Advancement Project’s California Office is seeking an accomplished Director of Communications who has at least 8-10 years of communications experience, ideally in an “in-house” leadership role within a social justice organization. The ability to transform data, research, maps, and policy recommendations into exciting and compelling messages, and the knowledge of how to disseminate it to the right audiences through the best distribution channels is critical.
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The program & government relations associate contributes to the overall activities of both the government relations and programming teams. Under the supervision of the manager, public policy & government relations, the program & government relations associate position supports the government relations and program teams by assisting with the implementation of high-quality programs for a diverse membership around the regions served by SCG, and provides administrative support to the manager, public policy & government relations.
March 30 - April 1, 2016
Funders for LGBTQ Issues
Under the direction of the vice president, operations & government relations, the manager, public policy & government relations will be responsible for developing, organizing and implementing efforts to create a well-connected network of grantmakers and public officials in order to strengthen communities and advance the philanthropic goals of Southern California Grantmakers member organizations. We expect the manager will focus initially on public policy issues relating to veterans, child welfare, environment, homelessness, criminal justice and other topics that emerge.
SVP International is seeking a new CEO to lead the next phase of growth and innovation in the organization. The new CEO will be responsible for elevating the health, connectivity, and impact of the SVP network while broadening SVP’s influence in the wider field of philanthropy. Among other qualities, the ideal candidate will possess:
As one of a five-member Executive Team, the Vice President of Policy & Strategy will shape a new integrated Division with three departments (Public Policy & Government Affairs, Strategic Partnerships, and Communications & Marketing) to strengthen First 5 LA's profile and standing to inform and influence public policy, and ensure that the brand, external and internal communications, and social change marketing investments effectively advance Strategic Plan Outcomes. S/he ensures that policy, communications and organization-wide partnerships leverage limited resources and maximiz
As one of a five-member Executive Team, The Vice President of Programs has strategic and day-to-day accountability for all of First 5 LA’s programs. The VP of Programs leads the design and execution of a program portfolio aligned with First 5 LA’s Strategic Plan Outcomes, and contributes his/her deep knowledge of the grants and programs portfolio and program operations to the management of the organization. S/he ensures that the organization aligns and coordinates with partner organizations to advance First 5 LA’s Outcomes, execute its Investment Strategies and maximize collective impact.
The Senior Director of Administration manages three departments overseeing the internal administrative areas of contract compliance, finance, information technology, facilities and records management. Playing a key role in the successful implementation of First 5 LA’s Strategic Plan, Outcomes and Investment Strategies, s/he drives all business process improvements, and ensures that operational and administrative issues and their potential impact on program management and the development of initiatives, grants or programs are fully considered by the Executive Team.
As one of a five-member Executive Team, the Vice President of Integration & Learning will develop a new Division with two departments (Integration & Learning, and an Evaluation Center of Excellence) to lead First 5 LA's ongoing transformation to a more intentional organizational culture of continuous learning and improvement.
Recap of In Focus: Health Care – Regional Community Clinics Update (August 5, 2015)
This report is the third in a series of reports entitled Out in the South. This third report, Part Three: Opportunities for Funding LGBT Communities in the U.S. South, provides contextual information that highlights the intersections between critical funding priorities and the lived experience of LGBT Southerners.
Despite some signs of recovery, California nonprofits continue to face post–Great Recession challenges. Though decreased revenues may reflect broad trends facing the nonprofit sector, many challenges are rooted in nonprofit–government contract and grant administration processes.