Want to know what PWN-USA is up to and how you can get involved? Join our monthly workgroup calls, and check out our official calendar of events! To be added to the workgroup lists: If you have NOT joined PWN-USA as a member through the website, do so here and indicate which workgroups you would like to join. If you ARE already a PWN-USA member but are NOT on the workgroup lists, please email the contact named for the group(s) you would like to join and ask to be added.
REGULAR MONTHLY WORKGROUP CALLS
Our workgroups meet once per month by conference call on the following days and times (subject to change as needed). They are open to any and all women living with HIV who are interested in learning and getting involved, and are mandatory for affiliated regional chapter officers/reps:
Regional Organizing & Leadership Development (ROLD): 2nd Friday of the month at 4 PM ET/1 PM PT
Connect with PWN-USA member leaders from coast to coast. Build your organizing and leadership skills and advocacy capacity through peer-to-peer mentoring. If you’re interested in forming a regional PWN chapter, or in becoming a co-chair of an existing PWN chapter, you must join these calls regularly! To be added to the ROLD workgroup, please contact Waheedah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Strategic Communications Action Team (SCAT): 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6 PM ET/3 PM PT
Are you interested in educating people about issues facing women living with HIV through social media, traditional media, talking with policy makers or face-to-face organizing? You should join our SCAT calls! We discuss timely issues from across the nation, share best practices on how to make a big impact on social media, build our skills in crafting a public message that people can relate to, learn how to contact and interact with media makers, and more! To be added to the SCAT workgroup, please contact Jennie at email@example.com.
Policy Workgroup: 4th Wednesday of the month at 6 PM ET/3 PM PT
Want to learn more about how public policies and laws affect people living with and affected by HIV, and how you can get involved in making sure those policies help rather than harm? The policy workgroup is the place for you. Get the latest on what is happening in policy throughout the nation and hear what women in other regions are doing about it. Get training on effective advocacy to make real change! To be added to the Policy workgroup, please contact Cammie at firstname.lastname@example.org.