Stay involved all year!

Want to get involved with OWHE all year long and/or looking for some great professional development opportunities? Check ways to engage with OWHE throughout the year!  

  • Run for the Board of Directors! We hold board member elections every Spring, and will send information out beginning in February.
  • Become an Institutional Rep on your campus! Learn more about this role by emailing the Chair of the Board
  • Propose a webinar for our monthly webinar series!
  • Write for the blog!
  • Participate in the OWHE Book Club! Find the book club on Facebook or goodreads
  • Join a committee that meets all year!

Conference Volunteers!

Want to get involved with the OWHE 2020 Annual Conference?

Volunteers play a vital role in making all of our conference programming possible. Volunteering is also a great professional development and networking opportunity! If you are interested in being on a conference planning committee, please fill out the volunteer interest form by September 1 2019.

Committees (you may volunteer for as many as you'd like!):

  • Excellence Awards Team
  • Identity Caucus Leadership Team
  • Mentorship Team
  • Networking & Engagement Team
  • On-Site Volunteer Team
  • Promotions Team
  • Sponsorship Team

Volunteer Interest Form

Connect with Women Leaders

Networking with women leaders in the state of Oregon will enhance your professional experience. We look forward to creating opportunities for women to meet, connect and develop together.

Engage in Professional Development

Participate in opportunities for professional growth through educational programs that are provided by our campus contact network right on your campus, in your region or at a state wide gathering. The focus is on providing you with the leadership skills and mentoring necessary to lead.

Lead Change in Higher Education

Higher education in the state of Oregon provides a dynamic environment where women can impact change. Whether in the community college, 4-year institution, public, or private, we want you to be a part of shaping the future of higher education by empowering and affirming your leadership abilities.