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We created the National Women's Collaborative (NWC) to tap into the underutilized skills and ideas of women in our field and in return give them the resources and support they need to get a job, make a transition, renew their purpose or simply get back in the mix of professional life.
Applications being accepted at email@example.com. Priority will be given to women who have been displaced due to COVID-19. Restrictions apply.
Stockings from Karen is a non-profit organization that gives the gift of self-esteem to teen foster girls through annual delivery of Christmas stockings filled with toiletries. Often when a child arrives in foster care, all they have are the clothes on their backs. Our stockings are stuffed with staples teen girls need like deodorant, toothbrush/ toothpaste, lotion and self esteem boosters like makeup and hair accessories. We work with the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) programs from Baltimore, MD to Winchester, VA to deliver the stockings. Click here to see the 2017 People.com article and interview with founder LeeAnn Petersen.
LeeAnn Petersen and Emily Bardach Co-Founded the Professional Women in Advocacy Conference in 2013 to provide professional development programming to women working in advocacy, government relations, public affairs, political engagement, public policy, and campaigns. This annual two day conference, now owned by Women in Government Relations, attracts 300 women from across the U.S. and has spawned regional workshops in NYC, Albany, Chicago, Atlanta, and New Orleans. LeeAnn is still a consultant to the PWIA Conference and serves as Chair of the annual Excellence in Advocacy Awards that coincide with the conference.
Alexis Feringa of the Feringa Group provides executive coaching facilitation and leadership development services. Competencies frequently addressed in coaching include: establishing and sustaining high performing teams; discovering and maintaining one’s authentic leadership presence; learning techniques for having difficult, yet constructive conversations; developing skills for giving and accepting feedback. Feringa Group has recently been doing extensive work in the area of improving race, equity, and inclusion in organizations. She has donated her time and expertise for the last four years coordinating one on one coaching at the Professional Women in Advocacy Conference and will also be volunteering as a coach for the Washington Women's Collaboration.