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Board of Directors
Why an all-female board? Despite many gains made over the last several decades, women remain underrepresented on executive boards at all levels. Among 71 percent of Fortune 1000 companies, women occupy less than 20 percent of board seats (the rest have female board representation of 20 percent or greater). At small nonprofit organizations (budgets less than $25 million), women make up 45 percent of CEOs and 43 percent of board seats. At large nonprofits (budgets $25 million and up), women make up 21 percent of CEOs and 33 percent of board seats.*
The YWCA offers an opportunity for women to develop leadership skills and have a real voice in the organization’s management at the executive and board level through maintaining an all-female board and a female executive director. This empowerment carries over into other areas of life. Many former board members have expressed that their experience on the YWCA board has provided them with experience and skills to enable them to pursue other leadership positions and contribute to other organizations in the community. The guidelines for all-female boards and executive directors are set forth by the YWCA USA.
Elizabeth C. Strauss
Tymia Q. Green
Chief Executive Officer
Building & Grounds Director
Chief Grants & Impact Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Aquatic & Wellness Director
Chief Financial Officer
Child Enrichment Program Director at Adams Commerce Center
Lydia Van Evera
Child Enrichment Program Director at 909 Fairfield Rd
Community Engagement & Fund Development Coordinator
Human Resources Manager