Volunteering for PWN Global is a great way for you to learn how to practice what Forbes magazine calls, “permission leadership” or leadership without authority. Leading a non-profit organisation is one of the best experiences you can have. You will learn and grow and most importantly, leave a legacy.
If you need more convincing, take a look at some of the inspiring stories (Link to Inspiring stories page) of our PWN Global members and volunteers. See how PWN Global has helped each of them both personally and professionally to overcome old, and face new, challenges- that's the power of volunteering.
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To volunteers past, present and future - WE SALUTE YOU! Thank you for your hard work, throughout the years.
We are seeking a volunteer website manager to support the PWN Global Gender Balanced Leadership Awards.
The role will be responsible for updating the existing website, www.pwnglobalawards.com, to promote our 2020 event that will take place in November.Read more
We are seeking a volunteer administrator to support the PWN Global Awards Sponsorship Team.
The role will form the important liason between the Sponsorship Team and the Finance Administrator, to ensure that sponsors receive their contracts and invoices in a timely manner. The role will also be responsible for chasing any late payments so that revenue is collected prior to the Awards delivery in November 2020.Read more
PWN Global is seeking a budding graphic design specialist who is able to work with us on a pro bono basis to help grow our PWN Global Gender Balanced Leadership Awards brand.
Building on the success of our event in 2019, we are looking for a volunteer who is willing to develop and build on the materials created for our 2019 event (including website, sponsorship materials, event programme and social media graphics).Read more
PWN Global is seeking a team of volunteers to support social media activity. From administering requests via our channels, to curating content, sharing content and, in some cases (if you have the expert knowledge) writing articles. Currently, we require someone to lead our Facebook Channel and our Instagram page. Interested?Read more
Would you like to grow your organisational management and leadership experience whilst promoting gender equality and professional development? Can you see yourself as part of a driven team whose goal is to contribute to equal workplaces, and to pay it forward by supporting professional women. If so, this board role could be for you.
The board is the driving force behind all activities within the PWN Stockholm network and to achieving our goals around gender balanced leadership and professional development for women through events, corporate partnerships, mentorship and career support.
The VP Events role is critical to ensuring success within our membership base. The VP Events role works closely with other board roles, especially: VP Marketing, VP Social Media, VP Project Management, Treasury and President/Co-President. Key area of responsibility is to drive, coordinate and deliver relevant and valuable member-focused events as a core offering of the PWN Stockholm membership.
The role includes tasks such as:
Identify and book speakers for regular member events
Coordinate and book appropriate venues for member events
Communicate event summaries to VP Marketing and Social Media in good time for promotion of the event
Coordinate with VP Project Management to ensure events are staffed and catered according to requirements
Coordinate with VP Project Management and rest of board to ensure representatives welcome new and existing members at each event.
Manage a team of event volunteers
Requirements for VP Events role are:
Minimum of three years working experience / business experience
Fluency in English, the official language of PWN (Swedish or other languages an advantage)
Excellent organisational skills
High level interpersonal skills
A sense of proactivity and self-motivation
A wish to actively contribute to a positive future workforce
Ability to contribute approximately 16 hours a month to the network (including events and a monthly board meeting)
PWN Stockholm was established in 2008 and has nearly 200 members today. We’re a local non-profit association which is part of a global network with over 3,500 members and 90 nationalities across 30 city networks. We provide flexible tools to connect, share, learn and thrive through networking, events, workshops, training and mentorship & coaching. Our passion is to support women and men in the gender equality debate, to provide tangible results and to pay it forward.
For more information contact the President, PWN Stockholm.