ABOUT WOMEN WHO WRITE
Women Who Write, Inc. began in June 1988 as a single writing group called Mothers Who Write. Today, we are a regional women writers' organization and nonprofit corporation with writing groups that meet throughout New Jersey.
· To assist women writers in every phase of the writing process – with critique groups, workshops, and discussions
· To bring the work of women writers into the community through readings and publications
· To provide encouragement, assistance, and a sense of community to women writers who might otherwise be working in isolation
Any woman who writes may join Women Who Write, Inc. Our members include writers of all literature. Some are award-winning professionals who publish regularly; others write mainly for pleasure and self-discovery. We support each writer in establishing and meeting personal objectives.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Women Who Write, Inc. does not condone discrimination or harassment against any person or group of people on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or any other status or condition protected by law. Harassing conduct includes, but is not limited to, epithets, slurs, or negative stereotyping, intimidating or hostile acts, or denigrating jokes. If any of the above conduct occurs in a writing group or at an event sponsored by WWW, and a member feels uncomfortable because of this conduct, she is urged to bring the matter to the attention of the group or event coordinator's attention, or she may contact any person on the Board of Trustees.
/ VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Women Who Write is a member-run organization. Participation is vital to its success. The following committees welcome help at any time:
Group Coordinators: Group Coordinators are essential to establishing a writing group. Each coordinator is responsible for all the business aspects of a group, including communicating with the President and the Board and keeping the group’s activities within WWW bylaws. Group coordinators may or may not lead each meeting, depending on what each group decides.
Education: Women Who Write organizes writing workshops throughout the year.
Special Events: Committee members help coordinate readings, workshops, social gatherings, and other special events.
Newsletter: Committee members may contribute an article, copyedit, or help proofread our newsletter.
Literary Magazine: Committee members read and select submissions for Goldfinch, our literary magazine.
Publicity: Committee members may write press releases to publicize writing groups and special events, design flyers, or take pictures for distribution with press releases.
If you are a college student who is intersted in donating your services to Women Who Write, Inc. as part of your learning expierence, please contact our President or any member of Board of Trustees
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
President: Dana Faulkner-Punzo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Secretary: Sarah Ducksworth (email@example.com)
Treasurer: Jawahara Saidullah (firstname.lastname@example.org)
VP Membership: Olga Christie (email@example.com)
& Liaison to Writing Groups.
VP Programs: Maryanne Carey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Caring and Sunshine: Elsie Boehm (no email)
Editor, Goldfinch: Mary ann Mosa (email@example.com)
Writers' Notes Trustee: Maria Dewaik (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Website Liaison: Ginger Pate (email@example.com)
Social Media: Joanne Flynn Black (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Trustee-at-Large: Kristen Jaccodine
2018-2019 Board of Trustees (from left to right.)
Standing: Ginger Pate, Web Liaison; Jodi Young-Ariel, Member-at-Large;
Kristen Jaccodine, Member-at-Large; Maria Dewaik, Editor, Writers' Notes
Seated: Jawahara Sudaillah, Treasurer; Dana Faulkner-Punzo, President;
Sarah Ducksworth, Secretary; Olga Christie, VP Membership
Not pictured: Mary ann Mosa, Editor, Goldfinch; Elsie Boehm, Caring and Sunshine
Some of our Past Presidents (from left to right,)
Ginger Pate, Pat Weissner, Karen Haefelein, Maureen Haggerty and Marie Ascolese