Elections Open!

Interested in Leadership? Want to make a difference, take action politically, and have fun? Women’s Caucus is holding elections in early January, and we want you!

If you are interested in a specific leadership position, want to nominate someone for a role, or simply want to be active on the Board of Leadership, send an email to co-chairs@womenscaucus.co.uk by December 15th.

Don’t forget to include the position and your ideas for the future!

Elections will take place at the beginning of Jan.

If you are nominating a stellar woman for a role, please mention a few comments on why you think they’ll be excellent at the job.  If you are throwing your hat in the ring, include a few comments on why you will be excellent in the position, think elevator pitch style:

count me in

Check out our new leadership structure for Leadership Inspiration below. 

This structure, like Women’s Caucus, is adaptable and democratic, and we welcome feedback. You will notice a flatter organizational structure, changes in titles to align with a caucus-structure and indicate interest, and the reallocation of work and power to increases autonomy, transparency, and communication.

Please join us for a live Elections Ask-Me-Anything session on

Monday December 10, from 18:00-19:00. We will be hosting a Slack channel to answer all your questions. Find us on the #elections_ama public channel. This will be a chance for everyone to ask anything election related!

If you have any questions or comments don’t hesitate to reach us via email co-chairs@womenscaucus.co.uk or Slack.

We look forward to seeing you this December and welcoming all new leadership.

Kate and Lan

Co-Chairs Women’s Caucus


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