Committees

Consider Taking an Active Role in New York Women in Communications!

New York Women in Communications plans some great activities and events throughout the year, and welcomes your involvement to make each program successful.

To really make the most of your membership, get involved! Volunteer to serve on a committee. If you have expertise in any of the categories listed below, if you want to learn the skills in any of them or if you simply want to meet new people, then sign up now! You will recognize immediately that you are an important part of a wonderful, professional, vibrant organization.

It's simple: Contact us at info@nywici.org if you are interested in learning more about a committee or joining it.

NYWICI has the following committees to take part in:

You can also become active in NYWICI's Foundation Committees:

Please note: When contacting the committees through the following email addresses, please make sure that the subject of the email says, "NYWICI Committee Contact". This will ensure that your email is not considered spam. Thank you.

 

Membership

This committee develops and implements strategies to identify and recruit new members and retain existing ones, creates new member benefit programs, drafts membership materials, and promotes alliances with other organizations with complementary goals. The committee also welcomes and orients new members into the organization and encourages volunteerism.

Co-Chairs: Ashley Chauvin and Hannah Green Goldberg

 

Programming

This committee develops and organizes programs that focus on fast-breaking trends and strategic issues affecting professional communicators, as well as programs that are relevant to careers in communications. Committee members selects program topics and secures speakers. 

Co-Chairs: Georgia Galanoudis and Elizabeth Kressel

Learn more about the Programming Committee 

 

Sponsorship

Members of this committee seek new sponsors and ensure current sponsors' satisfaction. The committee develops sponsorship and marketing programs for programming and student events. These enhance opportunities for companies and supporters to promote their services.

Co-Chairs: Jodi Neuhauser & Laura Sequenzia

 

Student Affairs

Helping the next generation of communications professionals chart a course toward success is the goal of this committee. The committee provides programming for college students and young professionals that will help them thrive in today's rapidly changing landscape of communications. A key event is the annual Student Career Conference featuring industry leaders sharing their wisdom. This committee also plans the summer "Ladies Who Laugh" fundraiser as well Behind-the-Scenes events. The Student Affairs Committee is funded by, and reports to, the New York Women in Communications Foundation Board, which is the leadership of the 501c3 non-profit, or charity arm, of the organization.    


Co-Chairs: Lori Greene and Brittany Hennessy

Learn more about the Student Affairs Committee 
 

 

Matrix Awards

The committee plans, promotes and conducts the annual April Matrix Awards luncheon. Expertise and/or services are needed in:

  • Development and Fundraising
  • Matrix Journal Advertising Sales
  • Matrix Journal Editorial
  • Program (including logistics, host/escort assignments and management)
  • Public Relations