Time and talent

Women on Wings co-creates jobs for women in rural India by sharing expertise with and providing consultancy to Indian social entrepreneurs. Opportunities for growth of their organization are often within arm’s reach, but sometimes the entrepreneur lacks business knowledge to make the next step. Women on Wings’ experts bring in that knowledge.

Our experts form the ‘human capital’ that is invested through Women on Wings. They are professionals with a minimum of 15 years of work experience in areas like marketing, communication, HR, retail, logistics, organization and finance. They make their knowledge, skills and time available and contribute to realizing our goal: one million jobs for women in rural India. Experts work on a pro bono basis, on an average of ten to fifteen days per year, either in the Netherlands, in India, or both.

Become an expert

Do you believe in our approach and would you like to contribute to changing the lives of women in rural India, then come and join our network of experts. Contact us to know more.

Finance Expert

Finance Expert

Are you – or do you know – a Dutch Finance professional who loves to share knowledge and skills with social entrepreneurs in India to support them grow their businesses and by doing so to contribute to the co-creation of extra jobs for women in rural India? As a volunteer expert, you become part of… Continue Reading

We are hiring: Communication professional in the Netherlands

We are hiring: Communication professional in the Netherlands

To realize our ambitious plans for the future, Women on Wings aims to expand our international team with a Communication professional in the Netherlands. Main purpose of the job Realize professional and consistent communication to all stakeholders about Women on Wings’ work, results and challenges in an inspiring way and through a pragmatic approach. Bring… Continue Reading

“Through this partnership with Women on Wings, we want to enable more women to earn their own income that will give them greater financial means to improve their livelihoods. Economic independence for women means more children can go to school, more meals per day for their families and communities, and an overall better standard of living for them and future generations”

Ilan Vuddumalay
C&A Foundation