Watermark is pleased to announce that Lauren Schmidt has joined our incredible team as Vice President of Membership. Recognizing that Watermark members are the heart of its community, Lauren will continue to build, foster and develop relationships with all of its members.
"I am thrilled to have the opportunity to start off my 2020 and a new decade with Watermark," says Lauren Schmidt. "And look forward to connecting with our amazing membership community!"
Over the past decade she has engaged with and provided advocacy support to individuals in a robust government-based healthcare system. Her endeavors have included partaking in collaborative program development with a multitude of community-based stakeholders, in addition to implementing tangible applications focused on interpersonal well-being. The scope of Lauren’s career has entailed both domestic and internationally based work placements with integrative team-based models. She holds interest in policy development within the spheres of improving access to equity for under resourced populations, human right advocacy and the development of public health supports for women. Lauren acquired her B.S.W. at San Diego State University and received a master’s degree from New York University in Clinical Social Work.
She will work closely with Kim Steppe, Vice President of Sponsorship and Erin Tselenchuk, Vice President of Marketing and Events, to continue to bring Watermark members opportunities to connect, develop and advocate for themselves and for all those who identify as women. To welcome Lauren, please contact here HERE.
Watermark is a non-profit organization and community of top women executives, emerging executives and entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area whose mission is to increase the number of women in leadership positions. Led by the current Watermark Board of Directors, the organization connects, develops and advocates for the advancement of women in the workplace by offering regular leadership development programs and networking opportunities and promoting gender diversity and equality initiatives. Watermark also supports girls’ leadership programs to help build a well-qualified workforce for the future.
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