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Continental Chairperson – European position is OPEN

     Regional Chairperson  – OPEN for

  • Caribbean
  • Southern Europe
  • Northwest Europe
  • South Asia
  • East Asia
  • Oceania

    This position supports the Regional Events Directors and Regional Membership Directors as well as the National Chairpersons in your Region.

  • There are also up to 8 Regional Director roles for each Region
  • Director of Recruiting – Recruiting National Directors and City Chairpersons
  • Director of Onboarding – Onboarding National Directors and City Chairpersons
  • Director of Online Networking Events
  • Director of In-person Networking Events (primarily supporting National Event Directors and City Event Coordinators, but in the long run also organizing TIWN Retreats and conferences)
  • Director of Online events with expert facilitators
  • Director of In-person events with expert facilitators (primarily supporting National Event Directors and City Event Coordinators, but in the long run also organizing TIWN Retreats and conferences)
  • Director of Memberships – Recruiting (Regional level positions mostly deal with the Virtual and Premium level memberships, but also support the Local Membership Coordinators) 
  • Director of Memberships – Orientation (Regional level positions mostly deal with the Virtual and Premium level memberships, but also support the Local Membership Coordinators) 

The Continental and Regional Chairperson roles typically will require 15-20 hours per week
The Regional Director roles and the National Chairperson roles will typically require 10-15 hours per week. 
          National Chairperson – apply at
Most countries will also eventually have the following National Level positions
  •   The Regional/National Director positions will typically start at 5-10 hours a week, but expand to 10-15 hours a week before launch for that region.

 Each Nation will also have 1-2 National Chairpersons(Executive Directors)

At the State or City level we will also have a:
1-2 Membership Coordinators
1-2 Events Coordinators
1-2 Communications Directors (External+Internal)

City Chairperson


Larger countries will be divided into regions, again with each region eventually ending up with 8 regional directors and 1-2 regional chairpersons.

  • Recruiting State and City Chairpersons
  • Onboarding State and City Chairpersons
  • Online networking events
  • In-person networking events
  • Online events with expert facilitators
  • In-person events with expert facilitators
  • Recruiting members 
  • Membership orientation

The National Director roles comes with a 5-10 hour per week time commitment(Chairperson/Executive Director needs 10-15 hours per week) while it is a volunteer role, which would typically be from 6-12 months. 
The regional/State/City roles will typically be 3-5 hours a week until there are enough dues paying members to start paying those positions a stipend, after which the hours will also gradually increase. 

In some cases over time, these position could theoretically turn into full time positions, but in most cases additional Directors would be added.  
Please read the description of TIWN(The Impactful Women’s Network) below and if this sounds like something you would happily work for as a volunteer to bring into being your Nation, region/State, or City (with the possibility of payment being a bonus), then you are invited to apply by emailing or contacting the person who referred you to this page. 



The world is full of women’s empowerment network’s, why is there a need for a new one?

  • The Impactful Women’s Network will be a network of networks. We have no intention of trying to compete with local networks or reinvent the wheel. We simply want to give you access to any help or support you need which might be outside the scope of your current networks. See the full list of different offerings below
  • Our primary focus will be on helping you be more Impactful in your career and in your personal life as well as helping you own that Impact, communicate it clearly to others, and create your own definition of a successful life.
  • This network will bring together top experts from all over the world, helping them expand their reach, and learn from each other, AS WELL AS helping each member to acquire new skills and learn how to pass those skills on to others themselves. That’s right, we want to help every member of our network learn to start thinking like a coach/mentor/consultant. Training 1 million coaches would be an enormous undertaking, empowering 1 million members to spread these skills themselves, that’s much more practical and sustainable. 
  • We blend together the best practices of the for-profit and non-profit networking models, using grants and private donations to expand our reach, but also collecting membership fees to ensure our long term stability. 
  • Because we are launching under the umbrella of SotG Global, which has already established a truly worldwide network, we can fairly represent all regions of the world

In addition, our goal is to provide our members with Triple Value:

A) A global network of their peers and top experts, as well as a local and national community, with online and in-person:

-Personal and Professional Development offerings

-Networking Events

-Social Events

B) Access to free hours of Personal and Business Impact coaching/consulting as part of the standard membership fee & discounted rates for follow-up work

C) The knowledge that the profits from this network go to support a global NGO as well as its local affiliates; the profits don’t go to making the owners/investors rich.

Our Vision: A truly global network for women from all backgrounds who want to maximize their positive Impact on society and the planet. 


A global women's network with chapters in most major countries around the world.
Any profits from this network will be used to support our global non-profit and its national chapters.
We are currently in the process of building out the grassroots layers of the global network through local and regional experts and networks who share our core principles and who wish to help develop this network.

Our network will be based on philosophy,
methodology and combined marketing power.

Philosophy: We only want members who believe in the values of our NGO. Please visit our home page, to read more about our mission and core principles

Methodology: Because our focus is on Impact, we have positioned ourselves at a multi-disciplinary nexus, giving our members access to a unique combination of skill sets, i.e. the type of insight and ideas which you typically can’t get from just one source

Marketing power: Spirit of the Game is an NGO, a life philosophy, and a social movement, all of which bring a sense of purpose to the table which is lacking in many business models. 

Drawing on this sense of purpose and tapping the extensive connections of the SotG global Impact Network will be a key competitive advantage both in how we attract members and how we help our members maximize their positive Impact on the world.



Our network exists to fund our NGO work, rather than our NGO being a part of the company’s public relations arm. In addition, it is our intention to build up a network of national NGO chapters alongside the national networking franchises which will enhance the “think global, act local” element of our model.

We will have local shareholders, not just subcontractors. Again, the goal of this coaching network is not to make the founders rich, but to create a harmonious and symbiotic ecosystem which allows our members to make a positive Impact in multiple ways while still making a healthy living.

We are starting with an existing network which includes over 10,000 personal contacts across 145 countries, as well as high level NGO and government contacts, and our Impact Network is increasing in size and reach weekly.



This current version of the page contains our notes on either how we see that particular offering developing and/or how far along SotG is

  • Professional Development

    • Impact training 
        • Become an Impact Expert
        • Transition to an NGO
        • Part time Consultant
        • Start a business
    • Career support
        • Networking for enhanced opportunities 
        • Mentoring 
        • Peer advisory groups
        •  Experts Speakers series, online and in-person
    • Workplace training
        • Confidence 
        • Ally-ship 
        • Highlighting unpaid work
        • Countering Age-ism 
    • Entrepreneurial Support
      • Social Impact Platform / Creative Impact
      • Gaining new customers
      • Funding 
  • Personal Development

    • Life/Career planning
    • Mental Health 
    • Relationship balance 
    • Family Balance
    • Confidence training
  • Investing

    • ESG Stock market
    • ESG VC funds 
    • Microlending 
    • Crowdfunding 

There are several other elements which make our global Impactful Women’s Network unique:

 We will include certain elements of free coaching/consulting in the standard membership package

We will be continually adding to our list of certified business partners who will offer their services at a discount to our members.

A regular schedule of both online and in-person(Covid permitting) meetings, as well as a matchmaking structure to help our members interact with members in other cities/countries.

A special membership rate for students and a tiered pricing structure by country.

Regular polling of our community to determine which additional features or changes to our current systems are actually desired; i.e. no top down, arbitrary changes simply because it’s easier for our leadership team.


Can you imagine a world where 'How much can I get away with' was replaced with 'How much good can I eventually do?
Can you imagine a network who exists solely in order to help its members do more good?
Can you imagine a world where Personal Accountability was the true measure for success?