Do I qualify to be a WIJO Member, What do I need to do to become a WIJO Member, and What does it mean to be a “WIJO Member”?
-Identify as a Woman or Non-Binary or Gender Neutral Person
-Are a Professional, Performing Jazz Musician
(See the “WIJO New Member Request Form”, linked above)
-Once you become a member, you will be included on our list of “WIJO Members”. The above information will then be included in our database.
-You will receive information about all WIJO events, including invitations to our member-only private meetings, hangs, and more.
-You will also receive regular organization updates, including meeting notes/agendas and any other resources involved in the meetings, organization planning, etc.
-You will have access to our private WIJO Facebook Group, which is a great platform for us members to connect and share resources, and engage in meaningful dialogue.
-You will have the opportunity to provide your own input for shaping WIJO, and the opportunity to lead or be a team member on any WIJO projects and initiatives.
-You may be recommended for work (gigs/teaching/etc) via WIJO sending this provided contact information to people who contact the organization, looking for ideas of women in jazz who they can hire.
Upcoming WIJO Monthly Meetings: Save The Dates!
May 12th, 12-3pm
June 22nd, 12-3pm
Upcoming WIJO Reading Group Meeting:
Current Book: Women, Race & Class by Angela Davis
May 13th, 3-5pm
Upcoming WIJO Hangs:
WIJO's 1st Birthday Celebration!