GFWC- MFWC Organizational Structure
GFWC-MFWC is a community service organization with a four tier organizational structure. The first tier and highest level of our organization is the State Level or Executive Board which is comprised of the following:
- GFWC-MFWC President, Elected Officers & District Presidents
- Appointed Officers & Special Appointments
- Standing Committees
- Constitutions & Bylaws Committee, Finance Committee, Hebron Memorial Scholarship Committee, Long Range Planning Committee, M. Collie Covington Trustees, Membership Committee, Resolutions & Recommendations Committee, State Headquarters Committee, State Institutions Committee, Ways & Means Committee and Nominating Committee
- Special Committees
- 1935 Society, Fund Development Committee, Malone-Sisk Education/Leadership Endowment Fund Trustees, Challenge Grant Committee, Juniorette Committee, Sara Peugh Butterfly Scholarship Committee and 125th Anniversary Celebration Committee
- Community Service Programs Appointments, Advancement Areas Appointments & Contest Appointments
Our second level is the District Level. The district level is comprised of five districts with each district having the management of its own affairs, subject to the approval of the State President and the State Executive Board.
The third level is our Woman's Clubs, sometime referred to as General Clubs, also have the management of their own affairs, subject to the approval of the State President and the State Executive Board. This group constitutes the largest portion of the GFWC-MFWC active membership.
The forth level is our Juniorette Clubs who are sponsored by a Woman's Clubs. Juniorette Clubs, whose members might be called Juniorettes, are composed of young women in junior or senior high school with an age range from 12 to 18 years. Juniorettes may have voting privileges at the GFWC Annual Convention, are eligible for awards, and have reporting responsiblilites, just like Woman's Clubs.