Join Women’s Campaign International
Women’s Campaign International fosters meaningful dialogue, sparks collaboration, and inspires collective action by way of diverse, innovative, and action-oriented programming.
Our Working Groups offer volunteers a meaningful way to engage in developing initiatives both in the United States and abroad. These conversations help guide WCI’s engagement in new, emerging and existing communities.
How Does It Work?
Working Groups are made up of volunteers – like you – that collaborate with us to develop specific programming and/or answer to requests for support during critical times of need.
From building STEAM-based leadership pipelines in Philadelphia to agribusiness opportunities in Latin America and from legal aid clinics in the Middle East to economic development in Asia, we have remarkable opportunities for high impact volunteering for you and your company.
To be considered as an Advisor to any of our Working Groups, please email your resume and letter of interest to:
Women in Tech Working Group
Focusing on issues ranging from access to STEAM education, cyber-bullying, and and gender parity in TECH, Advisors in this Working Group address challenges both in the United States and abroad. Working together to identify opportunities for access to quality education, promoting under-represented communities in the technology sector and promoting gender-focused pipelines where women feel safe and their talent is supported.
Financial Inclusion Working Group
Focusing on issues ranging from financial inclusion to impact investing, Advisors in this Working Group will address political risk and investment climates, market-based approaches and growth opportunities for women-owned small and medium enterprises. Together, we will work to harness the power of global philanthropy, to promote sustainable and responsible investment, and to supply economic opportunities for women and girls in under-served communities.
Workforce Development Working Group
Advisors in this Working Group address the changing demands of a 21st century workforce, embracing technology in higher education, and the exploration of new models for learning systems. Working together to continually innovate within academia, our aim is to prioritize education for women and girls of color, immigrants and refugees in the United States through GALS, and to support youth entrepreneurship in Africa and Latin America.
Global Mental Health Working Group
From trauma-informed disaster response initiatives in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean to decreasing mental health stigma across communities of color in the United States and globally, Advisors in this Working Group focus innovative ways to address resilience in a holistic, integrated and scalable manner.