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These are the committees defined within LWV of Tacoma-Pierce County. Click the view members link or the committee name to see a list of committee members. If visible for a committee, click the More info to view additional information about the committee. If there are subcommittees, a list of subcommittees will be displayed. Click on the name of the subcommittee to view the members.
Communications Committee
The Communications Committee works to promote LWV-TPC events, maintain the website, post to social media, and maintain/build internal and external communications. Interested? Short and long term projects are always available. Most work is completed online and via Zoom with occasional in-person meetings. Volunteer opportunities available: * Write content for website and the Voter * Web page maintenance and development * Create graphics for our communications * Photography and photo editing * Gather/organize photos and graphics (including archives) * Respond to request for all-member notifications (getting the word out) * Work with other committees and the board to plan marketing of events via website and social media. For more information contact Theresa Power-Drutis at
Observer Corps
Do you want to find out what is going on in your local city or county government? Do you want to let others know? Do you want to use your writing skills? If so, join the LWVTPC Observer Corps! We need volunteers to report on their activities. This is how we ensure an informed community. This is how we hold our elected officials accountable. Being an Observer involves attending at least one public meeting a month and writing up a meeting summary. Plan on a minimum of 3-4 hours a month. We especially need observers for the City of Lakewood and the Clover Park School District. As an Observer you choose what meetings and issues to follow. You can attend in person or watch remotely. While you cannot participate in the government meetings, but you can inform others what issues are being discussed, what laws and policies are being implemented, and how your local government is spending taxpayer money. It is a great way to learn about local government to prepare yourself and others to be better advocates to promote League positions. If you are interested, please contact Lydia Zepeda at We can set up a time to chat about your interests and set up training.