[PNWHEALTH] FW: [Sswjobs] Awesome Volunteer Opportunity
Deanne.Boisvert at METROKC.GOV
Thu Aug 19 09:17:02 PDT 2004
From: Indra M. Trujillo, MSW [mailto:indra at u.washington.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 4:31 PM
To: sswjobs at u.washington.edu
Subject: [Sswjobs] Awesome Volunteer Opportunity
The mayor is seeking folks who are interested in being appointed to the
Seattle Women's Commission. See the info below. It's a great opportunity
to learn about and help shape local politics that impact women in our
It is also copied here:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 13, 2004
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
Kristin Distelhorst, (206) 684-4537
Haddis Tadesse, Office of the Mayor (206)-684-8119
COMMISSIONERS SOUGHT FOR SEATTLE WOMEN'S COMMISSION
SEATTLE - Mayor Greg Nickels is looking for candidates to serve on the
Seattle Women's Commission. Members will be appointed to the Commission for
two-year terms. All appointments are subject to confirmation by the Seattle
City Council. Commissioners must reside in Seattle and serve without
The Seattle Women's Commission advises the Mayor, City Council and city
departments on issues that impact the women of Seattle. The Commission
identifies areas of concern and recommends policy and legislation, provides
feedback and opinion on issues of city and state budget, and acts as a
liaison between the women of Seattle and City government. The Commission's
annual work plan is developed with input from the women of Seattle at the
annual Seattle Women's Summit, an event organized by the Commission.
"I urge women who have an interest in local government and a passion for
improving the lives of women in Seattle to consider this important work,"
said Mayor Nickels.
To be considered for appointment to the Commission, please send a letter of
interest and resume by August 27, 2004 addressed to Mayor Greg Nickels c/o:
Seattle Office for Civil Rights City of Seattle 700 Third Avenue, Suite 250
Seattle, Washington 98104
The Nickels Administration is committed to promoting diversity in the City's
boards and commissions. Women, persons with disabilities, sexual minorities,
and persons of color are encouraged to apply.
For more information, please call Kristin Distelhorst, Seattle Office for
Civil Rights, 684-4537.
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