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Organizational Structure

Davis Women in Business has three levels of membership: General Associates, Board Associates, and Directors. The Leadership Team is comprised of Directors and 5 Boards. All Directors report to the President, and Board Associates report to the director of their board.

General Associate openings

Member class level (by percentage)

Our General Associate role is the most flexible opportunity for students. As a General Associate, we require that you attend at least two general meetings per quarter and one DWIB hosted event in order to maintain your membership in the org.

We encourage students who are looking to explore our values, mission, and opportunities to apply for this role.




Board openings and descriptions

Our boards provide a hands-on experience of working closely with a team of others and the managing director to contribute to the board's programming. Depending on the domain, responsibilities could vary from event planning to designing visual assets. 

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Career Development Board: plan and execute events geared toward career skills and professional development, including workshops, mentoring sessions, mock interviews and more

Professional Relations Board: outreach to professionals to organize info sessions and networking events, provide job and internship opportunities for members, and work cross-functionally for OWN It emailing

Marketing & Design Board: manage all aspects of organization's marketing and branding including creating designs, crafting marketing strategies, and curating content for social media and blog

Finance Board: oversees all financial operations of the organization, including budgeting, fundraising, grant applying, the DWIB bank account, membership dues, etc.

Associate Relations Board: assist in coordinating membership programs relating to community development such as Big/Little, quarterly retreats, study sessions, fitness and wellness events, and others

OWN IT Board: manage all aspects of planning the annual OWN IT Summit, including securing speakers, working with corporate sponsors, advertising and publicity, event and time scheduling, and more

We will officially begin hiring for boards during our recruitment cycles (fall and winter); for questions, please reach out to the responsible director above.