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Judith ("Judi") Lawrence Hi Ladies in Waldorf: So one might wonder, why is a notary company located in Pennsylvania writing to people based in Waldorf? The answer is simple…we want to help any of your Pennsylvania clients. We offer 24/7/365 Notary Services including weekends and holidays. One of the most important ways we can assist you is if you have a client who is vacationing or traveling in Pennsylvania and needs to close on an agreement or a property back in Waldorf. You would just call Center City Notary at 215-870-3103 and ask us about “Power Closing”. Our expert notaries will make sure the documents are signed and properly notarized. We will then scan the documents and email them to whomever you designate in Waldorf. That will include a Power of Attorney so that a representative can handle the closing. Important to note that the Power of Attorney is specific to the precise closing and cannot be used for anything else. The documents can then be overnighted. This can be done at our location or at a location of your choice. We also handle Apostilles nationwide which you can read about on our website. In addition, please check out our website for other services including but not limited to I-9 Verifications, Contracts and Deeds. Please feel free to message me for further information or just to say hi. Judith
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We offer a full ine of notary services, from apostiles, auto tags, car title transfers, notary, mobile and traveling 24 hour notary. We do Real Estate and Mortgage closings, Pow...
  • Oct 05, 2017
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    Tammy L.S. Wright Waldorf Chapter President is a presenting at this Women's Conference.
  • Sep 21, 2017 1 Comments
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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

    Chapter President

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    Tammy L.S. Wright info@abcfitnessandspa.net

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    Waldorf Chapter (Feb 2018): The Confidence Conundrum
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    Waldorf Chapter (Mar 2018): Stretch
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    Career Opportunities

    Climate Campaign Director
    Greenpeace is an amazing place to work if you want to make big change in the world. We have a dynamic US staff of 200 and offices in more than 50 countries with whom we collaborate closely. We take no funds from government or businesses, safeguarding our independence and ability to speak the truth and act boldly.  We recognize the importance of the moment: Ours is the first generation to experience the impacts of climate change and ecosystem destruction, and the last generation with a window of time to do something about it.   If you are world changer, Greenpeace needs you.  We are in search of a bold strategic, passionate and visionary individual  to lead our Climate Campaign.  This innovative and forward thinking leader will understand the urgency of the time, the geopolitical landscape and move rapidly to impact change through movement building and people power.    The Climate Campaign Director is responsible for the development of the long-term GPUS Climate Campaign Strategy, ensuring it aligns with the goals identified in Greenpeace’s Global Framework and that relevant campaign projects advance that strategy in measureable ways. The Director will serve as the public face and voice of climate work for Greenpeace US and as a  strategic advisor  and thought partner to program leadership and project teams .   Additionally they will understand the necessity for climate action to be interwoven with and translate across broader social movements, including inextricable interconnectedness to environmental justice.   This position reports to the Campaigns Director.   RESPONSIBILITIES   Work with a multi-functional team to develop medium and long term (5+ years) campaign strategies. Develop and communicate a compelling vision and strategy  for our climate work to staff, supporters, donors, and allies Provide "command intent" - a short, clear summary of the rationale for our work, that can be interpreted at any level of the organization. This should aid teams and individuals in prioritization and quick decision making. Serve as a strategic adviser to project teams and Programmatic Management Teams on climate issues. Ensure projects are aligned with long term campaign strategies. Provide regular hands-on support during project inception and launch, while empowering project teams to drive implementation. Work closely with project leaders to evaluate results and adjust approach as appropriate. Work with other campaign directors and senior leaders to create a compelling and cohesive narrative for Greenpeace’s work and  specifically how the climate campaign contributes to that broader narrative.  . Maintain awareness of issues and trends in environmental, racial justice, social change, and democracy movements to identify emerging opportunities to amplify trends and disruptions within the context of ongoing campaign activities. Maintain a broad network of allies, experts, and high level contacts. Build relationships with foundations and other high level donors. Represent the organization publicly, including media interviews, speaking events, and writing. Work with international colleagues to develop projects that fit global and US goals. Strong commitment to the organization’s values of embedding justice and promoting equity diversity and inclusion both internally and externally.    SKILLS Superb management skills: Demonstrated ability to lead complex and diverse teams to achieve ambitious results, ideally in areas with a focus on climate change through a social justice lens. Sound judgment and willingness to make tough and strategic decisions when confronted with difficult choices Extraordinary interpersonal skills: Able to quickly build trust, credibility, and goodwill with a wide range of audiences, including staff, allies, supporters, and Board members, and across lines of race, gender, class and other identities. Strong problem-solver: Can anticipate and spot challenges and drive solutions that staff agree with and that work. Strong lens on issues of race and equity: Can thoughtfully navigate issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and brings a deep commitment to advancing these values. Able to identify ways that bias impacts management and can drive solutions to lead to unbiased outcomes. Policy and issue expertise:  Demonstrated environmental science and complex policy and working knowledge of current environmental climate issues.   Demonstrated ability to think both strategically and creatively Strong communication skills - ability to communicate effectively and appropriately with a wide range of people both verbally and in writing; public speaking skills; ability to make effective presentations and communication across differences Strong project leadership and project planning skills to enable the delivery of projects to time, to budget and to deliver clear objectives Demonstrated understanding of effective online communication to diverse audiences Ability to represent Greenpeace and our work effectively to media, Greenpeace donors and others as needed Ability to make and maintain strategic relationships with diverse stakeholders Demonstrated ability to work with journalists Organizational skills, including experience in project administration and ability to build and manage teams Able and willing to travel as needed Willingness to work outside normal business hours Commitment to progressive values and peaceful direct action as a means to effect change   EXPERIENCE/ACCOMPLISHMENTS:   Excellent writing skills and a record of public speaking engagements 7- 10 years experience in public interest campaigning with in depth knowledge of the cultural, political and social economic issues related to climate change.  Experience at management level in non profit organization, working closely with the executive director and management team, many peer managers across departments and supervising staff
    Climate Campaign Director
    Greenpeace is an amazing place to work if you want to make big change in the world. We have a dynamic US staff of 200 and offices in more than 50 countries with whom we collaborate closely. We take no funds from government or businesses, safeguarding our independence and ability to speak the truth and act boldly.  We recognize the importance of the moment: Ours is the first generation to experience the impacts of climate change and ecosystem destruction, and the last generation with a window of time to do something about it.   If you are world changer, Greenpeace needs you.  We are in search of a bold strategic, passionate and visionary individual  to lead our Climate Campaign.  This innovative and forward thinking leader will understand the urgency of the time, the geopolitical landscape and move rapidly to impact change through movement building and people power.    The Climate Campaign Director is responsible for the development of the long-term GPUS Climate Campaign Strategy, ensuring it aligns with the goals identified in Greenpeace’s Global Framework and that relevant campaign projects advance that strategy in measureable ways. The Director will serve as the public face and voice of climate work for Greenpeace US and as a  strategic advisor  and thought partner to program leadership and project teams .   Additionally they will understand the necessity for climate action to be interwoven with and translate across broader social movements, including inextricable interconnectedness to environmental justice.   This position reports to the Campaigns Director.   RESPONSIBILITIES   Work with a multi-functional team to develop medium and long term (5+ years) campaign strategies. Develop and communicate a compelling vision and strategy  for our climate work to staff, supporters, donors, and allies Provide "command intent" - a short, clear summary of the rationale for our work, that can be interpreted at any level of the organization. This should aid teams and individuals in prioritization and quick decision making. Serve as a strategic adviser to project teams and Programmatic Management Teams on climate issues. Ensure projects are aligned with long term campaign strategies. Provide regular hands-on support during project inception and launch, while empowering project teams to drive implementation. Work closely with project leaders to evaluate results and adjust approach as appropriate. Work with other campaign directors and senior leaders to create a compelling and cohesive narrative for Greenpeace’s work and  specifically how the climate campaign contributes to that broader narrative.  . Maintain awareness of issues and trends in environmental, racial justice, social change, and democracy movements to identify emerging opportunities to amplify trends and disruptions within the context of ongoing campaign activities. Maintain a broad network of allies, experts, and high level contacts. Build relationships with foundations and other high level donors. Represent the organization publicly, including media interviews, speaking events, and writing. Work with international colleagues to develop projects that fit global and US goals. Strong commitment to the organization’s values of embedding justice and promoting equity diversity and inclusion both internally and externally.    SKILLS Superb management skills: Demonstrated ability to lead complex and diverse teams to achieve ambitious results, ideally in areas with a focus on climate change through a social justice lens. Sound judgment and willingness to make tough and strategic decisions when confronted with difficult choices Extraordinary interpersonal skills: Able to quickly build trust, credibility, and goodwill with a wide range of audiences, including staff, allies, supporters, and Board members, and across lines of race, gender, class and other identities. Strong problem-solver: Can anticipate and spot challenges and drive solutions that staff agree with and that work. Strong lens on issues of race and equity: Can thoughtfully navigate issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and brings a deep commitment to advancing these values. Able to identify ways that bias impacts management and can drive solutions to lead to unbiased outcomes. Policy and issue expertise:  Demonstrated environmental science and complex policy and working knowledge of current environmental climate issues.   Demonstrated ability to think both strategically and creatively Strong communication skills - ability to communicate effectively and appropriately with a wide range of people both verbally and in writing; public speaking skills; ability to make effective presentations and communication across differences Strong project leadership and project planning skills to enable the delivery of projects to time, to budget and to deliver clear objectives Demonstrated understanding of effective online communication to diverse audiences Ability to represent Greenpeace and our work effectively to media, Greenpeace donors and others as needed Ability to make and maintain strategic relationships with diverse stakeholders Demonstrated ability to work with journalists Organizational skills, including experience in project administration and ability to build and manage teams Able and willing to travel as needed Willingness to work outside normal business hours Commitment to progressive values and peaceful direct action as a means to effect change   EXPERIENCE/ACCOMPLISHMENTS:   Excellent writing skills and a record of public speaking engagements 7- 10 years experience in public interest campaigning with in depth knowledge of the cultural, political and social economic issues related to climate change.  Experience at management level in non profit organization, working closely with the executive director and management team, many peer managers across departments and supervising staff
    Senior Vice President of Programs
    The Student Conservation Association (SCA), one of the first national organizations to introduce leadership skills in youth through conservation service to this country, is seeking a Senior Vice President of Programs.  The Senior Vice President will lead the national programs staff as they develop, deliver, and evaluate the impact of programs that provide youth the opportunity to improve their leadership skills through service to the country and its greatest natural legacy.   For sixty years, the Student Conservation Association has provided teens and young adults with opportunities to ignite an interest in leadership skills, connection to the outdoors, and access pathways to careers in conservation and service. SCA members work in all 50 states and territories, from national parks to big cities. As the world’s environment knows no boundaries, increasingly SCA members’ impact is advancing the momentum of global stewardship efforts. Research shows that as SCA develops and nurtures the future stewards of our lands, so too do they develop and nurture leaders for life.   Empowered by a recent increase in philanthropic partnerships, and inspired by the demonstrated impact that non-partisan participation in its programs has on youth, the new Senior Vice President will join the executive team as he/she/they operationalizes this focus in the four programming areas: Summer Community Crews, National Crews, Conservation Corps, and Conservation Internships. He/She/They will lead the national program staff of approximately 60 individuals - located in sites nationwide.  They will assist with the implementation of internal systems and practices that increase the societal and individual impact of SCA’s programs.  And they will enhance team effectiveness, deepening the collaboration between the programs staff and other teams across SCA. The new SVP will be a thought leader who elevates the identity of SCA in national, non-partisan conversations at the intersection of youth development and conservation. He/She/They will leverage this national role to build new partnerships with peer organizations, policymakers, and philanthropies.   The ideal candidate will first and foremost be committed to SCA’s mission, and have a demonstrated commitment to connecting people to programs that improve their skillsets, lives, and that give back to this country. He/She/They will have 12-15 years of regional or national programming experience in organizations that specialize in youth engagement in academics, conservation, skills-training, outdoor adventure, community engagement, or a related field. He/She/They will be a proven manager with expertise in talent development, internal communications, strategic planning, oversight of remote and on-site teams, operations, and contract execution. The new SVP will be an exceptional relationship builder with experience as an ambassador, and the ability to forge sustainable, cross-sector partnerships.   He/She/They will also be a strong, reliable internal partner with the creativity, energy, openness, and critical awareness to contribute to the vision and strategic direction of a large organization, while also leading a team of highly talented program staff into a period of increased performance, accountability, and collaboration.   TO APPLY  This search is being conducted with support from Tamar Datan and Erica Nicole Griffin of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, and applications will be reviewed as they are received. Please send nominations and/or applications, including cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position to: SCA-SVP@nonprofitprofessionals.com.     The Student Conservation Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.   NPAG is a national search and talent consulting firm dedicated to serving the mission-driven community. We partner with global mission-driven clients to deliver highly-tailored, innovative, and strategic senior- and executive-level search services. www.nonprofitprofessionals.com.
    Senior Vice President of Programs
    The Student Conservation Association (SCA), one of the first national organizations to introduce leadership skills in youth through conservation service to this country, is seeking a Senior Vice President of Programs.  The Senior Vice President will lead the national programs staff as they develop, deliver, and evaluate the impact of programs that provide youth the opportunity to improve their leadership skills through service to the country and its greatest natural legacy.   For sixty years, the Student Conservation Association has provided teens and young adults with opportunities to ignite an interest in leadership skills, connection to the outdoors, and access pathways to careers in conservation and service. SCA members work in all 50 states and territories, from national parks to big cities. As the world’s environment knows no boundaries, increasingly SCA members’ impact is advancing the momentum of global stewardship efforts. Research shows that as SCA develops and nurtures the future stewards of our lands, so too do they develop and nurture leaders for life.   Empowered by a recent increase in philanthropic partnerships, and inspired by the demonstrated impact that non-partisan participation in its programs has on youth, the new Senior Vice President will join the executive team as he/she/they operationalizes this focus in the four programming areas: Summer Community Crews, National Crews, Conservation Corps, and Conservation Internships. He/She/They will lead the national program staff of approximately 60 individuals - located in sites nationwide.  They will assist with the implementation of internal systems and practices that increase the societal and individual impact of SCA’s programs.  And they will enhance team effectiveness, deepening the collaboration between the programs staff and other teams across SCA. The new SVP will be a thought leader who elevates the identity of SCA in national, non-partisan conversations at the intersection of youth development and conservation. He/She/They will leverage this national role to build new partnerships with peer organizations, policymakers, and philanthropies.   The ideal candidate will first and foremost be committed to SCA’s mission, and have a demonstrated commitment to connecting people to programs that improve their skillsets, lives, and that give back to this country. He/She/They will have 12-15 years of regional or national programming experience in organizations that specialize in youth engagement in academics, conservation, skills-training, outdoor adventure, community engagement, or a related field. He/She/They will be a proven manager with expertise in talent development, internal communications, strategic planning, oversight of remote and on-site teams, operations, and contract execution. The new SVP will be an exceptional relationship builder with experience as an ambassador, and the ability to forge sustainable, cross-sector partnerships.   He/She/They will also be a strong, reliable internal partner with the creativity, energy, openness, and critical awareness to contribute to the vision and strategic direction of a large organization, while also leading a team of highly talented program staff into a period of increased performance, accountability, and collaboration.   TO APPLY  This search is being conducted with support from Tamar Datan and Erica Nicole Griffin of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, and applications will be reviewed as they are received. Please send nominations and/or applications, including cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position to: SCA-SVP@nonprofitprofessionals.com.     The Student Conservation Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.   NPAG is a national search and talent consulting firm dedicated to serving the mission-driven community. We partner with global mission-driven clients to deliver highly-tailored, innovative, and strategic senior- and executive-level search services. www.nonprofitprofessionals.com.
    Associate Video Producer, Politics
    We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.   Position Summary: The Associate Video Producer, Politics reports to the Director of Video and is responsible for the production of cutting-edge videos for the Human Rights Campaign. This Associate Video Producer, Politics will help manage the production of political coverage, including rapid response videos, political ads, political rallies, field actions, viral videos, and studio-based productions.   Position Responsibilities: Develop HRC’s rapid response videos with an eye toward digital engagement. When news breaks that affects the LGBTQ community, this position will work on a video response as fast as possible; Develop creative political ads that help highlight anti-LGBTQ policies and policymakers at the local, state and federal level; Concept, script, research, edit and produce video projects in support of HRC’s mission from conception to delivery, including shooting, editing, graphics, sound, and other post-production adjustments; Aid and manage livestream productions, including shooting, directing, technical directing and stream management; Develop innovative and creative opportunities to build audience, drive video traffic and increase views; Look for ways to create viral hits that will help change hearts and minds; Assist with the management of HRC’s online video channels; Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience required with at least two years in a video production position. Strong portfolio of video projects from concept to completion. Experience producing quick-hit digital videos with an eye to viral videos in the style of NowThis News, AJ+, or NewNowNext. Strong skills with Microsoft Word, Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive), and social media. Knowledge of and experience with non-linear video editing systems. Organized and detail oriented. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires frequent evening and weekend work to respond to breaking news. Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ rights required. Knowledge of and experience with Adobe Premiere, Adobe PhotoShop, After Effects, Illustrator and Apple software and products. Basic shooting and lighting abilities, with a desire to grow in these skills.   *Please include a link to your portfolio in the cover letter or resume or upload separate documents.*   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.   No phone calls, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status. 
    Associate Video Producer, Politics
    We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.   Position Summary: The Associate Video Producer, Politics reports to the Director of Video and is responsible for the production of cutting-edge videos for the Human Rights Campaign. This Associate Video Producer, Politics will help manage the production of political coverage, including rapid response videos, political ads, political rallies, field actions, viral videos, and studio-based productions.   Position Responsibilities: Develop HRC’s rapid response videos with an eye toward digital engagement. When news breaks that affects the LGBTQ community, this position will work on a video response as fast as possible; Develop creative political ads that help highlight anti-LGBTQ policies and policymakers at the local, state and federal level; Concept, script, research, edit and produce video projects in support of HRC’s mission from conception to delivery, including shooting, editing, graphics, sound, and other post-production adjustments; Aid and manage livestream productions, including shooting, directing, technical directing and stream management; Develop innovative and creative opportunities to build audience, drive video traffic and increase views; Look for ways to create viral hits that will help change hearts and minds; Assist with the management of HRC’s online video channels; Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience required with at least two years in a video production position. Strong portfolio of video projects from concept to completion. Experience producing quick-hit digital videos with an eye to viral videos in the style of NowThis News, AJ+, or NewNowNext. Strong skills with Microsoft Word, Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive), and social media. Knowledge of and experience with non-linear video editing systems. Organized and detail oriented. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires frequent evening and weekend work to respond to breaking news. Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ rights required. Knowledge of and experience with Adobe Premiere, Adobe PhotoShop, After Effects, Illustrator and Apple software and products. Basic shooting and lighting abilities, with a desire to grow in these skills.   *Please include a link to your portfolio in the cover letter or resume or upload separate documents.*   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.   No phone calls, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status. 
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