WMSD Action Team Descriptions


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Empowering Women to Take the Lead


March Director

Description: The March Director is responsible for managing March Coordinators, ensures that all teams are aware of their interdependencies, and are effectively communicating across teams, removes barriers by engaging Executive Board, manages overall march implementation plan, provides weekly status updates.

  • March Coordinator of Logistics (includes Security and Accessibility)

  • March Coordinator of Marketing & PR

  • March Coordinator of Volunteers

  • March Coordinator of Programming

  • March Coordinator of Sponsorship

  • March Coordinator of Community Outreach


Volunteer Coordinator

Description: The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for volunteer engagement, by providing direction, coordination, and consultation for all volunteer functions of Women’s March San Diego. Develops, promotes, and maintains a range of volunteer opportunities within the organization and recruits, interviews and assigns applicants for volunteer work. Provides ongoing support and guidance for volunteers and creates and distributes communications and publications designed to maintain engagement in the organization.


Marketing Director

Description: The Marketing Director is responsible for planning, development and implementation of all of the organization’s marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities, both external and internal. Oversees development and implementation of support materials and services for chapters in the area of marketing, communications and public relations. Directs the efforts of the marketing, communications and public relations volunteers and coordinates at the strategic and tactical levels with the other functions of the organization.


Public Relations & Communications Director

Description: The Public Relations & Communications Director is responsible for the overall comprehensive marketing and communications strategy to ensure a consistent and active implementation of the plan. Key features include program messaging, fundraising, awareness and branding.

  • Contribute expertise to assist staff in establishing organizational marketing, branding and communication plans and initiatives.

  • Build on current brand and develop creative market outreach programs that will drive new partners and friends.

  • Advise team members on strategies and development for various marketing communications channels and web presences including, electronic/social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc), newsletter, public relations, website and printed collateral.

  • Maintain and build relationships with key industry partners and members of the press in conjunction with staff efforts and identify speaking engagements for staff and community to help market and brand the organization.


Social Media Director

Description: The Social Media Director creates innovative and exciting methods for public awareness and engagement. Through creative, clear and compelling web and social media communications drive engagement and awareness of the organization’s work locally, statewide and nationally.


San Diego Regional Director

Responsible for creating chapters or relationships with members throughout San Diego County to ensure that all San Diegans feel represented and heard.  


Advisory Board Leader & Relationship Manager (2 positions)

Description: The Advisory Board Leader & Relationship Manager is responsible for building and supporting a team of Advisory Board Members. The Advisory Board are a group of volunteers who provide non-binding strategic guidance and direction to organization leadership and support in the development of the organization. Advisors are recognized within our community as leaders, and can assist with generating access to revenue streams and who might also represent the organization to the community.


Community Outreach Leaders (2 positions)

Description: The Community Outreach Leaders are responsible for building and supporting representatives from key partner organizations throughout the San Diego community. These Leaders will build a team of Community Outreach Relationship (COR) Managers and manage multiple COR managers, who will be responsible for creating relationships with key organizations and identifying opportunities to support these key organizations.


Website Governance Director

Description: The Website Governance Director is responsible for building and managing a team who will create the website strategy, website marketing & communications, e-commerce, web content development & workflows, website graphic design, user experience (analysis/design), information/data architecture, website analytics, security, archiving, accessibility, legal issues (for example, copyright, DRM, trademark, and privacy), and training. This individual should have a deep and broad understanding of the Web and website governance issues.


Director of Development

Description: The Director of Development organizes activities to raise funds or otherwise solicit and gather monetary donations or other gifts. May design and produce promotional materials for fundraising purposes. Create a living list of grant funding opportunities to include designating those available for sponsorship of stand alone events such as a future march.  Raise awareness of the organization's work, goals, and financial needs. Organizes a committee of 3-5 individuals to research grant opportunities for nonprofits. Ideally, a grant writer or two would be on the committee.


Rapid Response Coordinator

Description: The Rapid Response Coordinator coordinates and mobilizes the San Diego community in response to emergent or complex situations which may arise.  Coordinate across committees for rapid response.


Voter Registration Lead

Description: Project Manage Voter Registration initiative.