Meet the Women of YWTF

Maybe you’ve moved to a new city and want to meet new people, or perhaps you’re just ready to try something new. Find like-minded women who want to network, develop their leadership skills, advocate around the issues that are most important to women, and meet new friends. Read more about some of the women who have found a community with us, and then reach out to a Younger Women’s Task Force chapter in your neighborhood!

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Advocacy 24/7

Fighting for social justice is something that Aisha Springer, the co-director of the YWTF Baltimore (MD) Chapter, does every day. She has been a leading force in helping the chapter make its voice heard on issues such as intersectionality, street harassment, and reproductive rights. An American University graduate with a master’s in public administration, she works with the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland as a philanthropy associate.

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Closing the Gender Pay Gap

The DC Metro Chapter’s Kate Black is helping women learn the negotiation skills they need to succeed in today’s job market. She along with her fellow chapter members helped launch the chapter’s Work Smart initiative in conjunction with AAUW and the DC Mayor’s office. Over the next five years, they will train over 15,000 women in salary and benefit negotiation. This program is designed as a workshop to help women to evaluate, negotiate, and articulate their worth confidently in the job market. If you live or work in Washington, D.C., and are interested in participating in a FREE salary negotiation workshop, head over to their website to sign up for one today!

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Getting Their Dollars in Order

We all know that the topic of financial management can seem dull and daunting. But the YWTF New York City (NY) Chapter, led by Jennifer Mayfield, has found a way to make financial management interesting. The chapter hosts a series of financial management seminars, led by two of their board members who work in the finance industry, to help local women gain economic security.