Want to help shape Ladies in London?
Ladies in London is a fantastic organisation bringing like minded women together to provide them with an opportunity to network in a supportive and enlightening environment. It inspires, educates and encourages women to reach their potential.
Originally formed as Ruby UK in 2012, the Ladies in London (LiL) network is now in its third year and growing quickly. Ladies in London plans to build on this success, growing its membership, and as part of this growth we looking for people to join the board and help us achieve our goals.
Whether it be for a reason, a season or a lifetime, we want to hear from you!
How do I go about getting involved?
Love being a Ladies in London member, but want to have a more hands-on role? The first step is decide about HOW you would like to be involved.
I’m available but I’m not ready for commitment yet!
- If you’re time-poor but have a fistful of ideas and connections to share, you might like to attend the board meetings as part of the Sub Committee.
- If you’re starting a new career path, would like some events experience and not afraid of a little elbow grease – why not Volunteer for one of our upcoming events
- An expert in the field of Law, Accounting or Corporate Sponsorship? Perhaps an Advisor role is more your style?
I’m ready and looking for something long-term and serious?
Are you passionate about spreading the word of LiL? Are you bursting with new ideas and thrive on seeing a project from beginning to end?
Are you willing to roll up your sleeves and give it all you’ve got for Ladies in London. (Remember, it’s not all heels and clipboards)
We’re canvassing our network and others for the ideal candidates to take Ladies in London to dizzy new heights. If you have the drive and dedication we’re looking for, you might just be our newest Board Member!
First things first. Tell us a bit about yourself, why you’d like to be involved and what you believe you can “bring to the LiL table”.
Click below to email us a letter of interest and we’ll be in touch very soon. Good Luck!
Some of the areas you would be looking after are:
• research markets to identify opportunities for events
• produce detailed proposals for events (e.g. timelines, venues, suppliers, legal obligations, staffing and budgets)
• Introduce topics, dates, ideas on speakers to the Board for approval
• Execute board-approved activities with regard to events
• Direct and execute short and long term strategic plans with regard to events
• Attend Board Meetings
• Coordinate and direct all events personnel
• Manage and maintain annual programme of events
• Work with Sponsorship Manager to match events with potential sponsors and ensure events proposed are attractive to sponsors
• Responsible for overall annual event budget
• Work with Communications, Social Media and Marketing to promote events