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Interested in gaining board experience with a prominent inside-the-beltway organization while contributing to an excellent cause?
Want an opportunity to promote WHF/WHFF’s mission and engage in highly rewarding work alongside other senior financial services professionals?
WHF and the WHF Foundation are now seeking nominations for both boards for 2016 – 2018. If you are an active member in good standing, or know of a good candidate, please contact Tasia Stull at email@example.com with the following information (w/email subject WHF/WHFF Board Candidate):
- Candidate Name
- Interested in WHF or Foundation, and any particular role
- Description of activity/history with WHF/WHFF
- Relevant skills/experience
- Committees/programs of interest
- Area of specialty
- Area of strong industry contacts
Open elected positions include: 3 WHF Directors, 2 WHFF Directors, WHF Secretary, WHF Vice President. Additional board seats and officer positions are open and reserved for appointment by the incoming President. The new boards will be announced and begin their term at the WHF/WHFF Annual Meeting in July 2016.
The Nominating Committee will contact you to discuss your submission soon.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity!
WHF Foundation Volunteer Opportunities
The WHF Foundation is pleased to announce its continuing Financial Empowerment program partnership with residents of Calvary Women's Services, one of the Foundation's six non-profit partners. Three 8-week sessions are scheduled for 2016 as follows:
Session 2 - July 5 to August 23
Session 3 - September 6 to October 25
Taught by WHF volunteers who have trained on the FDIC Money Smart curriculum, the Financial Empowerment program helps the women gain the knowledge they need to make wise financial decisions when they leave Calvary to live independently. Each weekly session lasts one hour at Calvary, located just minutes past the Nationals baseball stadium and convenient to the Anacostia Metro station. This year, Sessions 1 and 3 volunteers will use the highly successful Money Smart curriculum. Session 2 volunteers will use a pilot curriculum. More information will follow as the pilot course is finalized. For questions and to volunteer, please call the WHF Foundation at 703-683-4742 or WHF Foundation President Mary Martha Fortney at 703-507-4088 (email at firstname.lastname@example.org).
The WHF Board of Directors is planning many quality programs in housing, financial services, and professional enrichment for WHF members during 2015-2016. If you are interested in getting involved, please join one of our committees:
- Communications Committee (Rockhelle Johnson, Committee Chair)
- Membership Committee (Courtney Vaughan, Committee Chair and Diana Preston, Vice Chair)
- Partnership Committee (Courtney Vaughan, Committee Chair and Evan Davies, Vice Chair)
- Program Committee (Joanna Shapiro, Committee Chair; Nicole Ehrbar, Public Policy Vice Chair and Barbara Keller, Brown Bag Vice Chair)
WHF wants to hear from you! Email us at email@example.com with speaker suggestions and/or topics you would like featured in future programs.