WCSA President Candidate Statement:

 

Alexandra Weinroth
Hello WCSA! My name is Alexandra Weinroth and this past year, I served alongside Amelia Faraco-Hadlack as one of WCSA’s Professional Development Co-Chairs. In this role, Amelia and I completely revamped and modernized WCSA’s Mentoring Program, ensuring it was virtual-friendly, more accountable, and packed with new and enriching components, like resume and personal branding workshops. We developed the WCSA Rolodex to foster a sense of community and bring members together, even when we were spread out across the country.

I am a strong believer – and direct beneficiary – of the view that “empowered women empower women.” WCSA is a natural home for this type of community-driven support and development. From asking a fellow member to review your resume or do a practice interview, to getting a group together to volunteer or meet over Zoom to discuss the unique challenges and circumstances we navigate every day as women and government employees. WCSA can and should be a safe place for women congressional staffers to thrive and celebrate each other.

As President, I will bring my development and management experience, communications and outreach skills, and deeply held commitment to paying it forward to WCSA’s highest office. I will partner with the Vice President, Board, and WCSA members to ensure our programming, mission, and values align with those of our ever-growing and ever-changing community.

I would be honored to work alongside you as we shape this unique, bipartisan, and bicameral organization into the uplifting, uniting, and empowering community we need it to be.



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