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Woman’s City Club Is Seeking Part-Time Communications Manager

Overview of Responsibilities: Provide technical staff support to carry out the objectives and programs of the Woman’s City Club, a non-profit civic organization. The job normally entails providing a welcoming presence in the office (located near UC), managing communications, membership database, website and production and distribution of a Weekly Update and Bulletin newsletter. Expertise in MS Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, WordPress and social media posting required. Knowledge of bulk mail procedures a plus. Must be a self-starter, detail-oriented and able to work with a working board. Competitive pay, 10-15 hrs./week, flexible hours.
Long WCC Job Description

To apply: Please send your resume and cover letter via email to  Applications are due by 5 pm on Monday, October 26, 2020. 


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and moves citizens to action consistent with our values.




Upcoming Public and Member Events




Wednesday, October 28, 6:30 pm. Forum, Criminal Justice for All: Recommendations for Reform, featuring David Singleton and Sasha Naiman of the Ohio Justice and Policy Center. To register:

Saturday, November 21, 10 am. WCC Book Club. Discussion books and registration TBA

Saturday, February 27, 2021, 1:30-3:30 pm: Feist Tea.

Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 7 pm. National Speaker event with Denise Kiernan  Memorial Hall in Over-the-Rhine.

NOTE: Woman’s City Club offices are closed due to the coronavirus. If you have any questions, email us (

Committee Meetings

Monday, October 12, 6:30 pm: Program Committee meeting

Tuesday, October 27. 6:30: Communications Committee meeting

Monday, December 14, 6:30 pm: Program Committee meeting

See Calendar for more WCC Committee Meetings


The August 2020 Bulletin is HERE!


Volunteer with the Greater Cincinnati Voter Collaborative!

Take action with the Greater Cincinnati Voter Collaborative!  WCC is a proud member of the new GCVB. We are seeking volunteers to help take action to embolden democracy. Learn more on how you can help protect Ohio rights, or participate in non-partisan OHIO Voter Outreach Events (NOVOC), with many opportunities to take action locally.

The Greater Cincinnati Voter Collaborative is an informal nonpartisan collaboration of local organizations that seek to amplify safe voter engagement and advocacy efforts for the citizens of Greater Cincinnati.  In addition to volunteering, voters and potential voters can find everything they need to vote safely, securely, and knowledgeably in the November 2020 election at   


Volunteer to help pass Issue #17 – CPS Renewal Levy

Endorsed by WCC

Woman’s City Club’s board has voted unanimously to endorse Cincinnati Public School’s renewal levy, Issue 17 on the November 3 ballot. As a renewal levy, it will continue to raise $48 million for five years. $33 million is allocated for operations; $15 million for preschool expansion. Voter approval of this issue will not increase taxes.
Here are ways you can help pass this levy:
·          The campaign is looking for locations to place four feet square yard signs. If you live in Cincinnati or have a business here on major thoroughfares or high traffic streets, and are willing to have a yard sign, please email the campaign directly the campaign manager at
·            While the campaign has broad support from local businesses, unions, and staff, it is dependent on community support from committed individuals. Contributions can be made online at
·            People who would like to work at the polls may volunteer at

Recent Activities

Wednesday, August 26, 2020, Voting Rights-Then and Now, with speakers Katherine Durack, PhD, retired Miami University professor and curator of a recent exhibit at the downtown Public Library, and Catherine Turcer, Executive Director of Common Cause Ohio,

February 2020, Perspectives on Bail: How Does it Work? Is Reform Needed? with Dr. Ebony Ruhland, Julie Wilson, William R. Gallagher, and Stephen JohnsonGrove.


Centennial Books can still be purchased:

  • WCC’s history from 1965,  Lighting the Fire, Leading the Way and
  • Stirring the Pot in the Kitchen and the Community for 100 Years,” with recipes from WCC members from World War I, the Fifties and the present
  • Click here to order: Centennial

Donate to the Marian A. Spencer Statue Fund.