The Membership Committee works primarily on recruiting new members and retaining current members. Income from membership dues is the primary source of NCAWA's operating funds. The recruitment efforts of this committee and the work of the Executive Director are critical to the survival of the organization.
The Membership Committee Wants to Hear From You!
Please call, write, or email Membership Committee Chair Rachel Blunk with your news: certifications, presentations, publications, awards, appointments, exhibits, etc., are all items the NCAWA membership would like to acknowledge in a “Member News” article. Feel free to include a photo if you like. Please also let Lesley know if you would like to be the subject of an entire article or profile (referred to as "A Member You Should Know") that would contain further biographical information. In each NCAWA newsletter, there will be one "A Member You Should Know" column per Self-Evident(NCAWA's quarterly newsletter) publication.
Click here for more information about submitting "Member News" or being profiled in "A Member You Should Know" column in Self-Evident, NCAWA's quarterly newsletter.
Are you interested in joining the Membership Committee?
The Membership Committee is always looking for enthusiastic and creative lawyers to join us and help with our mission of recruiting and retaining women lawyers in the NCAWA. If you are interested in joining this committee, please contact Committee Chair Rachel Blunk.
The North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys (NCAWA) is the organization where women lawyers in North Carolina come together to build important personal and professional relationships. The NCAWA is about women helping women. When you join the NCAWA, you can expect leadership opportunities, rewarding work on our committees, a networking forum for business development, and more. Read More...
NCAWA's mission is to promote the participation of women in the legal profession and advance the rights and welfare of women under the law.