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Ambassadors

The Program

The USOW Ambassador Program trains, connects, and activates a national grassroots network of current and future leaders passionate about achieving gender equity, no matter their background or previous experience. They share one common goal: creating intersectional gender equity through collective power and community building.


The program starts with a series of training and cohort activities to help Ambassadors develop the tools and skills they need to begin building their national and local network. With each USOW activation and campaign, Ambassadors receive additional resources to organize in their community.

What ambassadors do

Develop Skills

Develop the organizing skills needed to be intersectional and intentional leaders in their communities and help others become advocates for gender equity through our robust training program.

Take Action

Lead on local adaptations of USOW national campaigns by bringing together stakeholders– such as government officials, business leaders, local non-profits, activists, and community members– to advance gender equity across issue areas.

Build Community

Collaborate with the USOW team and fellow Ambassadors to strengthen the gender equity community by sharing best practices and resources and channeling collective power. Connect with local nonprofits, organizations, and supporters interested in taking action.

Apply to Become an Ambassador

Apply to join the 2022 Ambassador Program! Fill out the form below and let us know why you’d be a great Ambassador for your state.


Those selected are asked to spend approximately 1-2 hours per week in this role. More than one person can represent a city or state as a USOW Ambassador, so please apply. The deadline to apply is November 14th. If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected].

Find your State’s
ambassador

A cohort of 90 women across 44 states & territories, Ambassadors make up a national grassroots network representing diverse communities from coast to coast and everywhere in between.

Impact

Here are some of the ways they’ve been able to kickstart or strengthen their local movements for full gender equity.

Virginia Ambassador, Jacqueline Glass speaks with activist and actress Kerry Washington about voting, activism, and democracy at Norfolk State University.

California Ambassadors Renee Delos Santos (pictured left) and Denea Joseph (pictured right) participated in the City of West Hollywood’s Women’s Equality Day event as panelists bringing awareness to civic engagement in Los Angeles.

Alexandria Washington, Florida Ambassador, worked with local organizations to change Tallahassee’s city charter to have gender-inclusive language.