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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

Organizational Structure:  WCI is an international organization founded in 1986 that unites individual women’s clubs throughout the world. WCI coordinates and facilitates the exchange of information and activities of its clubs and their members.

WCI’s mission is to promote friendship, understanding, and education among women of all nations without regard to political, cultural, and religious differences.

WCI is a corporation, not an individual club. WCI does not fundraise or promote any charity, and it is nonreligious and apolitical.

WCI is an all-volunteer non-profit organization consisting of more than 20 clubs with an aggregate membership of over 1,500 individual members.

WCI Board of Directors:  A Board of Directors consisting of the President and a WCI Liaison of each member club governs WCI. The Board of Directors votes on any proposed changes to the WCI bylaws and other major organizational matters, and it suggests new programs and directions to the WCI President and Executive Committee. The Board of Directors meets annually in the Spring. Each member club has one vote on the Board.

WCI Executive Committee:  The Board of Directors elects the WCI President. The President appoints an Executive Committee to assist her during the term of her presidency. The WCI President has the overall responsibility for directing WCI day-to-day operations and ensuring fulfillment of WCI’s goals. Both the President and the Executive Committee sit on the Board of Directors. The Executive Committee meets twice a year. The President and Executive Committee serve for a term of two years, commencing July 1 through June 30.

WCI and its affiliated member clubs are independent, non-political, and non-religious. All WCI Officers and Executive Committee members are volunteers. WCI employs no paid personnel to operate its organization and maintains no physical office space.

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