Tuesday, June 19, 2007
June Topic: The role of the birth partner: doula? partner? relative?
friend? What is your winning team?
Date: Wednesday, June 27th, 6:30-8:30PM
Meeting location: 859 Broadway, Apt 3 (cross Street 17th Street, off Union Square)
Guest speakers: Risa L Klein, CNM, Stephanie Watson-Campbell, birth & postpartum doula, and 3 mothers who will talk about their individual choice and experience.
If you know anyone else who might be interested, please pass on the word!
To print our flyer you may download it here.
Thursday, June 14, 2007
Reports to the Executive Director of the Center for Applied Psychology.
Propels Answer (formerly the Network for Family Life Education) to brand/market leader in sexuality education nationally.
Develops and oversees the organization's strategic vision, overall fund development, marketing and communication strategies, relationship, cultivation, management, and administrative functions.
Develops and implements the strategic plan with Answer's national advisory board, and expands the success of the organization's initiatives.
Develops, solicits, and stewards a diverse funding base that includes foundations, government, and individual donors, as well as earned income, and serves as Answer's principle organizational spokesperson.
Directs and manages programmatic, evaluation, marketing/communications, financial, and administrative operations and processes.
Requires a master's degree in a relevant field of education, social science, health services, or science, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience that demonstrates comprehensive knowledge and understanding of issues pertinent to child/adolescent development, behavior, sexuality, health, psychology, and/or education; and of marketing/communications, including current technologies; plus three years experience managing and growing the substantive, financial, business, and administrative aspects of programs that include success in securing substantial support, demonstrated diplomatic negotiating, consensus building, collaboration, the use of successful marketing strategies and tools, development of creative and innovative programs and strategies, and staff supervision.
Also requires excellent communication skills for complex and sensitive subject matter; experience articulating values, information, and compelling cases to multiple audiences, one-on-one through interviews, and through formal proposals and/or presentations; and the ability to think strategically and provide direction to staff.
Candidate must also understand the role of individuals, corporations, foundations, and government in contemporary philanthropy; handle complex organizational detail; and be computer literate. Candidate must have proven ability to interact effectively with various audiences, including media, teens, teachers and other youth-serving professionals, foundations, individual donors, parents, and policy makers and have an excellent track record in building and maintaining a strong team and positive work environment, modeling effective leadership, and promoting open communication.
Apply by July 9 online only at http://uhr.rutgers.edu/jobposti
Saturday, June 9, 2007
SIECUS, the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the US, a leading voice in promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights with a specific focus on sexuality education, is seeking an International Public Policy Associate. The position involves monitoring, analyzing, and working to counter policies and efforts that impact sexuality education, HIV prevention and similar issues internationally. Position requires ability to work with limited supervision as well as strong public speaking and writing skills. International experience and political acumen are necessary. Spanish speaker a plus. The position is part of a dynamic team in our Washington, DC Public Policy Office. Some travel is required. To view the full job description, click here.