Sea Services Leadership Association Establishes New Bylaws
Washington, DC (January 17, 2023) – The Board of Directors of the Sea Services Leadership Association (SSLA) has approved a new set of bylaws.
The new bylaws formally describe SSLA as a one-of-a-kind nonprofit organization, and open more opportunities to “Mentor, Inspire and Lead” women in uniform.
SSLA President Capt. Emily Bassett shared why the new bylaws are so important to SSLA’s mission.
“SSLA is always looking for ways to grow and to provide new and exciting opportunities for our members and our supporters,” said Bassett. “These bylaws do exactly that!
“Please read the new bylaws,” continued Bassett. “I hope they inspire you to join SSLA and, if you are interested in serving, to email any one of our staff members to volunteer.”
SSLA’s bylaws are available at https://www.sealeader.org/sea-services-leadership-association-bylaws/.
About The Sea Services Leadership Association (SSLA)
SSLA was established in 1978. It is currently the only non-profit organization in the United States dedicated to providing professional development through networking, education, and mentorship of women from all three maritime armed forces – the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. SSLA is a national non-profit and non-political organization and an officially recognized affinity group for the sea services, continually advising the services about issues affecting Navy, Marine Corps Coast Guard, NHS and NOAA personnel and their families. SSLA also maintains partnerships with the Navy’s Women’s Policy Office and the Coast Guard’s Gender Policy Advisors, as well as the United States Marine Corps’ Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management Branch and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Women’s Association (NOAAWA).