WCSA Membership Services Committee Director Candidate Statements (1 position available)  

Christina Nunez

My name is Christina Nunez and I humbly ask for your vote to serve as the Women’s Congressional Staff Association’s Member Services Committee Director. 

 

My interest in WCSA began when I attended the 2016 Summer Conference, where I was surrounded by inspiring and intelligent women. Since then, I have encouraged many of my colleagues to join or stay active in the events. WCSA has given me many opportunities to expand my network, hone my personal message, and most importantly, make friends. I have met some amazing women because of this community; women who are constantly cheering me on and women who are trailblazing across Congress, inspiring me every day. I want other women on the Hill to be just as encouraged and inspired as I have been, which is why I am running to be Member Services Committee Director.

 

If elected, I hope to increase involvement by current members and continue to focus on recruiting new and veteran staffers. I also would like to continue Colleen’s focus on the Mentorship program, and utilize the jobs list to assist our members.

 

Born and raised in Texas, I graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Political Science and minor in Public Relations. In college, I was involved with a female community service organization, for which I served as the Public Relations Chair. I was very active in promoting the organization throughout the university to recruit more members. Currently, I am active in the Congressional Hispanic Staff Association and liberal statewide groups. I served on the WCSA Summer Conference Planning for the 2017 Summer Conference, which really encouraged my continued commitment to the organization. I work for Congressman Lloyd Doggett (Austin/San Antonio) and look forward to working with WCSA members to expand the impact the organization has been able to make.



 


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