Womens Transportation Seminar of New Jersey

New Brunswick, NJ

Mission

The vision of the Corporation is equity and access for women in transportation. The mission of the Corporation is to attract, sustain, connect and advance women's career to strengthen the transportation industry. The objectives of the Corporation are to be served and accomplished through programs, services, scholarships, and other stimulating activities that will support the mission of the organization. All policies and activities of the Corporation shall be consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws and legal requirements and applicable tax exemption requirements, including the requirement that the Corporation not be organized for profit and that no part of its net earnings inure to the benefit of any private individual.

Ruling year info

2022

Main address

355 George St Ste 4

New Brunswick, NJ 08901 United States

EIN

85-0595691

NTEE code info

Professional Societies, Associations (J03)

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Program 1

Board Meetings The Chapter Board of Directors of Directors shall hold regular meetings to transact any business within its powers. The Board shall meet a minimum of 6 times a year with special meetings called as necessary. Activities of Officers and Directors: Ensure long-time members who have participated on the Board and/or Committees are engaged and satisfied with their level of involvement; Create a chapter organizational chart and keep updated; Provide "formalized" oversight of committees, tracking progress on objectives and communicating expectations for Committee leadership; Invest in and provide opportunities for leadership development to Board members and Committee leadership; Establish an annual schedule of committee and Board meetings in order to sustain upward and downward "action items", reportings and overall communication protocols; and Create a budget that allows for the success of the above goals. This set of activities will comprise about 25 percent of the organization's total activity. Annual Meeting The Programs Committee and Officers shall host an annual meeting of the Chapter membership shall normally be held for the purpose of presenting reports of activities of the Corporation. This activity will comprise about 5 percent of the organization's total activity. Programs The Programs Committee and Board Liaison(s) shall develop at least two interesting and appealing topic based events a wide range of members and disciplines annually; Convene at least one professional development event annually; and Plan at least one major fundraising/award event per year. This activity will comprise about 15 percent of the organization's total activity. Student Outreach The Student Committee and Board Liaison(s) shall maintain and build upon relationship with high schools and colleges throughout the state to established curriculum program, shadowing and other outreach opportunities; Identify potential mentees: Build a relationship with a mentee and send a mentor/mentee pair to the Washington DC Summit. This activity will comprise about 15 percent of the organization's total activity. Mentoring The Mentoring Committee and Board Liaison(s) shall connect emerging leaders and established leaders to share career success stories, to build long-term relationships, and to giving back to an industry that needs to hear from pioneering women. This activity will comprise about 10 percent of the organization's total activity. Membership & Diversity The Membership Committee and Board Liaison(s) shall use events to actively advertise membership benefits and solicit new members and Create a plan for diversifying the chapter by race, sector, gender, etc. This activity will comprise about 10 percent of the organization's total activity. Corporate Partners The Corporate Partners Committee and Board Liaison(s) shall maintain relationships with existing corporate sponsors and grow sponsorships as opportunities arise; Conduct one-on-one outreach to existing and potential Partners, communicating their role, the benefits they receive and how they can become more involved; and Capitalize on WTS International Strategic Partners. This activity will comprise about 10 percent of the organization's total activity. Communications The Communications Committee and Board Liaison(s) shall actively use social media and our website to advance the goals of WTS NJ; and Establish protocols that require monitoring and keeping current all media outlets. This activity will comprise about 10 percent of the organization's total activity.

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