The Program Manager of Policy and Advocacy will lead health equity policy activities for the Foundation, including but not limited to monitoring, researching, and developing recommendations for strategic support of advocacy efforts aligned to the Foundation’s mission and values. This role is responsive to and visible in the community and supports individual, organizational, and community leadership of grantee partners in ways that build movement and power towards greater health equity in our region.
Note: We have discontinued using the “Officer” title as an intentional way of recognizing potential triggers of harm to provide transformational support of our grantee partners towards health equity and justice. We believe that achieving health equity in our region requires us to examine our own philanthropic practices, their systemic impact on BILPOC communities in our region, and pivot to better align with effective racial/health justice practices.
The Health Equity Fellow will support the Program team in scaling effective community-centered philanthropic practices that advance health and racial equity in our region. In this three-year fellowship, the Fellow will gain experience and insight into institutional and place-based philanthropy, cross-sector collaboration, community organizing and development systems, policy and advocacy, and strategies to incorporate equity firmly in community, nonprofit services, and programs.
The Digital Communications Associate will be responsible for the execution of digital communications, including the creation and upkeep of digital content across the Foundation’s platforms that amplify the critical work of grantee partners, strategic initiatives, and hyper-local community issues.