Open Volunteer Position: Awakin Call Biographer

Team Info:

Awakin CallsEvery week, we have a global conference call to share insights and inspiration from various leaders, ladders and everyday heroes. Typically, the call features a guest speaker and is followed by dynamic Q&A around the emergent themes.

 

Volunteer Role:

Awakin Call Biographer
Learn the stories of our remarkable speakers’ lives, and help present their stories to the world from the lens of their inner transformation journeys! This volunteer will write a 3-5 paragraph bio about Awakin call guest speakers – going beyond their “resumes” and with an inner lens through which they are rarely presented to the world. In addition to the bio, the volunteer will also craft up a potential theme for the call after collating suggestions from the speaker. We expect about 1-2 bios per month in this role, which is should take about 4-8 hours per month.

 

More Context:

Strong writing skills are required.

 

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