In an effort to position itself for future growth, Iowa Women Lead Change last week announced a leadership succession plan that expands its regional support and names the organization's next chief executive officer.
 
For 10 years, IWLC has developed a statewide presence, offering leadership resources including events, speakers, networking opportunities, statewide initiatives and other services designed to develop, advance and promote women leaders.

As part of the succession plan, co-founder and current CEO Diane Ramsey will transition in June to a part-time role focusing on IWLC strategic initiatives, such as the EPIC Corporate Challenge. At that time, IWLC Chief Operating Officer Tiffany O'Donnell will assume the position of CEO.
"I've had the privilege to be part of an organization whose mission is aligned with my personal values," Ramsey said in a news release. "Being part of the IWLC team has been life-changing for me and I know it has had an impact on the lives of women across the region."

O'Donnell was hired as chief operating officer in 2015. Before assuming her position at IWLC, O'Donnell spent many years working for CBS2 and Fox28 in Cedar Rapids. A native of Bettendorf, O'Donnell holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in communications and French from DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind.

Over the past two years, IWLC has expanded across the state, offering conferences and supporting programs in the Sioux City, Dubuque and Quad Cities areas. To support this growth, IWLC has also hired several new regional managers including Laura Pedersen as Siouxland regional manager, Deanna Woodall as Quad Cities regional manager, and Aileen Black as Eastern Iowa regional manager. The organization also announced the hiring of Nicole McAllister as fund development manager.

The new staff members join Bobbi Segura, who joined IWLC in January 2015 as Central Iowa regional manager.

Diane Ramsey
In an effort to position itself for future growth, Iowa Women Lead Change last week announced a leadership succession plan that expands its regional support and names the organization's next chief executive officer.

For 10 years, IWLC has developed a statewide presence, offering leadership resources including events, speakers, networking opportunities, statewide initiatives and other services designed to develop, advance and promote women leaders.

As part of the succession plan, co-founder and current CEO Diane Ramsey will transition in June to a part-time role focusing on IWLC strategic initiatives, such as the EPIC Corporate Challenge. At that time, IWLC Chief Operating Officer Tiffany O'Donnell will assume the position of CEO.
"I've had the privilege to be part of an organization whose mission is aligned with my personal values," Ramsey said in a news release. "Being part of the IWLC team has been life-changing for me and I know it has had an impact on the lives of women across the region."

Tiffany O'Donnell
O'Donnell was hired as chief operating officer in 2015. Before assuming her position at IWLC, O'Donnell spent many years working for CBS2 and Fox28 in Cedar Rapids. A native of Bettendorf, O'Donnell holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in communications and French from DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind.

Over the past two years, IWLC has expanded across the state, offering conferences and supporting programs in the Sioux City, Dubuque and Quad Cities areas. To support this growth, IWLC has also hired several new regional managers including Laura Pedersen as Siouxland regional manager, Deanna Woodall as Quad Cities regional manager, and Aileen Black as Eastern Iowa regional manager. The organization also announced the hiring of Nicole McAllister as fund development manager.

The new staff members join Bobbi Segura, who joined IWLC in January 2015 as Central Iowa regional manager.
Diane Ramsey
In an effort to position itself for future growth, Iowa Women Lead Change last week announced a leadership succession plan that expands its regional support and names the organization's next chief executive officer.

For 10 years, IWLC has developed a statewide presence, offering leadership resources including events, speakers, networking opportunities, statewide initiatives and other services designed to develop, advance and promote women leaders.

As part of the succession plan, co-founder and current CEO Diane Ramsey will transition in June to a part-time role focusing on IWLC strategic initiatives, such as the EPIC Corporate Challenge. At that time, IWLC Chief Operating Officer Tiffany O'Donnell will assume the position of CEO.
"I've had the privilege to be part of an organization whose mission is aligned with my personal values," Ramsey said in a news release. "Being part of the IWLC team has been life-changing for me and I know it has had an impact on the lives of women across the region."

Tiffany O'Donnell
O'Donnell was hired as chief operating officer in 2015. Before assuming her position at IWLC, O'Donnell spent many years working for CBS2 and Fox28 in Cedar Rapids. A native of Bettendorf, O'Donnell holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in communications and French from DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind.

Over the past two years, IWLC has expanded across the state, offering conferences and supporting programs in the Sioux City, Dubuque and Quad Cities areas. To support this growth, IWLC has also hired several new regional managers including Laura Pedersen as Siouxland regional manager, Deanna Woodall as Quad Cities regional manager, and Aileen Black as Eastern Iowa regional manager. The organization also announced the hiring of Nicole McAllister as fund development manager.

The new staff members join Bobbi Segura, who joined IWLC in January 2015 as Central Iowa regional manager.

Diane Ramsey
In an effort to position itself for future growth, Iowa Women Lead Change last week announced a leadership succession plan that expands its regional support and names the organization's next chief executive officer.

For 10 years, IWLC has developed a statewide presence, offering leadership resources including events, speakers, networking opportunities, statewide initiatives and other services designed to develop, advance and promote women leaders.

As part of the succession plan, co-founder and current CEO Diane Ramsey will transition in June to a part-time role focusing on IWLC strategic initiatives, such as the EPIC Corporate Challenge. At that time, IWLC Chief Operating Officer Tiffany O'Donnell will assume the position of CEO.
"I've had the privilege to be part of an organization whose mission is aligned with my personal values," Ramsey said in a news release. "Being part of the IWLC team has been life-changing for me and I know it has had an impact on the lives of women across the region."

Tiffany O'Donnell
O'Donnell was hired as chief operating officer in 2015. Before assuming her position at IWLC, O'Donnell spent many years working for CBS2 and Fox28 in Cedar Rapids. A native of Bettendorf, O'Donnell holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in communications and French from DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind.

Over the past two years, IWLC has expanded across the state, offering conferences and supporting programs in the Sioux City, Dubuque and Quad Cities areas. To support this growth, IWLC has also hired several new regional managers including Laura Pedersen as Siouxland regional manager, Deanna Woodall as Quad Cities regional manager, and Aileen Black as Eastern Iowa regional manager. The organization also announced the hiring of Nicole McAllister as fund development manager.

The new staff members join Bobbi Segura, who joined IWLC in January 2015 as Central Iowa regional manager.
Diane Ramsey
In an effort to position itself for future growth, Iowa Women Lead Change last week announced a leadership succession plan that expands its regional support and names the organization's next chief executive officer.

For 10 years, IWLC has developed a statewide presence, offering leadership resources including events, speakers, networking opportunities, statewide initiatives and other services designed to develop, advance and promote women leaders.

As part of the succession plan, co-founder and current CEO Diane Ramsey will transition in June to a part-time role focusing on IWLC strategic initiatives, such as the EPIC Corporate Challenge. At that time, IWLC Chief Operating Officer Tiffany O'Donnell will assume the position of CEO.
"I've had the privilege to be part of an organization whose mission is aligned with my personal values," Ramsey said in a news release. "Being part of the IWLC team has been life-changing for me and I know it has had an impact on the lives of women across the region."

Tiffany O'Donnell
O'Donnell was hired as chief operating officer in 2015. Before assuming her position at IWLC, O'Donnell spent many years working for CBS2 and Fox28 in Cedar Rapids. A native of Bettendorf, O'Donnell holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in communications and French from DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind.

Over the past two years, IWLC has expanded across the state, offering conferences and supporting programs in the Sioux City, Dubuque and Quad Cities areas. To support this growth, IWLC has also hired several new regional managers including Laura Pedersen as Siouxland regional manager, Deanna Woodall as Quad Cities regional manager, and Aileen Black as Eastern Iowa regional manager. The organization also announced the hiring of Nicole McAllister as fund development manager.

The new staff members join Bobbi Segura, who joined IWLC in January 2015 as Central Iowa regional manager.