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What time commitment do I need to make as an ambassador?

There is no strict time commitment that you need to make as an AWIP Ambassador. There will be opportunities to participate in events, speak on panels, or provide mentoring - but this is all at your own discretion.

What is expected of me as an ambassador?

We hope that Ambassadors are willing to spend 1-2 hours of their time with AWIP per Quarter. This time could be spent speaking on a panel, being interviewed for an article, attending an ambassador event, or mentoring the next generation of female product leaders.

What kind of benefits will I get?

First and foremost you will be a part of an organization with a great mission of empowering high potential female product and tech leaders through professional education and executive mentorship. Secondly, as an Ambassador you will have opportunities to be featured in our press (Forbes Column), speak on panels at both AWIP and outside conferences, and give back to the community of emerging product leaders.

Who are some other AWIP ambassadors?

Our ambassador community is a diverse group of product leaders, technologists, executives, and venture capitalists. Some of our most active ambassadors are Sarah Guo (Partner at Greylock), Ron Hirson (Chief Product Office of Docusign), as well as product leaders at Google, Spotify, Stripe, LinkedIn, and more. The AWIP community is growing stronger every day and we’d love to have you join us as well!