WIN is calling for new board members

The 2018 WIN board members.

By CRM staff

Toronto, Ontario – January 25, 2019 — The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) is seeking out new board members and is now accepting applications.

The WIN board of directors provides overall strategic direction for the WIN and is responsible for making policy decisions that execute on WIN’s vision and mission.

“Volunteering for board service is an outstanding opportunity to have a continuous influence on our industry,” said Michelle Sullivan, WIN chair and chair of the board nominating committee. “WIN is seeking members to apply for seats on our 2019 Board as we continue to drive growth and success for the organization in the coming years.”

The board consists of representatives from various industry segments including collision repair shops, distributors, suppliers, consultants, paint manufacturers, recyclers and insurance companies.

Participants from all segments of the collision repair industry are welcome, with the only requirement being that the applicants are WIN members in good standing.

Each year, the board updates its strategic plan and each member contributes to the execution of that plan. The volunteer board members work together to foster an environment that encourages the recruitment, retention, education, and networking of women in the collision repair industry.

“Engaging at the Board level is an outstanding way to advance our industry and guide the success of WIN, while building leadership skills, business acumen and invaluable industry relationships,” said Jenny Anderson, a member of the current board and the board nominating committee.

New board members will begin their term and will be introduced to the organization at large at the 2019 Educational Conference, May 6-8 at the Westin in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

The deadline for applications is Feb. 28, 2019. For application requirements and further details, please visit www.womensindustrynetwork.com. Completed applications should be emailed to michelle.sullivan@akzonobel.com.

 

 

 

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