Available Position: Communications Committee Chair

The Communications Chair will lead the Communications Committee, which is comprised of board members and committee members.

What does this committee do?
The Communications Committee is responsible for the management of all communications, public relations, and social media presence. Responsibilities include management and oversight of the following: 

  • Developing the overall brand tone, a style guide, and set of standards for Leaders of Today and Tomorrow

  • Social media accounts 

  • E-newsletters

  • Developing, editing and proofing content

  • Design work

What is the Communications Chair responsible for?
The Communications Chair is responsible for recruiting Communications Committee members, ensuring the committee is meeting their goals, and preparing reports for the board and Executive committee meetings. 

Experience/qualifications desired: 

The Communications Committee Chair will: 

  • Be experienced with communications (2-3 years of experience)

  • Have an eagerness to keep up with digital trends to reach new supporters, current program participants, and our alumni network

  • Develop brand awareness/creatively amplify content on various social and digital platforms 

  • Create content that reflects LOTT’s voice, values, and mission

  • Monitor social media platforms and maintain content calendar

  • Ensure website and content created for website are up to date

  • Organize and maintain content and develop one “source of truth” for our organization

  • Have familiarity with Google suite 

What does service look like?
The Communications Chair serves on both the Executive Committee and the Communications Committee. 

Meeting times: 

  • The board meets from 5:30-7:00 on the second Tuesday of odd months. 

  • The Communications Committee will meet the second Tuesday of the month from 5:30-7:00pm in even months. 

  • The Executive Committee meets on the fourth Monday of the month from 5:30-6:30pm in even months.


Our expectations:
We strive to have a diversity of thought, perspective, and experience on our board to best serve our fellows. For that reason, we commit to having at least 50% of our board and committee members self-identify as a member of an underrepresented community (or communities). 

We ask that candidates have: 

  • A commitment to the mission of Leaders of Today and Tomorrow and WoMN ACT

  • A willingness to develop, maintain, and build a resource network for women

  • The ability to serve a term of two years

  • Capacity to meet the time requirement of board and committee meetings

  • Previous community engagement experience (preferred, but not required)

  • Support of LOTT financially with $100 annual board dues (sliding scale available