Women & Hi Tech has been positively impacting girls and women in STEM in Indiana for twenty years. In this milestone year, Women & Hi Tech is seeking candidates for five committees to help continue fulfilling our mission of changing the landscape of women represented in STEM to be equally inclusive to all.
Women & Hi Tech is run by an all-volunteer, working Board of Directors and we don't take the term "working board" lightly. As such, Women & Hi Tech is seeking committee member candidates who are actively engaged with the organization or would like an opportunity to become more actively engaged with the organization. Ideal candidates will also bring wisdom, experience, effectiveness, candor and creative thinking to the organization via their committee role.
The Nomination Committee for Women & Hi Tech will elect one or more candidates for the following committees:
Multiple committee role applications by a single candidate are permitted. Qualified male and female candidates, including diverse candidates, are highly encouraged to apply. All applications will be reviewed by the Nomination Committee. Applicants must be Women & Hi Tech members in good standing at the time of initial voting and must remain in good standing throughout their committee tenure.
Once selected, new committee members will begin their positions on or about November 15, 2019 and most committee roles will last for about 1 year. If a committee role is extended by the Committee Chair, high performing committee members may be asked to extend their tenure on the committee. To assist you with applying for one or more committee roles, please click the links above for descriptions of the open committee positions.
To apply for one or more committee roles, please complete this form by October 15, 2019.
About Women & Hi Tech
Women & Hi Tech exists to change the landscape of women represented in STEM to be equally inclusive to all. To achieve our goal, we work to advance, promote, support, recognize, and connect female STEM professionals in our community in Indiana.