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Job Description: This position is one of high collaboration and visibility for the organization. It is an exciting opportunity to really move things forward with and make an impact with environmental justice.
Job Description: The communication associate is responsible for helping to develop and implement the communication priorities and platforms of the c3 and c4 affiliates. Other responsibilities include communicating with policymakers, key stakeholders, funders, media and the community about the organization’s priorities.
Job Description: The Policy Analyst is responsible for helping to develop and implement the priorities and platform of the c3 and c4 affiliates. In addition, communicating with policymakers, key stakeholders, media, and the community about policy priorities.
Job Description: Black Women for Wellness has a current opening for a Program Coordinator to assist in the program management of the Get Smart Before You Get Sexy program where relationships within the Reproductive Justice community in Los Angeles, California is developed related to reproductive health, sexually transmitted infections, and mental health.
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About Black Women for Wellness
Organized by 6 women in 1997, Black Women for Wellness (BWW) is on a mission to enhance the health and well-being of Black Women and their families through education, empowerment and civic engagement (advocacy). We are a multi-generational, member-centered, volunteer-driven organization utilizing civic engagement, community education, policy and media outreach to address the health inequities of African American women and their children.
Black Women for Wellness has touched the lives of over millions of women (and our families) with health information, education and legislation. Our strategies include: (1) Increasing communication, networking and information sharing among community members; (2) Developing and implementing programs and health education materials that are culturally and gender attuned to the lifestyles and needs of South Los Angeles Black women and families; (3) Supporting and empowering women to take leadership roles and positions that advocate for and drive resources; (4) Research and validation of effective prevention strategies and tools while documenting new trends that impact health and well-being; (4) Being an active listening voice concerning the health status of Black women and their families.
“We're an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.”