As a WIRe event lead you’ll be the face of Women in Research in your local market, and spearhead our relationships with local members and sponsors. Your commitment to hosting an event is invaluable to our volunteer driven organization! In turn, you benefit from increased industry exposure for yourself and your company.
Event leads participate in sponsorship outreach, plan event details, assist in event promotions and serve as the face of Women In Research in your local market. WIRe will help provide you with guidelines and tools as well as administrative and marketing support to ensure your event is a success.
In order to maintain consistency and interest in Women in Research in each market, we ask that event leads host two events per year, one in Q1/Q2 and one in Q3/Q4. The educational content of the event will be structured around a year-long “theme” provided by WIRe. If you would like to host a pop-up event to test market feasibility or if you have other creative ideas for events, please let us know!
WIRe promotes all events through our networks, but we ask that you help spread the word through social channels (personal + WIRe) and your own industry networks. Event leads also work closely with your event sponsors to co-promote events.
If you are interested in becoming an event lead or would like more information, please contact Jessica Sage at firstname.lastname@example.org.Contact Us
WIRe NY Event Lead
“Being an event lead is a fantastic way to meet other women and supportive men in our industry. What has impressed me most about running WIRe NYC is the sheer enthusiasm of those attending. They are inspiring events and it is very rewarding to be a part of such a successful and worthwhile networking group.”
Director of Marketing, Greenbook
WIRe Seattle & Portland Event Lead
“Working as a WIRe city lead has been a great way to meet some amazing women in my region and expand my professional network. The process the WIRe Team has set up makes it easy to organize successful, engaging local events. Women supporting one another is a powerful thing – and I’ve loved helping to make that happen!”