Walker’s Legacy seeks to empower women to advance their entrepreneurial endeavors and corporate careers. We’ve seen an amazing surge in the number of women of color entrepreneurs and those demanding their seat at the table in the C-Suite all across the country in the past few years. This is one of the reasons why Walker’s Legacy was founded: To cultivate an ecosystem of access designed to inspire, equip, and engage a global network of emerging and established business women of color.
In order to continue to do this important work and expand the impact and reach of Walker’s Legacy, we are looking for a group of dynamic women who are passionate and committed to advancing and amplifying the voices of entrepreneurial and career focused women of color across the nation!
We’re excited to continue to build out our global network of local career and business-oriented women aspiring for affluence, experience, growth, and seeking community and place! We are excited to announce that we are launching applications for our next cohort of City Directors!
On Tuesday, October 15, 2019, we will be hosting a City Director Informational Webinar. This will be a chance for the Director of Communities and Events to meet you, share insights, and most importantly provide you with more information about the work of Walker’s Legacy to empower women across the nation and provide more details about the role of a City Director.
Our goal is to have City Directors in all 50 states and major U.S. territories by 2025! Applications open on October 15th and we’re accepting applications through October 31st!
What is a City Director?
City Directors provide leadership, program implementation, and connections for events and initiatives that contribute to the advancement of Walker’s Legacy and our mission to inspire, equip, and engage women in business.
City Directors are contracted representatives of Walker’s Legacy in high impact entrepreneurial markets throughout the United States. They create success by delivering curated programs, making connections with community leaders, corporations, and organizations, and supervising events teams and volunteers.
P.S. Do you know a woman of color who you think would make a great City Director? Encourage them to apply today or click here to submit your interest by October 25th and we’ll reach out to them about applying!