Volunteering with Women In Consulting

Women In Consulting 

Volunteering at Women In Consulting

We have completely revamped how we’re making things happen for Women In Consulting activities, events, and the inner workings of the organization. 

Why did we do that?

  • To make getting involved and meeting new people MUCH easier for you. 
  • Help fit these projects into your schedule by making them short, well-defined, and interesting.
  • Offer more opportunities to get your brilliant thinking into the equation of where Women In Consulting is going.

When you join the Women In Consulting volunteer team, you’re strengthening your network of dynamite consultants and developing new skills that your clients will love. All for just a few hours a month. Check out the opportunities here.

Benefits to You

  • Expand your business and personal network—both with WIC members and the professionals you engage with during your projects.
  • Master new marketable job skills that you can offer to your clients.
  • Showcase your skills and abilities to other professionals—which can lead to referrals and partnerships.
  • Build stronger relationships with your colleagues and gain advisors for your business.
  • Enhance your resume and portfolio.
  • Learn the best practices of business thought leaders.
  • Have fun!
  • Make a difference to WIC and the business community.
  • Receive a discount on your membership by taking a leadership role.

Find the Right Volunteer Role

There are many opportunities within WIC that need your special skills, energy, dedication and enthusiasm. See our current volunteer opportunities here.


“Volunteering raised the bar for me in connecting with some amazing, powerful and talented women. The level of networking increases exponentially for volunteers—we have access to more people, and more opportunities as volunteers, gain more experience in collaboration, and improve our talents overall.”

Katherine Van Diepen, Surfwoman

“Volunteering at WIC has given me such an opportunity to understand the back-bones of a well-organized professional non-profit board. It also has given me tremendous deeper connections to professional women who I truly respect and admire. Volunteering has been my way of also giving back the support that I have gained from WIC in building my own business.”

Angel Rampy, Success through Learning