Executive Director Job Announcement

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The mission of the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health is to ensure the fundamental human right to reproductive health and justice for Latinas, their families and communities.

[Employment Opportunity]

 
Executive Director Job Announcement
 
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health New York, NY
 
The mission of the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health is to ensure the fundamental human right to reproductive health and justice for Latinas, their families and communities. Utilizing a multi-pronged approach, NLIRH conducts public policy analysis and advocacy, Latina leadership development training, community mobilization campaign, as well as research and public education to advance reproductive health and justice.

The Executive Director Search: The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH), the leading Latina
reproductive justice organization in the United States seeks a dynamic and versatile Executive Director. Under the leadership of the outgoing Executive Director, Silvia Henriquez, NLIRH has developed a sophisticated reproductive justice policy agenda, organized and mobilized thousands of Latinas and expanded organizational capacity and resources to better amplify the voices of Latinas throughout the nation.

The NLIRH Executive Director position calls for an extraordinary leader with exceptional skills in the areas of public policy advocacy, community organizing, strategic communications, management and fundraising. We are seeking applicants with
a demonstrated commitment and passion for NLIRH’s mission and a track record of effective leadership and collaboration.
 
The NLIRH Executive Director reports to an active and engaged ten member Board of Directors, oversees a talented staff of eleven and a $1.4 million annual operating budget. The Executive Director will be responsible for broadening the organization’s visibility and influence, increasing and diversifying its revenues, expanding its constituent base and policy advocacy work, and deepening its role as a principled coalition builder among social justice activists across gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and class differences.
 
C. Nicole Mason, Phd. Research Assistant Professor and Executive Director Women of Color Policy Network, NYU Wagner  295 Lafayette Street 3rd Floor,  New York, NY 10012. 212.992.9881 nicole.mason@nyu.edu

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