Volunteer

Get Involved

Ask any SF IABC board member or volunteer about their experience with the chapter, and they’ll tell you that the more passionate you are about your volunteer role, the greater the benefits.

We offer a range of opportunities where you can enhance existing expertise or gain new skills – while expanding your network and developing leadership and management skills.

Chapter Leadership Opportunities

Along with the formal positions listed, all committees (which we call portfolios) have additional opportunities available. Most positions require a 4-6 hour time commitment per month.

You must be a member to hold a board position, but non-members can participate as a volunteer.

Interested? Contact Past President, Kamna Narain, to discuss the right fit for you.

Communications Portfolio

Volunteer, Website Management (1 position)
Gain hands-on experience in managing a website and shaping it as a tool to further the SF IABC brand, promote chapter programs and engage members.

Content Specialists/Writers
Contribute content (written, video, and/or multimedia) to SF IABC’s website and other communications channels. Deliverables include event recaps, interviews, online marketing content, event publicity and other copywriting. Opportunities for an ongoing role, as well as one-time projects, are available.

Lead, LinkedIn
Responsible for managing LinkedIn account, including posting about chapter and international events and programs, and other news/features, in coordination with the Director, Social Media, and the other social media leads.

Member Outreach & Engagement

Member Outreach Leads (multiple positions)
Join a team of individuals focused on creating an engaging and optimal experience for the entire membership cycle – onboarding, engagement, involvement, recognition and retention. Positions focus on outreach with key segments of current and potential SF IABC members, including:

  • Corporate Members
  • Independent Consultants
  • Entry and Junior-Level Professionals
  • Communications Executives and Senior-Level Professionals

Networking Nine Coordinators (2 positions)
Get to know our members by assisting the Networking Nine team with coordinating these member-only dinners. Identify relevant participants, send invites, make outreach calls, work with venues and help host dinners.

Professional Development Portfolio

Co-Director, Independent Communicators’ Roundtable (ICR) – 2 open positions
Partner with another co-director to create, plan and host interactive discussion sessions tailored for the chapter’s special interest group for independent consultants and small business owners. Meetings alternate between San Francisco and the East Bay.