Women in Public Service
ARE YOU A WOMAN IN PUBLIC SERVICE? KNOW SOMEONE WHO IS?
WOMEN IN PUBLIC SERVICE IS A NEW CHANNEL ON WE MAGAZINE FOR WOMEN and profiles women who are either employed or volunteer in the public service sector (ie. within a government system).
Here are the questions for the Women in Public Service Interview. Feel free to answer them, and send the questions and your responses to Heidi (at) wemagazineforwomen.com with “Women in Public Service” in the subject line. In addition to the interview responses (please keep questions intact and include in the BODY of the email), send a *LINK to your photo. Do not send the interview as an attachment. All attached documents are discarded. Photos are accepted as an attachment or a link. Be sure to read the Women in Business Interviews http://wemagazineforwomen.com/category/women/women-in-public-service/ to see the format and type of information we are interested in. PLEASE INCLUDE ALL SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS IN YOUR RESPONSES INCLUDING REACH (number of followers for each channel). Each woman WE feature, WE follow and post feature to our social media channels (total reach 32K+).
Public Service sector __________________________
WEBSITE URL _________________________
Tell us a little bit about what your career in public service and why you chose this path in the first place?
At what age did you first decide that public service was something you might like to pursue?
What do you think are some of the qualities a woman needs to be successful in public service?
What are some of the drawbacks to being in public service?
What opportunities do you see for women who would like to pursue public service as a career choice?
Who has been a role model to you and why?
What are some of the needs in public service that you see are lacking leadership or need a “woman’s touch?”
Answer either of these questions or both: What is the number one thing you would like to accomplish while you are in public service? Or: What is your Mission in public service?
What has been your greatest moment or achievement in public service to date?
If someone reading this article were interested in going into public service what is the first thing you would advise her to do?
What resources do you recommend to anyone interested in pursing public service as a career choice (including education, reading lists, etc).
What is your favorite quote and why?
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
What do you like to do in your leisure time?
What’s next for you?
How can the readers of WE Magazine for Women connect with you (contact info, social media)?
Note: we reserve the right to delete or not accept any interviews we feel are not relevant or inappropriate to our target audience. Incomplete interviews will also be discarded.