.S. 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:
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    Tammy L.S. Wright info@abcfitnessandspa.net

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    Events

    Aug 30
    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"
    Oct 19
    WALDORF LOCAL NAPW | OCT | CELEBRATE THE WINS
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    Career Opportunities

    Senior Compliance Officer
    When an organization's regulatory compliance policies are thoughtfully crafted, clearly articulated, and uniformly implemented, the organization is put in a position to succeed. In furtherance of this goal, the Sierra Club is looking for a new Senior Compliance Officer to direct, administer and coordinate activities to ensure the Sierra Club programs are in compliance with all applicable state and federal regulations and reporting requirements regarding the use and application of 501 (c)(3), 501(c)(4), Voter Education (527) and PAC funds.   Do you know the ins-and-outs of non-profit compliance among the various regulations which govern 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizations?  Do you have a demonstrated track record of educating stakeholders about regulatory compliance and the use of voter education and PAC funds?  Are you ready to help protect the planet by ensuring adherence to FEC regulations and the legal framework governing non-profit organizations? If so, consider applying for the position of Senior Compliance Officer with the Sierra Club national offices. For full details and to apply: http://bit.ly/2is3G0b
    Senior Compliance Officer
    When an organization's regulatory compliance policies are thoughtfully crafted, clearly articulated, and uniformly implemented, the organization is put in a position to succeed. In furtherance of this goal, the Sierra Club is looking for a new Senior Compliance Officer to direct, administer and coordinate activities to ensure the Sierra Club programs are in compliance with all applicable state and federal regulations and reporting requirements regarding the use and application of 501 (c)(3), 501(c)(4), Voter Education (527) and PAC funds.   Do you know the ins-and-outs of non-profit compliance among the various regulations which govern 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizations?  Do you have a demonstrated track record of educating stakeholders about regulatory compliance and the use of voter education and PAC funds?  Are you ready to help protect the planet by ensuring adherence to FEC regulations and the legal framework governing non-profit organizations? If so, consider applying for the position of Senior Compliance Officer with the Sierra Club national offices. For full details and to apply: http://bit.ly/2is3G0b
    Political Research Manager
    To apply, please visit www.hrc.org/careers   Position Summary: The Political Research Manager will report to the Political Research Director and is responsible for managing individual long-term research projects that support HRC’s political, legislative and educational objectives at the federal and state level and for providing rapid-response research as needed by the organization.     Position Responsibilities:   Assume responsibility for specified federal and state research projects as assigned by the Political Research Director.   Must be capable of developing priorities, evaluating tactics and developing underlying research in support of political objections.  Prepare research reports in various formats based on needs of other HRC departments. As requested, perform rapid-response research to meet immediate political, legislative and other organizational needs. Able to perform public-records research projects from start to finish, sometimes working individually and sometimes collaboratively, to simplify very complex issues into factual and concise narratives. Propose independent research projects and public-facing research-based products that may advance organizational objectives. Identify local research opportunities and travel to perform on-the-ground research collection as necessary Possess and maintain a strong knowledge of current events such as federal and state legislative agenda, judicial activity, political news, and other matters affecting LGBTQ communities. Quickly read, analyze and format news clips, state and federal votes, campaign finance reports, corporate filings, public government records, legal records or related items into reports or briefings for both internal and public use.   Monitor and extract key points from local and national news. Represent HRC within the research community on collaborative efforts. Perform additional specific research responsibilities, as directed. Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience, and 2-3 years of political research, campaign, government, or legal experience; Creative thinker who also approaches subject matter with an open and critical mind to find new details that haven’t been discovered and asks questions after searching for an answer; Excellent written and verbal communications skills to construct fact-based narratives that contribute to achieving communications and policy goals;  Self-motivated and can create research products based on an understanding of overall project goals, with the ability to meet strict deadlines and take direction to help shape ideas; Ability to juggle multiple projects at once, to keep pace with the 24-hour news cycle, and work quickly and accurately. Has the situational awareness to set priorities within the assigned work portfolio; Impeccable attention to detail and strong organizational skills, high-level proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; Specific knowledge of Lexis-Nexis, campaign finance databases, the legislative process, federal and state-level vote analysis, statistical data gathering, and primary source materials; Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word and Outlook), Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive), and social media; Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires frequent evening and weekend work to respond to breaking news; Ability to travel 5-10% of the time; Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ rights required.     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.
    Political Research Manager
    To apply, please visit www.hrc.org/careers   Position Summary: The Political Research Manager will report to the Political Research Director and is responsible for managing individual long-term research projects that support HRC’s political, legislative and educational objectives at the federal and state level and for providing rapid-response research as needed by the organization.     Position Responsibilities:   Assume responsibility for specified federal and state research projects as assigned by the Political Research Director.   Must be capable of developing priorities, evaluating tactics and developing underlying research in support of political objections.  Prepare research reports in various formats based on needs of other HRC departments. As requested, perform rapid-response research to meet immediate political, legislative and other organizational needs. Able to perform public-records research projects from start to finish, sometimes working individually and sometimes collaboratively, to simplify very complex issues into factual and concise narratives. Propose independent research projects and public-facing research-based products that may advance organizational objectives. Identify local research opportunities and travel to perform on-the-ground research collection as necessary Possess and maintain a strong knowledge of current events such as federal and state legislative agenda, judicial activity, political news, and other matters affecting LGBTQ communities. Quickly read, analyze and format news clips, state and federal votes, campaign finance reports, corporate filings, public government records, legal records or related items into reports or briefings for both internal and public use.   Monitor and extract key points from local and national news. Represent HRC within the research community on collaborative efforts. Perform additional specific research responsibilities, as directed. Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience, and 2-3 years of political research, campaign, government, or legal experience; Creative thinker who also approaches subject matter with an open and critical mind to find new details that haven’t been discovered and asks questions after searching for an answer; Excellent written and verbal communications skills to construct fact-based narratives that contribute to achieving communications and policy goals;  Self-motivated and can create research products based on an understanding of overall project goals, with the ability to meet strict deadlines and take direction to help shape ideas; Ability to juggle multiple projects at once, to keep pace with the 24-hour news cycle, and work quickly and accurately. Has the situational awareness to set priorities within the assigned work portfolio; Impeccable attention to detail and strong organizational skills, high-level proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; Specific knowledge of Lexis-Nexis, campaign finance databases, the legislative process, federal and state-level vote analysis, statistical data gathering, and primary source materials; Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word and Outlook), Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive), and social media; Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires frequent evening and weekend work to respond to breaking news; Ability to travel 5-10% of the time; Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ rights required.     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.
    Community Inclusion Manager
    Position Summary: The Community Inclusion Manager will serve as an integral member of the Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) department to ensure that HRC governors and steering committee members have the strategic direction, guidance and support needed to meet the diversity, inclusion and engagement goals of the organization.    Position Responsibilities: Provide direct guidance, onboarding and ongoing support to members of HRC’s Board of Governors and steering committee Community Engagement Co-Chairs and sub-committees to develop and implement clearly defined D&I programs, strategies, and action plans. Coordinate and support HRC’s National Board of Governors diversity & inclusion Co-chairs and committee Partner with other HRC staff working with board and steering committees to extend training to volunteers and boards. Manage systems to monitor goals and benchmarks and ensure accountability, tracking, and monitoring of steering committee and governors D&I efforts and impact. Work with the Director of Diversity & Inclusion and the Field team to provide support around the development, execution and tracking of progress towards achieving annual steering committee community engagement goals for each steering committee. Provide coaching to develop culturally competent volunteers who are able to embrace and embody the core principles and practices of diversity and inclusion that are critical to our organizational success. Prepare and deliver engaging/effective in-person and online training, presentations and discussions on a wide variety of diversity and inclusion topics. Help prepare periodic reports to senior HRC leaders. Inspire volunteers to achieve new levels of D&I expertise, confidence, and productivity. Keep abreast of HRC’s climate by regularly talking with all stakeholders. Represent HRC at various community, civic, and professional meetings and conferences as requested. Provide organizational support to implement internal D&I goals. Other duties as assigned.      Position Qualifications: Commitment to LGBTQ equality is required. Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) and minimum three years related experience. Candidates with substantially greater experience will be considered for hiring at a senior level. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience with public speaking, facilitation and training & development of diversity and inclusion initiatives. Foundational knowledge about racial and gender justice issues, and inclusion concepts like intersectionality required. Demonstrated cultural competency across multiple communities. Experience working within underrepresented/marginalized communities a plus. Well-organized, detail-oriented, goal-driven and confirmed ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects with a positive attitude, meeting tight deadlines in a fast-paced, highly-collaborative environment. Must be self-motivated. High emotional intelligence and ability to negotiate through conflict. Excellent active listening skills. Strong project management skills. The ability to maintain confidentiality, strong professional ethics and business acumen are required. Ability to effectively work across a wide variety of constituency groups (including volunteers and donors) and organize support for goals and plans. Ability to function with a high level of independence and to work collaboratively. Excellent judgment, political sensitivity and the ability to act collaboratively and discreetly. Exceptional time-management skills, work ethic and ability to work under tight deadlines and multi-task. Ability to create and maintain relationships with national and local LGBTQ groups and organizations from all communities. Ability to effectively use a variety of computer programs including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Access, Google Apps, Project and other applications, including web-based tools Fluent Spanish is a plus. This position requires a willingness, ability and flexibility to regularly work hours that vary from standard office hours, including weekends and evenings to support events and meetings. Some travel is required, including weekends.     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.
    Community Inclusion Manager
    Position Summary: The Community Inclusion Manager will serve as an integral member of the Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) department to ensure that HRC governors and steering committee members have the strategic direction, guidance and support needed to meet the diversity, inclusion and engagement goals of the organization.    Position Responsibilities: Provide direct guidance, onboarding and ongoing support to members of HRC’s Board of Governors and steering committee Community Engagement Co-Chairs and sub-committees to develop and implement clearly defined D&I programs, strategies, and action plans. Coordinate and support HRC’s National Board of Governors diversity & inclusion Co-chairs and committee Partner with other HRC staff working with board and steering committees to extend training to volunteers and boards. Manage systems to monitor goals and benchmarks and ensure accountability, tracking, and monitoring of steering committee and governors D&I efforts and impact. Work with the Director of Diversity & Inclusion and the Field team to provide support around the development, execution and tracking of progress towards achieving annual steering committee community engagement goals for each steering committee. Provide coaching to develop culturally competent volunteers who are able to embrace and embody the core principles and practices of diversity and inclusion that are critical to our organizational success. Prepare and deliver engaging/effective in-person and online training, presentations and discussions on a wide variety of diversity and inclusion topics. Help prepare periodic reports to senior HRC leaders. Inspire volunteers to achieve new levels of D&I expertise, confidence, and productivity. Keep abreast of HRC’s climate by regularly talking with all stakeholders. Represent HRC at various community, civic, and professional meetings and conferences as requested. Provide organizational support to implement internal D&I goals. Other duties as assigned.      Position Qualifications: Commitment to LGBTQ equality is required. Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) and minimum three years related experience. Candidates with substantially greater experience will be considered for hiring at a senior level. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience with public speaking, facilitation and training & development of diversity and inclusion initiatives. Foundational knowledge about racial and gender justice issues, and inclusion concepts like intersectionality required. Demonstrated cultural competency across multiple communities. Experience working within underrepresented/marginalized communities a plus. Well-organized, detail-oriented, goal-driven and confirmed ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects with a positive attitude, meeting tight deadlines in a fast-paced, highly-collaborative environment. Must be self-motivated. High emotional intelligence and ability to negotiate through conflict. Excellent active listening skills. Strong project management skills. The ability to maintain confidentiality, strong professional ethics and business acumen are required. Ability to effectively work across a wide variety of constituency groups (including volunteers and donors) and organize support for goals and plans. Ability to function with a high level of independence and to work collaboratively. Excellent judgment, political sensitivity and the ability to act collaboratively and discreetly. Exceptional time-management skills, work ethic and ability to work under tight deadlines and multi-task. Ability to create and maintain relationships with national and local LGBTQ groups and organizations from all communities. Ability to effectively use a variety of computer programs including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Access, Google Apps, Project and other applications, including web-based tools Fluent Spanish is a plus. This position requires a willingness, ability and flexibility to regularly work hours that vary from standard office hours, including weekends and evenings to support events and meetings. Some travel is required, including weekends.     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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