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Ensuring access to abortion in Wisconsin since 1972
WMF Wisconsin (WMF) is seeking a highly-skilled, strategic leader to become our first executive director, based anywhere in Wisconsin.
Since our founding in 1972, we have operated as a low-infrastructure, all-volunteer organization. WMF is now at an important turning point as an organization, leveling up our strategies to fund abortion, to organize for reproductive autonomy, and to grow the infrastructure and capacity we need to ensure that our work is sustainable and grounded in our values. In 2022 WMF granted over $500,000 to support over 1,500 people with their abortion costs, with a total operating budget of $603,000. WMF is led by eight volunteer board members, and the executive director will be our first staff person.
We are seeking a visionary strategic thinker whose experience and leadership stance can inform WMF’s next chapter in funding abortion and engaging our supporters toward political and cultural change in values-driven ways. The ideal candidate is an unapologetic champion of abortion and access, a compelling and engaging communicator with excellent relational skills, a strong facilitator and consensus builder, and a leader well-versed in change management while navigating uncertainty. They have a demonstrated commitment to racial, economic, and reproductive justice.
WMF’s executive director will have strategic and operational responsibility for leading WMF in an evolving post-Roe reality where abortion is banned in Wisconsin, including building and stewarding WMF’s infrastructure, capacity, and culture. This position reports directly to the WMF Board of Directors.
This is a full-time, salaried position with an annual salary range of $75,000 – $90,000, commensurate with experience.
As a new employer, WMF plans to offer a generous benefits package, including:
- a health reimbursement plan with sufficient funding to meet your
- healthcare needs, including the possibility for family coverage
- a stipend for remote work
- reimbursement for work-related travel costs
- 3 weeks paid vacation, 13 paid holidays, and generous sick time
- 14 weeks of 100% paid parental leave
- a 36-hour work week
- the opportunity to contribute to a retirement savings account with a 3% employer match
- a strong commitment to professional development
This employee will be actively supported by a highly engaged volunteer board and robust professional resources, relationships, and training opportunities with the National Network of Abortion Funds.
For full description and how to apply: https://wiabortionfund.org/job-opportunities/
To apply for this job please visit wiabortionfund.org.