Our Chapter seeks to embrace both mother and daughter’s leadership potential as confident role models. By embracing “who you are”, Westside Chapter empowers their personal sense of purpose and allows them to be advocates for others.
The leadership development opportunities offered to members through their experience provide foundational skills such as:
- Organizational management skills
- Parliamentary procedures
- Consensus building
- Budget building
- Meeting management skills
Members have opportunities to engage in experiences that build essential skills, such as confidence, consensus and team building, event planning, conflict resolution and parliamentary procedure.
Each class conducts monthly meetings run by their board officers:
• Vice President – Philanthropy
• Vice President – Programs
• Recording Secretary
• Corresponding Secretary
Those not serving on the board are responsible for a job within their class. Examples of class jobs include planning a cultural outing or acting as a liaison between the class and the Chapter for Chapter wide events.
The Ticktocker experience is designed to be a small group leadership program that provides opportunities for each developing young woman to know the joy of helping others and build confidence in a safe and comfortable age appropriate environment.