At The New York Women’s Foundation, we create an environment where our people can do meaningful work, develop strong connections, and build upon their professional development.
Reporting to the Manager, Events and Corporate Sponsorships, the person in this position plays an essential role in stewarding and growing a robust portfolio of corporate funders to support The Foundation’s development goals.
The Program Officer, Justice Initiatives, reports to the Director, Programs. They bring demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the issues, challenges, strategies, and approaches to advancing gender, racial, and economic justice for women and gender-expansive people, particularly in underinvested, marginalized communities in New York City and State, as well as an understanding of the national context and landscape. The Program Officer, Justice Initiatives, brings expertise with Criminal Justice reform, the Immigrant Rights movement and work that centers gender and racial justice. They will take the lead in expanding and developing new priorities for these grantmaking strategies as well as any thought leadership efforts that educate and mobilize a myriad of stakeholders around these issues. They will also work closely with the Programs team to collectively develop, plan and implement participatory grantmaking processes within all Foundation strategies.
The Manager, Strategic Learning reports to the Associate Director, Programs and demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the issues, challenges, strategies, and approaches to advancing gender, racial, and economic justice for women and gender expansive people, particularly in underinvested communities in New York City and beyond. The Manager will help the Foundation utilize trust-based philanthropy principles in evaluation, including the design and implementation of data collection systems that reflect these values.
Diversity and inclusion are long-standing core values at The Foundation. We value diﬀerences among individuals including but not limited to, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical ability, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, as well as beliefs and ways of thinking. We strive to create an inclusive work culture that ensures all individuals are heard, respected and supported to do their best work. We believe that working together, respecting and using our diﬀerences, can yield exponential results, strengthening our ability to achieve our mission of a just future for women, families and communities in New York City.
The New York Women’s Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. As such, The Foundation provides equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants without unlawful discrimination with respect to race, creed, color, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital status, sexual orientation, military status or veteran, political association, political/personal convictions, citizenship status or any other classiﬁcation protected by federal, state and local laws, in all employment decisions, including, but not limited to recruitment, hiring training, compensation, promotion, demotion, transfer, lay-oﬀ and termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.