Casa de Esperanza
Position: Director of Public Policy
Location: Washington, DC
Casa de Esperanza mobilizes Latinas and Latin@ communities to end gender-based violence. Our core programs span the continuum of intervention and prevention recognizing that the lived realities and dreams of Latina women and girls and Latin@ families requires both. We are also home to the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities (NLN), which provides training and technical assistance across the country; leads public policy initiatives; and conducts community-based participatory research on the intersections of domestic violence and Latin@ identity.
Location: Washington, DC
The Racial Equity Policy Associate will support Congress Watch’s access to justice policy team, working primarily on issues at the intersection of the civil justice system, consumer protection, and racial equity. This new position can make a big impact on ensuring that Public Citizen is centering racial equity into our work and, when necessary, directing the organization into new areas of advocacy.
Position: Director of Survivor Initiatives
Location: DC, NY or Los Angeles
It is central to our mission and goals to center, support, and amplify survivor experiences and voices. Reporting to the Vice President for Advocacy and Survivor Initiatives, the Director will help lead the development and management of organizational strategic plans for how we respond to and support survivors. You will provide organization-wide support and expertise on the development of cross-departmental initiatives and on external relations with the survivor advocacy community. As we continue to innovate, expand our reach, and deepen our impact, you will lead development of new survivor-focused programs and efforts. TIME’S UP is not a direct service provider, but as our work generates inquiries and requests from survivors, you will oversee our direct response with survivors, including ongoing management and evaluation of our internal and external systems and communications.
Tahirih Justice Center
Positions: Chief of Policy and Communications, Chief of Programs, and Litigation Counsel
Location: Falls Church, VA
The Tahirih Justice Center is a national, non-profit organization that supports immigrant survivors, with a focus on women and girls, seeking safety and justice. Our holistic, interdisciplinary, trauma-informed model for service combines free legal and social services with bridge-building policy advocacy, and research-based training and education.
Roland Park Country School Employment Opportunities
Location: Baltimore, MD
The Safe Sisters Circle
Position: DV/Family Law Staff Attorney
Location: Washington DC
The Safe Sisters Circle is currently seeking survivor centered and culturally competent applicants for a Domestic Violence/Family Law Staff Attorney position with our organization. The Staff Attorney will work to support The Safe Sisters Circle’s mission and provide exceptional legal services to Black women survivors. We are looking for a highly motivated, passionate and thoughtful individual who is committed to the work of advancing the legal interests of Black women survivors of intimate partner abuse and sexual assault. To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter (including a clear statement of why you are interested in this position) and writing sample to Alana Brown, Executive Director of The Safe Sisters Circle, at email@example.com.