Upcoming Opportunities

West Region Representative

I would like to Thank Julie MacSwain for serving as WiN West Regional Representative. You have done a great job! Happy retirement to you and thank you for your service!

Following Julie's retirement, the opportunity to become the WiN West Regional Representative will be open. This position is up for election every 2 years. The remainder of this term is through the end of 2023. You must be a member in good standing, dues paid and up-to-date, and live in the West region states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.

The major duties of each Regional Representative shall be to:
     1. Serve as an official member of the National Council.
     2. Represent membership in their respective administrative regions at national council 
          meetings.
     3. Inform the membership in their respective administrative regions of general and special 
          meetings of the Organization.
     4. Present issues and concerns from members within their administrative regions to the 
          National Council.
     5. Provide recommendations on policy and procedures to assist members in their region to 
         voice issues, comments, and concerns to the National Council.
     6. Develop and maintain working relationship with members of their region in cooperation 
         with NRCS Federal Women’s Program Managers.
     7. Serve as a member of the ad hoc Membership Committee.
     8. On average 4 hours a month

To be considered please complete the following and send to Heather Medina Sauceda at heather@winnrcs.org by May 14, 2020. 

2 page limit on a write up about why you are interested in the position and what strengths you 
will bring to the WiN National Council team.
The National Council will make the West Regional Representative selection by May 18, 2020 and the chosen person will be sworn on at the June 15 th , 2021 meeting.

Please consider this opportunity to work on your leadership skills and bring your valuable input 
to WiN.


Thank you,

Heather Medina Sauceda