The Good Ol’ Girls has an opening as one of our four Event Co-Directors. Good Ol’ Girls empowers progressive women in the Bay Area, across diverse industries and backgrounds, to grow and succeed by forging professional and social connections. As a network we need your help to make sure we’re providing quality events and programming that help members grow and succeed.
To apply, please send your resume and a short (even just a couple of sentences will do) cover note to email@example.com by Wednesday, June 26th. Members that live in the East Bay are encouraged to apply.
The Good Ol’ Girls Event Co-Directors manage the organization’s programmatic work to aid in both personal development and career advancement of the Good Ol’ Girls membership. They are responsible for putting together a lineup of educational workshops, civic engagement activities and social opportunities to help members build skills, knowledge and make connections.
Directors should aim to offer events that appeal to a wide variety of members at different stages of their lives and careers. Programs should seek to especially build members’ skills in the areas of finance, communication, technology and personal growth.
The Events Directors also run the Events Committee, which is open to all members, to plan and execute various events throughout the year, including the monthly casual happy hour (alternating between San Francisco and the East Bay) and the signature Delancey Street dinners featuring women leaders. They coordinate with other board members, events committee members, or other volunteers to effectively execute and plan official Good Ol’ Girls events, including but not limited to membership building events, and other committee and/or member initiated events
· Lead in the organization of a minimum of three events per year.
· Attend and represent Good Ol’ Girls at a minimum of three of the monthly happy hours per year.
· Assist in the production of other Good Ol’ Girl events, including the annual Anniversary Party and other marquee event.
· Attend and participate in monthly board meetings.
· Attend and participate in the annual board retreat