Join our board!

Applications due March 31st

Leaders of Today and Tomorrow (LOTT) ignites women to lead with confidence. When women lead with confidence, their leadership will build stronger, more equitable communities that will transform the world. We want you to help us live out our mission.


LOTT is primarily implemented through a fellowship program designed to develop women-identified individuals’ potential to lead professionally, personally, and in their communities. We are an entirely volunteer-run initiative. The LOTT Advisory Board oversees and plans all components of the fellowship and alumni/networking events bringing together women leaders throughout Minneapolis-Saint Paul metro area. 

Current Open Positions - Winter 2020


What we’re looking for:

We seek potential board members and non-board committee members who meet the following expectations:

  • Willingness to develop, maintain, and build a resource network for young women

  • A commitment to the mission of Leaders of Today and Tomorrow and the Minnesota Women’s Consortium

  • Ability to meet the time requirement of committee meetings and an estimated additional 8 hours per month individually or in small groups

  • Previous community engagement experience preferred

  • Support LOTT financially with $100 Board or $50 Committee dues

  • Fulfill term of two years


An equitable, inclusive and diverse board is critical to Leaders of Today and Tomorrow’s mission. We strongly encourage diverse candidates based on ability, race, religion, sex/gender (including gender identity and expression), and sexual orientation.

Board and Committee Overview

The board is comprised of Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, three committee chairs, and nine at-large board members. LOTT operates with a strong committee structure. 

Committees include Executive, Governance, Programming and Resource Development. Non-board committee members serve alongside board members on committees.


Executive Committee:
The Executive Committee executes ongoing strategic decisions of the organization. Four officers (Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer) and three Committee Chairs serve as the members of the Executive Committee.


Governance Committee:
The Governance Committee focuses on systems, policies, and bylaws. This includes board recruitment, ongoing strategy and planning, as well as accountability to the Executive Committee in ensuring policies and bylaws are understood and enacted. Individuals with at least one of the following skills are preferred: evaluation, strategic planning, facilitation, and nonprofit governance. 


Programming Committee:

The Programming Committee determines all programming for the organization. This includes, recruitment related to programming, such as fellows, mentors, hosts, speakers, etc. as well as promoting, designing and implementing programming. Individuals with at least one of the following skills are preferred: marketing and outreach, curriculum design, adult education, and application process management.


Resource Development Committee:
The Resource Development Committee conducts all strategy and planning around resource development. This includes leading work with individual donors; exploring other funding opportunities such as grants; and securing in-kind donations. Individuals with at least one of the following skills are preferred: grant writing, fundraising, and marketing and outreach.