Volunteer Roles

Volunteering for PWN Global is a great way for you to learn how to practice what Forbes magazine calls, “permission leadership” or leadership without authority. Leading a non-profit organisation is one of the best experiences you can have. You will learn and grow and most importantly, leave a legacy.  

If you need more convincing, take a look at some of the inspiring stories of our PWN Global members and volunteers. See how PWN Global has helped each of them both personally and professionally to overcome old, and face new, challenges- that's the power of volunteering.

If you can’t find a volunteer role in the list below, but you want to offer your support, please contact your local city network, or PWN Global.

TO PARTICIPATE AS A PWN VOLUNTEER, YOU MUST FIRST BE A PWN MEMBER. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR MEMBERSHIP IS CURRENT BEFORE APPLYING FOR A ROLE. 

To volunteers past, present and future - WE SALUTE YOU! Thank you for your hard work, throughout the years.

  • PWN London: Head of Mentoring & Development

    LOCAL ROLE

    The Head of Mentoring & Development is responsible for PWN London's overall strategy for further growth and development of mentoring activities within our city network.  Responsible for the structure, matching process, content, execution and administration of all the development and mentoring activities, in line with the strategy and the focus areas as defined by the PWN London board for the year. The Head of Mentoring & Development understands and is passionate about the critical role mentoring plays in the progression of women professionals and is able to inspire, lead and match professional relationships to successful mentoring outcomes.

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  • PWN London: Head of Events

    LOCAL ROLE

    The Head of Events is responsible for the strategy, coordination and execution of all PWN London's events. Events are part of the key offering of PWN London and as such, Head of Events is a critical and visionary role, responsible for creating an events schedule that is aligned with the PWN London strategy and overall program for the year. This person is dynamic, fun, energetic with SUPERB project management and organisational skills with a fanatical attention to detail.

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  • PWN London: Social Media Lead

    LOCAL ROLE

    The Social Media Lead supports the Head of Marketing & Communicationss and will primarily be responsible for scheduling content and managing all social pages.

    The individual will oversee the delivery of consistent messaging across all social platforms and will also work to use these tools to create impact and engage members (attract new members) through the various social media channels.

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  • PWN London: Content Manager

    LOCAL ROLE

    The Content Manager supports the Head of Marketing & Communications on the creation of copy for different marketing and communications assets, from events promotion to raising the brand awareness of PWN London by blog posts (2/week), newsletters and posts for our social media channels. This person is creative, skilled and passionate about developing a brand, exceptional writing skills. 

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  • PWN London: Head of Marketing & Comms

    LOCAL ROLE

    The Head of Marketing and Communications manages PWN London’s communications activities across all channels, including website, social and traditional media. This person develops and executes a broad communications strategy around key offerings and events whilst ensuring brand consistency across all channels and material. 

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