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8th July 2024

Join the new Women On Tap CIC Advisory Board

Women On Tap CIC is looking to establish a new Advisory Board initially for a 6-month period, as they work through a reflection and review process and develop some new plans for the next 3 years.

They are keen to attract interest from both within and beyond the beer industry, from people with a range of business skills, networks and brand connections.

2024 is a bit of a ‘pause and review’ year for Women On Tap CIC. Since the social enterprise was founded in 2017, so much has changed. Securing finance to sustain the organisation on a year-by-year basis has become increasingly difficult. The new Dea Latis Gender Pint Gap: Revisited report presents evidence that things aren’t improving for women in the beer industry.

The organisation now plans to undergo a period of reflection, specifically looking at three key areas:

  • Establishing financial resilience to do more and forward plan with confidence

  • Developing impact frameworks

  • Maximise available resource to amplify its mission

The Advisory Board role is a voluntary position and all meetings will be held online.

This opportunity is open to all, and they encourage anyone who has an interest in what Women On Tap CIC does to put themselves forward.

In particular, the organisation has expressed an interest in those with the following:

  • Significant networks in the equality space

  • An influential role and expansive connections in the beer industry

  • Experience scaling social enterprises or non-profits

  • Connections to leading brands and/ or influencers in the UK

However, they are keen to make clear they aren’t ONLY looking for these things and being passionate about what they do is enough of a reason to submit an application. This opportunity could provide excellent experience to those who are interested in board positions and would like to see what it’s like before embarking on a full commitment.

Whilst they are mainly looking for people who can advise their reflection and planning process, they would additionally benefit from people who are in a position to be introducers and ambassadors for Women On Tap CIC in networks and circles and with brands where we can access new opportunities and projects.

The Advisory Board opportunity asks for a minimum 4 hours per month for a meeting and some follow-up support each month.

For full details and how to apply, visit


We are Women On Tap CIC – pioneers of initiatives that challenge stereotypes within the male-dominated beer industry by putting brilliant women in the spotlight through a programme of activism including events, campaigns, and arts commissions.

We collaborate with leading breweries, industry experts, and creatives to compile thought-provoking communications and experiences.

Established in 2017, Women On Tap is a registered trademark and certified social enterprise with one clear message: WOMEN BELONG IN BEER.

Contact: Rachel Auty

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