Membership Coordinator

Blogs by Shauneen Grout

How Does the League Empower Me?

By sgrout
3/25/2014
Attendees of the 2014 Shur Insititute

At the Ruth S. Shur Training Institute, the Shur Fellows were asked to share what it was about the League that has empowered them. It was a powerful reminder of all the amazing work that the League does across the country and how rewarding it can be personally.

New Coaches, New Training, Same Great Mission

By sgrout
2/13/2014
2013 Shur Fellow Training

LWVUS is gearing up to train the newest class of Ruth S. Shur Fellows, which will prepare the Fellows to go into the states and aid local Leagues in their pursuit of growing and strengthening the League and build our capacity to champion our issues.

National Volunteer Week: A New Generation of Volunteers

By sgrout
4/9/2014
Young People's Task Force

The LWVUS Young People’s Taskforce (YPTF) was created in 2012 with the mission to seek ways to increase the League’s next generation of League members.