WCSA Outreach and Community Service Director Candidate Statements  (2 available positions)

Emily Richardson

My name is Emily Richardson and I am pleased to submit my candidacy for Co-Chair of the Outreach & Community Service Committee. As the current President of WCSA, I think I bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to this position and have a proven track record of commitment and dedication to the mission and goals of the organization. Additionally, I have lived in Washington, D.C. and worked on Capitol Hill for the past four years and believe that the knowledge I have built up about the City and the connections I have made with groups on and off the Hill will be invaluable to this position. As Co-Chair, I plan to build on the previously successful "Power Breakfast Series," partner with the Capitol Hill Community Service Organization, and assist WCSA with building relationships with Washington-based women's professional development organizations. This Committee represents enormous potential for helping WCSA members grow their network and give back to their communities. I believe my experience, knowledge, and familiarity with Capitol Hill and D.C. are well-suited to realize these goals and ultimately build a stronger network between WCSA and the D.C. community.

Alexia Sikora

I am a seasoned communications professional who is currently working as the Communications Director for Congressman Steve Womack. I volunteered as a Speed Mentor for the Annual WCSA Leadership Conference after being encouraged by a board member to be more involved with the organization. I attended American University for my undergrad and Master's, so I am very familiar with the D.C. community. I have volunteered as a reading mentoring for the Everyone Wins D.C. chapter, and am currently a Placement Chair for College to Congress. 

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